Dr. Behyar Zoghi MD, PhD, FACP is triple board certified in Internal Medicine, Hematology and Medical Oncology and is an experienced cancer physician and Bone Marrow Transplant specialist. He practices Hematology/Bone Marrow Transplant at the Texas Transplant Institute at Methodist Hospital, a member of the Sarah Cannon Blood Cancer Network. Dr. Zoghi has been the recipient of multiple awards, including a patent for a novel therapy in breast cancer for which he received the Texas Society of Clinical Oncology Award, recognized nationally as a Fellow of the American College of Physicians (FACP), selected as one of the Texas Super Doctor Rising Stars (2018) and Texas Super Doctor (2019), Early Career Physician Leader of the Year Award (2019) by American College of Physician, Texas Chapter which is the most prestigious recognition of achievement given to one physician per year, also recipient of the Arrival Award: Beacon of Light (2019) recognizing the contribution of immigrants to the nation., and one of the Top 20 Impact Makers Honorees (2020). He is Assistant Professor of Medicine at UT Health Science Center at San Antonio and Chairman of Graduate Medical Education for Methodist Healthcare System. His interests include the most recent developments in cancer therapy including immunotherapy, targeted therapy, and CAR-T cell therapy. His holistic approach in cancer therapy was the subject of a cover page article in MD News magazine. He received his MD/PhD at Texas A&M College of Medicine, Residency at UT Southwestern Medical Center, and Fellowship at UT Health Science Center at San Antonio. In addition to medicine, he is very passionate about Law and Politics and has written many articles regarding human rights, freedom and what we stand for as Americans. He believes that as Americans, we do not merely strive to make a living, but we aspire to make a difference in the life of people here and around the world and Dr. Zoghi is passionate to do his part. He is involved in charitable works including free medical care and treatment for patients in need. He is a member of the advisory board for a cancer nonprofit organization named Hearts Need Art, a volunteer-based organization which incorporates bedside music, group art classes, corridor concerts and movement/meditation classes for cancer patients. He also participates in the World Affairs Council of San Antonio.
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