Austin N. Angelidakis
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Austin N. Angelidakis cares for patients with genital or urinary organ cancers, including kidney, bladder, testicular and prostate cancers. He seeks to help patients understand all aspects of their care and to treat them holistically, using a shared decision-making approach.
Angelidakis contributes to research investigating new therapies for genitourinary cancers.
A native of the Bay Area, Angelidakis earned a bachelor's degree in biological sciences in Southern California, at the University of California, Irvine, then worked for several years at UCSF in health care administration and breast oncology research. He furthered his pre-health education through Johns Hopkins University before earning his bachelor's and master's degrees in nursing science from the University of Pennsylvania, where he specialized in adult oncology. He contributed to research in oncology genetics at Penn Medicine's Abramson Cancer Center.
University of Pennsylvania, MSN, 2021
American Nurses Credentialing Center, Adult-Gerontology Primary Care