Robert Goldsby, MD

Pediatric hematologist and oncologist

Dr. Robert E. Goldsby is a pediatric cancer specialist at UCSF Benioff Children's Hospital and director of the Survivors of Childhood Cancer Program, which provides care and long-term follow-up of patients who have survived a childhood cancer. One of his particular areas of interest is the treatment of young patients with high-risk sarcomas.

Goldsby earned a medical degree at the University of Vermont at Burlington, completed a pediatric internship and residency at Oakland Children's Hospital and a pediatric hematology and oncology fellowship at Primary Children's Medical Center at the University of Utah. He has earned numerous awards and grants including an American Cancer Society Grant and Hope Street Kids Grant. Goldsby is also a professor of clinical pediatrics at UCSF.

Academic Title

Professor

More about Robert Goldsby

Education

University of Vermont 1991

Residencies

Children's Hospital, Oakland 1994

Fellowships

University of Utah 1997

Selected Research and Publications

  1. Coccia PF, Pappo AS, Beaupin L, Borges VF, Borinstein SC, Chugh R, Dinner S, Folbrecht J, Frazier AL, Goldsby R, Gubin A, Hayashi R, Huang MS, Link MP, Livingston JA, Matloub Y, Millard F, Oeffinger KC, Puccetti D, Reed D, Robinson S, Rosenberg AR, Sanft T, Spraker-Perlman HL, von Mehren M, Wechsler DS, Whelan KF, Yeager N, Gurski LA, Shead DA. Adolescent and Young Adult Oncology, Version 2.2018, NCCN Clinical Practice Guidelines in Oncology. J Natl Compr Canc Netw. 2018 Jan; 16(1):66-97.
  2. Goldsby RE, Stratton KL, Raber S, Ablin A, Strong LC, Oeffinger K, Sklar CA, Armstrong GT, Robison LL, Bhatia S, Leisenring WM. Long-term sequelae in survivors of childhood leukemia with Down syndrome: A childhood cancer survivor study report. Cancer. 2018 Feb 01; 124(3):617-625.
  3. Balkin EM, Ort K, Goldsby R, Duvall J, Kim CD. Pocket Reference Card Improves Pediatric Resident Comfort in Caring for Children at End of Life. J Palliat Med. 2017 Apr; 20(4):409-414.

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