Thomas Boike, MD



Radiation Oncology

About

Thomas P. Boike, MD, MMM served as the chief resident at the University of Texas Southwestern in Dallas, Texas. He has had academic appointments at the University of Texas Southwestern where he was Assistant Professor and more recently at Wayne State University as Adjunct Assistant Professor. Before joining the MHP Radiation Oncology Institute, Dr. Boike served as Network Medical Director for the Karmanos Cancer Institute across the state of Michigan, overseeing oncology quality. Dr. Boike completed a term on the executive committee for the Michigan Radiation Oncology Quality Consortium. He has helped further national quality efforts by serving on ASTRO’s APEx Committee and as a radiation oncology practice surveyor for APEx. He has also been active in enrollment to clinical trials and is a member of NCI Prostate Cancer Task Force. He has numerous publications focusing on prostate, breast and lung cancer.

Locations

MHP Radiation Oncology Institute
6770 Dixie Highway
Suite 106
Clarkston, Michigan 48346
248-625-0300
248-625-0363 Fax

MHP Radiation Oncology Institute
17435 Hall Road
Macomb, Michigan 48044
586-228-0299
586-228-5918 Fax

MHP Radiation Oncology Institute
70 Fulton Street
Pontiac, Michigan 48341
248-338-0300
248-338-0663 Fax

Education

University of Michigan
Bachelor of Science
Ann Arbor, MI
2001
Carnegie Mellon University - Heinz College
Masters of Medical Management (MMM)
Pittsburgh, PA
2017
Wayne State University School of Medicine
MD
Detroit, MI
2005
Internship
William Beaumont Hospital
Internal Medicine
Royal Oak, MI
2006
Residencies
University of Texas Southwestern Medical School
Dallas, TX
2010
Fellowship
The Advisory Board Company
Fellow of The Advisory Board Company (FABC)
Washington, DC
2015

Clinical Expertise and Interests

Clinical Interests
Dr. Boike is interested in Prostate, Breast, and Lung Cancer.

Awards and Honors

> ABS 2010 HDR Brachytherapy Fellowship Award> ASCO 2010 Genitourinary Cancer Symposium Merit Award Recipient> ASCO/AACR 2009 Vail Workshop on Methods in Clinical Cancer Research> ASTRO/RTOG June 2009 Meeting Travel Grant> RTOG/ACR 2009 Radiation Oncology
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