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Meet Our New Physicians

At Texas Oncology, our people are the heartbeat of what we do and why we do it. With more than 525 physicians and counting, get to know our newest physicians and learn about what inspired them to specialize in cancer treatment as well as their interests outside of caring for our patients.

 
Image - Texas Breast Specialists-Denton Welcomes Ann A. Kurian

Texas Breast Specialists-Denton Welcomes Ann A. Kurian

Ann A. Kurian, M.D., shares what she wishes more people knew when it comes to breast health and breast cancer, as well as a surprising hidden talent she discovered in college.

Image - Introducing Noah S. Rozich to Texas Oncology Surgical Specialists-Webster Deke Slayton Cancer Center

Introducing Noah S. Rozich to Texas Oncology Surgical Specialists-Webster Deke Slayton Cancer Center

Noah S. Rozich, M.D., shares why he chose the field of surgical oncology and its most rewarding aspect, and how he enjoys spending his time outside of work.

Image - Welcome Antonio Nathan Villamor III to Texas Colon & Rectal Specialists-Pasadena and Pearland

Welcome Antonio Nathan Villamor III to Texas Colon & Rectal Specialists-Pasadena and Pearland

Antonio Nathan Villamor III, M.D., shares what inspired him to specialize in colon and rectal surgery, as well as the one thing he would like to tell prospective patients.

Image - Welcome Preethi Ramachandran to Texas Oncology-Round Rock North and Harker Heights

Welcome Preethi Ramachandran to Texas Oncology-Round Rock North and Harker Heights

Preethi Ramachandran, M.D., discusses how her training in the UK and the U.S. has made her a better and more versatile physician, as well as her most memorable volunteer experience.

Image - Introducing Palliative Medicine Physician Stephanie Yuko Terauchi to Texas Imaging and Infusion Center

Introducing Palliative Medicine Physician Stephanie Yuko Terauchi to Texas Imaging and Infusion Center

Stephanie Yuko Terauchi, M.D., FAAHPM, reflects on what drew her specialize in palliative medicine and the greatest lesson she’s learned in her career thus far.

Image - Introducing Jack Ogden to Texas Oncology—San Antonio Stone Oak

Introducing Jack Ogden to Texas Oncology—San Antonio Stone Oak

Jack Ogden, M.D., reflects on how his career has shaped who he is today, as well as what he takes into consideration when prescribing cancer treatments.

Image - Welcome Dr. Oluwatobi “Tobi” Afolayan to Texas Oncology Surgical Specialists–San Antonio Medical Center and Westover Hills

Welcome Dr. Oluwatobi “Tobi” Afolayan to Texas Oncology Surgical Specialists–San Antonio Medical Center and Westover Hills

Oluwatobi "Tobi" Afolayan, M.D., reflects on the most valuable lesson he’s learned in his medical education and the advice he would give to his 18-year-old self.

Image - Introducing Samuel Adam Geurkink to Texas Oncology–Keller

Introducing Samuel Adam Geurkink to Texas Oncology–Keller

Samuel Adam Geurkink, D.O. shares why he thinks the future of cancer will become increasingly personalized, as well as how an early interest in science led him to become a physician.

Image - Welcome Dr. John Crawford Hardaway to Texas Oncology Surgical Specialists–The Woodlands, Kingwood, and Willowbrook

Welcome Dr. John Crawford Hardaway to Texas Oncology Surgical Specialists–The Woodlands, Kingwood, and Willowbrook

John Crawford Hardaway, M.D., shares the mentors in his medical education who inspired him to become a surgical oncologist and how he learned the importance of faith and fortitude in working with cancer patients.