Dr. Laurie Cuttino
Radiation Oncologist in Richmond, Virginia
Drawing on her many years of highly specialized research and experience, Dr. Laurie Cuttino is now considered a national expert in accelerated partial breast irradiation. Currently working as Associate Professor at the Virginia Commonwealth University in the Department of Radiation and Oncology, Dr. Laurie Cuttino treats patients in the Cancer Center at Henrico Doctors’ Hospital, and is highly regarded for her special interest and expertise in brachytherapy, breast cancer, gynecological malignancies, and gamma knife radiosurgery. She has lectured at Virginia Commonwealth University on intensity modulated radiotherapy and clinical radiation oncology.
Dr. Laurie Cuttino has received multiple awards and honors for her contributions to radiation oncology. She has appeared each year in the “Best Doctors in America” guide since 2010, and Virginia Living Magazine featured her in the “Best Doctors in Virginia and Washington D.C.” article, published in 2011. U.S. News and World Report, as well as Richmond Magazine, cite Dr. Cuttino as one of the best doctors in the region. For her contributions to scholarly research, Dr. Cuttino was awarded with the Resident Research Award from the Radiological Society of North America. Participating in national medical research groups and professional committees, she currently holds membership with the Radiation Oncology Committee of the Alliance for Clinical Trials in Oncology, and the Radiation Therapy Oncology Group.
A widely published author, Dr. Laurie Cuttino has researched, written, and co-written close to 30 articles, which have been published in well respected medical journals, including Brachytherapy; the International Journal of Radiation Oncology, Biology, and Physics; Breast Diseases: A Yearbook Quarterly; Expert Review of Anticancer Therapy; and the American Journal of Clinical Oncology. Additionally, Dr. Cuttino has co-authored several book chapters, drawing particularly on her specialized expertise in accelerated partial breast irradiation, radiotherapy for breast cancer, interstitial brachytherapy, and the management of benign and malignant breast diseases.