Dr. Shuman’s career has spanned patient care, laboratory research, and teaching at the University of California Medical Center; one of the top 10 Hospitals in the U.S. He provides care for patients referred to UCSF for complex and challenging medical problems and has been listed among Top Doctors in America for several years.
Previously, Dr. Shuman was funded by the NIH and the NCI as a Principal Investigator for 30 years. He led several cancer grants, examples of which include interdisciplinary grants focused on Proteases in Cancer and a Prostate Cancer Specialized Program of Research Excellence (SPORE). He held several leadership positions at the UCSF Comprehensive Cancer Center including the first Associate Director for Research and Education, Associate Director for Program Development, as well as the Executive Steering Committee and leader of the Prostate Cancer Program. He also served as Chief of the Adult Hematology & Oncology Division.
Dr. Shuman has lectured extensively in China including PUMC Hospital, Peking University Cancer Center, Jiao Tung Medical School and Hospital, the Tianjin Cancer Center, and Medical Centers in Yangzhou, Taizhou, Hangzhou, Nanjing, and Xi’an. He is an Honorary Professor at Peking Union Medical College Hospital.
UCSF Emeritus Professor of Medicine
University of Pennsylvania
Hematology & Internal Medicine
Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia
Washington University Barnes Hospital