Dr. Gore on his inspiration for becoming a physician and his motivation to work with cancer patients:
“Initially, I wanted to be a scientist because I was interested in what made cells become cancerous. During my training, I made connections with a lot of my patients and soon learned that I would rather spend my day talking to them than studying their cells. I come to work hoping to find a patient who can beat the rogue cells.”
Length of Tenure with Alabama Oncology
Joined June, 1989
American Board of Internal Medicine, 1985
Medical Oncology Subspecialty Board, 1989
Hematology Subspecialty Board, 1990
Harvard University, Cambridge, MA
Duke University, Durham, N.C.
Resident – University of Alabama-Birmingham, Birmingham, Al.
Chief Resident – University of Alabama-Birmingham, Birmingham, Al.
Fellowship – University of Alabama – Birmingham, Birmingham, Al.
University of Alabama at Birmingham, Instructor Dept. of Medicine,
Division of Hematology – Oncology
University of Alabama at Birmingham, Comprehensive Cancer Center
Best Resident Award – University of Alabama at Birmingham
American College of Physicians
American Society of Clinical Oncology
American Medical Association
Medical Association of Alabama
Jefferson County Medical Society