Dr. Jordan Cloyd 

Surgical Oncologist
The Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer CenterJames Cancer Hospital and Solove Research Institute (OSUCCC – James)
Columbus, Ohio 43210

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MD Anderson Cancer Center

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I am a surgical oncologist at the OSUCCC - James who cares for patients with gastrointestinal, hepatopancreatobiliary, neuroendocrine, and peritoneal surface malignancies. I believe in a collaborative approach to patient care. Every patient deserves a multidisciplinary evaluation to consider the best individualized treatment plan for them. I strive to ensure patients are fully informed so that we can partner together to make shared treatment decisions.

Many of my patients present with advanced or metastatic disease and I use innovative approaches such as neoadjuvant therapy or intraperitoneal chemotherapy (also known as HIPEC) to achieve the best outcomes. When possible, I prioritize minimally invasive approaches in order to minimize postoperative pain and recovery time.

I consider research to be an important part of my work and I’ve been published in journals such as Cancer, JAMA Surgery, and the Journal of Clinical Oncology. Through studying patient outcomes and introducing clinical trials, I hope to help both my current patients as well as future ones. I also enjoy teaching and I currently serve as an assistant professor in Surgery at The Ohio State University.

I enjoy working with a highly experienced and specialized team of providers here at The James who are passionate about caring for patients with cancer. I am proud to work at one of the leading cancer centers in the country knowing that patients are receiving the best care possible.