Dr. Hatem Soliman is a medical oncologist specializing in breast cancer in The Center for Women’s Oncology at Moffitt Cancer Center. He treats women with all stages of breast cancer, from early disease to locally advanced, as well as metastatic breast cancers.
Dr. Soliman is a member of the Experimental Therapeutics Program at Moffitt and participates in research on novel drug discoveries. His interest in cancer research dates back to his undergraduate studies in genetics at the University of Georgia, where he won the prestigious Howard Hughes Summer Research Grant. While attending Medical College of Georgia, he was awarded a research fellowship grant and participated in a National Cancer Institute-sponsored study evaluating a new immune-stimulating vaccine for breast cancer. Dr. Soliman continues to study vaccine therapies during his research activities at Moffitt.
Dr. Soliman has a strong interest in community service and volunteers at the Red Crescent Clinic in Tampa, providing primary health care services to people who are indigent or underinsured. Dr. Soliman is fluent in Arabic.