Dr. Menon is an attending physician at the hematology and oncology clinic at Harborview Medical Center. He treats patients with a variety of blood disorders and cancer. He is also a senior fellow with the Vaccine and Infectious Disease Division of the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center. His research interests revolve around global health and access to health care. In this capacity, he works with colleagues at the Uganda Program on Cancer and Infectious Diseases in Kampala, Uganda and the Program in Global Oncology at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center.
He has completed fellowship training in hematology and medical oncology, is board certified in internal medicine and previously served as a medical officer with the Centers for Disease Control’s Center for Global Health where he worked on malaria and waterborne disease prevention efforts.
Patient Care Philosophy
I recognize that medical illness can result in physical, emotional and financial stress and try to assist my patients during this process. I feel especially fortunate to be able to play an active role in the care of my patients. I prioritize giving my patients the time they need and aim to be readily accessible while they are under my care. I hope to serve as a resource for my patients and their families providing the education and information they need.
Clinic research in hematology and medical oncology.
Malaria, malignant hematology, global health, health services research and implementation science.
|UW - Hematology-Oncology Fellowship Program||Fellowship||2014|
|Univ. of North Carolina at Chapel Hill||Master||1996|
|Univ. of North Carolina @ Chapel Hill||Medical education||2002|
|UW - Division of General Internal Medicine||Internship||2003|
|UW - Division of General Internal Medicine||Residency||2005|
|Centers for Disease Control & Prevention||Fellowship||2007|
|MD||Univ. of North Carolina @ Chapel Hill||2002|
|American Board of Internal Medicine||Medical Oncology||2014|