Associate Director of Translational Science at Ohio State Universiy Cancer Center
Research | Columbus, Ohio Area, US
Guido Marcucci, MD, is an attending physician specializing in acute leukemia treatment at the Ohio State University A. G. James Cancer Hospital. Dr. Guido Marcucci studied medicine at the Catholic University of the Sacred Heart in Rome, Italy, and has been practicing medicine in the United States since 1993.
Prior to his current clinical position at the A.G. James Cancer Hospital, Dr. Marcucci served as an attending physician in leukemia and lymphoma and bone marrow transplant services at the same institution. He also worked as an attending physician at the Bradford Regional Medical Center.
In addition to his clinical work, Dr. Marcucci is the Charles Austin Doan Chair of Medicine at the Ohio State University College of Medicine. His research in areas such as drug development and biomarkers used to determine patients’ risk of disease has been published over 260 times. As the associate director for translational research at the Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center, he developed a scoring system based on gene expression that can be used to guide patient treatment.