Lannis Hall, MD, MPH
Associate Professor of Clinical Radiation Oncology
Medical Director of Radiation Oncology, Siteman Cancer Center at Barnes-Jewish St. Peters Hospital
Clinical Trials Leader, Program to Eliminate Cancer Disparities
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- MD, Howard University (Washington, D.C.) (1992)
- Intern and Resident, Surgery, Howard University (Washington, D.C.) (1994)
- MPH, Saint Louis University (St. Louis, MO) (1995)
- Residency in Radiation Oncology: Washington University School of Medicine (St. Louis, MO) (1999)
- Radiation Oncology
- Cancer disparities
Dr. Lannis Hall is Director of Radiation Oncology, Siteman Cancer Center at Barnes-Jewish St. Peters Hospital and Associate Professor of Clinical Radiation Oncology at Washington University School of Medicine. Since 2006, Dr. Hall has been a member of the Siteman Cancer Center Program to Eliminate Cancer Disparities Leadership Committee and the Leader of the Clinical Trial Outreach Core. Dr. Hall has been a member of the Disparities Elimination Advisory Committee for Washington University since 2008 and a member of the Siteman Cancer Center Senior Leadership Clinical Research Subcommittee since 2010. She is the Chair of the Cancer Oncology Conference at Barnes-Jewish St Peters and Treasurer of the Medical Executive Committee.
She developed the clinical trials video and brochure used throughout the Siteman Cancer Center and featured on the Clinical Trials Web Page. She helped develop the Health Connections Radio Partnership with Gospel 1600 and 100.3 the Beat, delivering cancer awareness, screening/early detection, and clinical trials information for the Saint Louis Community. She is a founder of the Prostate Cancer Coalition; a group of health care providers, prostate cancer survivors, and community organizations dedicated to raising awareness about prostate cancer in high risk men. She also hosts the The Prostate Cancer Question and Answer Show, a podcast series broadcasted on Gospel 1600 and available on Spreaker, iHeart radio and iTunes. She has a special interest in prostate, breast, head and neck, and lower GI malignancies. She developed the first prostate brachytherapy program in St. Charles County in 2002 and has performed over 1100 brachytherapy procedures.