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Andrew J. Moore, MD

Facilities Southeast Cancer Center
Groups Accepting First Option
Status Active
Undergraduate school University of Missouri KC School of Medicine, 2006
BA
Medical school University of Missouri KC School of Medicine, 2007
MD
Fellowship Vanderbilt University Medical Center, 2013
Residency University of Missouri at Kansas City, 2010
Internal Medicine
Memberships
  • American Society of Clinical Oncology
  • American Society of Hematology
  • International Association for the Study of Lung Cancer
  • American College of Physicians: Missouri Chapter
  • Vanderbilt House Staff Alliance Alumni
  • National Lymphedema Network, Medical Advisory Council
  • Cape Girardeau County Area Medical Society: Board of Directors
Board certification American Board of Internal Medicine

Biography

Hematologist/oncologist Andrew Moore, M.D. delivers world-class cancer care. He enjoys getting to know his patients, building trust with them and providing reassurance during what is often a stressful time in their lives. When he's not seeing patients, he enjoys singing in his church's choir or hitting the golf course. In addition, he and his wife foster rescue pit bulls and are advocates for the Humane Society of Southeast Missouri. He's also an enthusiastic supporter of the Southeast Missouri State University Redhawks. Dr. Moore is certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine: Oncology; the American Board of Internal Medicine: Hematology; and the American Board of Internal Medicine: Internal Medicine.

Media

Achievements

  • American College of Physicians Clerkship Award Recipient in Internal Medicine from the UMKC SOM: 2006
  • Gold Humanism Honor Society Inductee: 2006
  • American College of Physicians David Bamberger Book Award Recipient: 2007
  • Alpha Omega Alpha Medical Honor Society Inductee: 2010
  • Dr. Arnold Arms Award for Outstanding Internal Medicine Resident: 2010
  • Senath-Hornersville Schools Distinguished Alumni Award: 2011
  • Completion of Certificate Program in Manuscript Writing, Vanderbilt University School of Medicine: 2011
  • Kenneth Hande, MD Most Outstanding Teacher Award: 2012
  • James and Carol O’Hare Chief Fellow Vanderbilt University: 2012
  • Vanderbilt Chief Resident Leadership Program Participant: 2013
  • Kenneth Hande, MD Most Outstanding Teacher Award: 2013

Publications & Research

  • Ridner, S.H., Deng, J. Murphy, B.A., Moore, A.J., & Dietrich, M.S. (2013). Lymphedema in patients with head and neck cancer (MASCC-0558). Supportive Care in Cancer,21(Suppl 1), S196.
  • Moore AJ. Zebra or Horse? Rare Presentation of a Common Disease.Vanderbilt University Division of Hematology Oncology Grand Rounds. April 10,2013
  • Moore AJ, Vu M, Strickland SA. Supportive Care in Hematologic Malignancy. Wintrobe’s Clinical Hematology 13th edition. (InPress)
  • Moore AJ, Murphy BA, Ridner SA. Acute Swelling in Patients with Head and Neck Cancer as Measured by Three Different Methods. (Oral Presentation) at the 7th Biannual National Lymphedema Network International Conference. Dallas, TX October 2012.
  • Moore AJ, Coyne T, Cardin D, Gilbert J. Morbidity, Mortality, and Improvement Conference Leading to Change. (Poster Presentation) at the 1st Annual American Society of Clinical Oncology Quality Symposium. San Diego, CA. November 2012.
  • Moore AJ, Bequette J. Prevalence of Documentation of End of Life Discussions between Primary Care Physicians and patients with Severe sCOPD. (Oral Presentation) Annual UMKC Internal Medicine Research Conference. May 2010.
  • Whitley M, Moore AJ, Beasley B. Linking G6PD Deficiency and Stuttering Priapism: What are we missing? (Poster Presentation) Missouri ACP Conference. September 2009.
  • Bhat M, Moore AJ, Moormeier J. Update on the Diagnosis and Management of DVT. Missouri Medicine. Jan-Feb;106(1):43-8.Quiz 48-9. Review.