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The UPMC Neuroendocrine Cancer Treatment Center is a multidisciplinary group of health professionals dedicated to education, research, and clinical excellence in the field of neuroendocrine cancer. We are focused on novel therapies, evolving research, and providing valuable resources to patients affected by this uncommon cancer.

We work with your referring physician to determine the best course of treatment for you. At the appropriate time, you will be referred back to your primary care physician for continued management. However, we will remain available to you 24 hours a day, seven days a week for post-treatment support and information.

  • Wallis Marsh, MD, MBA
    Director, UPMC Neuroendocrine Cancer
    Treatment Center
  • Judy Joyce, MD
    Nuclear Medicine
  • David A. Geller, MD
    Co-Director, UPMC Liver Cancer Center
  • Allan Tsung, MD
  • Linda King, MD
    Palliative Care
  • Jennifer Steel, PhD
    Clinical Psychologist
  • Roberta Gillespie, MPA, PA-C
    Physician Assistant
  • Jackie Barnes, RN, MSN
    Oncology Nurse
  • Ann Pitcarin, RN, BSN 
    Oncology Nurse
  • Diane Morton, RN, BA, CCRC
    Research Nurse
  • Amy Steel, RN, MSN
    Research Nurse
  • Susan Lamson, RN
    Research Nurse
  • Donielle Neal, BS
    Research Associate
  • Chalee Nasan
    Research Associate
  • Gina Goszinki
    Laboratory Technician

Contact Us

UPMC Neuroendocrine Cancer Treatment Center

UPMC Montefiore
3459 Fifth Ave.
Pittsburgh, PA 15213-2582

Schedule an appointment
at 412-692-2001 or request an appointment online.

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