The OHSU Knight Cancer Institute’s gynecologic cancer team is committed to giving you the most advanced care with a sensitive, personal approach. Our team includes gynecologic oncologists, who are specially trained in treating women’s reproductive cancers. We offer you:
- Expert detection of gynecologic cancers using the latest imaging, genetic tests and lab analysis.
- Extensive experience in minimally invasive surgical techniques, precise radiation therapy and the most effective targeted medications.
- Access to research breakthroughs and clinical trials.
- Comprehensive care, including complementary medicine and services to support your sexual health and fertility.
Amanda Bruegl, M.D., is a gynecologic oncologist, a doctor who is an expert in treating gynecologic cancers, including with surgery. Dr. Bruegl, as a member of the Oneida and Stockbridge-Munsee tribes. She researches cancer prevention and improving access to treatment in Native American and Native Alaskan communities. She completed her fellowship at University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center.
Koen De Geest, M.D., is a gynecologic oncologist and national-level researcher. His interests include tumor microenvironments, new therapies, personalized treatments, and psychological and social support. He completed his fellowship at Pennsylvania State University.
Melissa Moffitt, M.D., is a gynecologic oncologist with a research focus on using biomarkers to detect ovarian cancer earlier and on a type of uterine cancer called uterine carcinosarcoma. She completed her fellowship at Los Angeles County and the University of Southern California.
Elizabeth Munro, M.D., is a gynecologic oncologist who focuses on providing the most advanced surgical options. Her research interests include gynecologic cancer outcomes and how other conditions affect these cancers. She completed her fellowship at Massachusetts General Hospital.
Tanja Pejovic, M.D., Ph.D., is a gynecologic oncologist with a focus on new treatments and early detection of ovarian cancer. Her research interests include genetic predisposition and the molecular genetics of ovarian cancer. She completed her fellowship at Yale University School of Medicine.
Charles R. Thomas Jr., M.D., is a radiation oncologist, a doctor who treats cancer with radiation therapy. He is chairman of OHSU’s Department of Radiation Medicine. His research interests include translating scientific findings into treatments and studying how well cancer treatments work for patients. He completed his fellowship at Rush University.
Jerry Jaboin, M.D., Ph.D., is a radiation oncologist with a particular interest in gynecologic cancer, children with cancer and patients with brain tumors. He completed his education at Howard University College of Medicine, the National Cancer Institute and Vanderbilt University.
Lisa Egan, P.A.-C., cares for patients with gynecologic cancer throughout their diagnosis, treatment and survivorship, including in our Sexual Health in Women Impacted by Cancer Program. She helps women with sexual health issues through education, counseling and treatment plans. She completed her education at Midwestern University.