Dr. Geballe is a Professor in the Department of Medicine, who specializes in treating infectious diseases
I aim to provide the best up-to-date practical, based on my experience and knowledge, the will be most helpful to the patients. I believe it is important to communicate as clearly as possible what we know and don’t know about the patient’s illness in order to help him or her make an informed decision regarding diagnostic and treatment options.
Professor of Medicine and Microbiology, University of Washington School of Medicine
Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
Clinical Research and Human Biology Divisions, Member
- Bachelor of Arts: Stanford University
- Medical Degree: Duke University
- Residency: University of Chicago
- Fellowship: University of California, San Francisco
- Other notable training: Molecular Virology Fellowship, Stanford
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I have consulted on the infectious complications of FHCRC and SCCA patients for the past 24 years. My area of interest is virology, especially herpesvirology.
Dr. Adam Geballe became interested in human biology during high school. "And my interest only grew during college," he says.
He decided to care for cancer patients after he moved to Seattle and joined Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center. "I was happy to focus my clinical activities on cancer care patients."
His research involves molecular virology research, particularly on cytomegalovirus.
"I hope and expect that cancer treatment will vastly improve in my lifetime, with increasing knowledge of vulnerabilities of cancer cells and the ability to design specific chemical and biological agents the exploit these weaknesses," he says.
Outside of work, Dr. Geballe enjoys playing tennis, gardening, reading and traveling.