Ranjit Goudar, MD

Dr. Ranjit Goudar received a degree in chemistry as a Jefferson Scholar at the University of Virginia. He spent ten years at Duke University, where he earned his medical degree and received a Howard Hughes Medical Institute research fellowship. He also completed his residency in internal medicine and fellowship in hematology/oncology at Duke. He is a graduate of the City of Hope’s Intensive Course in Cancer Risk Assessment. 

Dr. Goudar’s clinical practice at Virginia Oncology Associates focuses on the care of patients at high risk of cancer due to family history or hereditary cancer syndromes. He is the director of the Hereditary Cancer Clinic at the Brock Cancer Center and the Division Chief of Hematology and Oncology at Eastern Virginia Medical School. 

He has presented to national audiences on topics including novel technologies and liability/patient protection in cancer risk assessment, and recently served as an author on the National Society of Genetic Counselors’ practice guideline on polygenic risk scores. 

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