Mohamed Abazeed, MD, PhD

Assistant Professor
Department of Medicine
School of Medicine
Member
Developmental Therapeutics Program
Case Comprehensive Cancer Center

Research Information

Research Interests

My research focuses on identifying the genomic abnormalities which give rise to therapeutic resistance in cancers and using this information to develop personalized therapeutic strategies in a new strategy of biologically-guided treatment. As a Radiation Oncologist with training in radiation sciences, genomics, and cellular and molecular biology I use my experiences in both patient care and basic science to try to develop a clinically relevant research program to study cancers and to translate laboratory discoveries into potential improvements in clinical care. The goal of my effort, through a highly integrative and collaborative research program, is to nominate therapeutic targets in cancer and to motivate an evolution in the use of therapy from a generic approach to one in which therapies are selected based on the molecular alterations identified in a patient’s tumor, thereby enhancing efficacy and limiting toxicity in the context of a new approach of precision therapy. We have recently developed a large body of data annotating the radiogenomic landscape of cancer and we are focused on studying recently discovered genomic alterations in order to better understand and therapeutically target cancers.

External Appointments

Department of Radiation Oncology
Cleveland Clinic

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