Rahul is a Medical Director of Wilmot Cancer Institute at Webster, Director of Wilmot Cancer Institute Regional Infusion services, and, importantly, a clinician seeing a wide variety of solid and hematologic malignancies. His insight facilitates some of the most technologically advanced cancer treatments, sharing his developments with his patients in the community. He is a valued member of the University of Rochester Medicine-Strong Memorial Hospital, contributing his extensive knowledge of technology and professional oncology experience to the clinic.
Rahul is well-known in both the online sphere and the medical community, spearheading campaigns to both raise the bar and close the gap in oncology advancements. His valued perspective stems from great beginnings.
Dr. Gosain began his foray into medicine, gaining a Bachelor of Life Science from McMaster University in 2008, after achieving a Scholarship Honor Award from the institution. Upon graduation, he completed his doctoral studies in medicine at the University of Medicine and Health Sciences in St. Kitts, WI. He graduated with highest honors and then joined The Johns Hopkins University Sinai hospital for his Internal Medicine residency. He gained a keen interest in hematology, medical oncology, and technology and its impact in day-to-day patients’ life.
Before completing his residency with multiple awards (“Outstanding Intern of the year”, “Outstanding performance – Ambulatory Medicine” and “Outstanding Junior Resident of the year”, he also spent time focusing on Global Oncology while working in Uganda – Uganda Cancer Institute. He also started a tech venture: ‘Learn from Apps,’ bridging the gap between medicine-technology and efficient study tools along with Dr. Rohit Gosain.
Rahul Gosain completed his Oncology & Hematology Fellowship at the University of Louisville School of Medicine – James Graham Brown Cancer Center where he also served as a Chief Fellow. He was also awarded the “Best Fellow” award in 2018. As a Medical Director at the Guthrie Cancer Center, he has made his name in the community by serving and providing care for his patient in the rural settings.
He continues to impact the field while also expanding his reach on the medical technology front. He received his course certification for American Board of Artificial Intelligence in Medicine in 2021 and is currently pursuing Master of Business Administration in Healthcare from The Johns Hopkins University – Carey Business School.
Together with his brother Rohit, the Oncology Brothers offer the oncology community an innovative, thoughtful, and intriguing perspective.
Dr. Rahul is a Chief of Medical Oncology, making up one-half of the ‘Oncology Brothers.’ He is a valued member of the Guthrie Corning Cancer Center, contributing his extensive knowledge of technology