About Me

I was born and raised in Denver. After spending my undergraduate years in Vermont at Middlebury College, I returned to Denver for medical school at the University of Colorado School of Medicine. I then left the state again for training followed by a faculty position at the University of Michigan. While my family and I loved Ann Arbor, the allure of Colorado was too great and we ultimately transitioned back to Denver in 2015 when I took a position with Kaiser Permanente. I see patients at Good Samaritan Medical Center and Saint Joseph Hospital. I have authored more than 30 peer-reviewed publications and continue to actively participate on a national level in the American Society of Radiation Oncology in an effort to continuously improve patient care.

About my practice

I am here for you—to listen, to advocate for you, to formulate and coordinate a treatment plan based on your needs and goals, and to execute that plan. I have access to the latest state-of-the-art treatment equipment to provide you with the best outcome possible. I believe in open, two-way communication so you fully understand and agree upon your personal care plan. I work as a team with our specialists, pharmacists and others to coordinate your care.

How I thrive

I have three young girls who keep me quite busy outside of work. As a family, we love spending time outside, skiing, biking and swimming.