Thomas A. AloiaAssociate Professor | Houston, Texas
Thomas is a Hepatobiliary and Transplant Surgeon with American Board of Surgery Certification in General Surgery. Following General and Thoracic Surgery training at Duke University Medical Center, he participated in two fellowships including a surgical oncology fellowship at The University of Texas-M. D. Anderson Cancer Center and a hepatobiliary surgery and liver transplant fellowship at the Paul Brousse Hospital in Paris, France.
Through these two training opportunities, he was fortunate to gain an international experience in the fields of hepatobiliary surgery and liver transplantation. In particular, his year abroad in Paris highlighted the tremendous research and learning opportunities that are available in the international surgical community. He is currently an assistant professor of surgical oncology at MD Anderson Cancer Center where he focuses his clinical and academic energy on the management of primary and secondary hepatobiliary malignancies.