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Mazyar Shadman, M.D., M.P.H., is a physician at Seattle Cancer Care Alliance and a UW assistant professor of Oncology.
Dr. Shadman is a blood and marrow transplant expert who specializes in treating patients with blood disorders. He believes that every patient deserves highest quality of care which includes access to novel treatment options for their unique condition.
Dr. Shadman received his M.D. from Tehran University in Iran and his M.P.H. from UW. He was a fellow for National Cancer Institute’s research training program at Fred Hutch.
Dr. Shadman is involved in clinical trials using novel agents for treatment of blood cancers. He also studies the clinical outcomes of patients who have been treated. His goal is to identify specific characteristics that can help us understand the behavior of disease and to predict its responsiveness to different treatments.