published on January 29, 2016 - 10:59 PM
Written by The Business Journal Staff

U.S. Cancer Management Corp. recently announced the appointment of Victor Perry, M.D. as medical director of neurosurgical oncology at the Fresno Cancer Center. 


Perry’s new practice will be located at the center’s facility in northeast Fresno and feature both academic and clinical services. 

“I am very excited to collaborate with Dr. Li Liu and the outstanding team of professionals at the Fresno Cancer Center,” he said. “We will build a world-renowned neurosurgical oncology program right here in the very heart of the Central Valley.”

Perry earned his medical degree from Yale Medical School after completing a general surgery internship, neurosurgical residency and neuro-oncology fellowship at the John Hopkins Hospital. He is fellowship-trained in pediatric neurosurgery and previously served on the faculty at UC San Francisco as assistant professor and director of pediatric surgical epilepsy and the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill as associate professor and chief of pediatric neurosurgery. 

Perry is board certified in neurological surgery and was appointed chair of neurosurgery at Saint Agnes Medical Center in August 2014. 

“I am very excited to be welcoming Dr. Perry into a collaborative relationship with the Fresno Center,” said Li Liu, M.D., medical director of the Fresno Cancer Center. “Dr. Perry has a sterling international reputation in the medical community and will provide an unmatched level of clinical expertise in patient care. This will continue to help the Fresno Cancer Center in our mission to provide the highest level of patient care to the people of the Central Valley.”

According to a statement from the group, the medical team at the Fresno Cancer Center is primarily focused on radiation oncology and providing cutting-edge techniques like 3-dimensional conformal radiation therapy, intensity modulated radiotherapy, image guided radiotherapy and stereotactic body radiotherapy. 


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