- Diplomate, American Board of Internal Medicine
- Diplomate, American Board of Medical Oncology
Dr. Jai Joshi is an experienced, board certified medical oncologist. Dr. Joshi received his medical degree and completed his internal medicine residence at the Christian Medical College in Ludhiana, India. He has trained at some of the best institutions in the United States: fellowship in hematology/oncology at the National Cancer Institute (NIH) and the University of Colorado Medical Center, then assistant professor of medicine and oncology at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine and at MD Anderson Cancer Center.
Dr. Joshi was awarded the prestigious RO1 Grant Award from the NCI, NIH to study infections in patients with acute leukemia. He has authored book chapters and Editorials and published extensively in peer-reviewed journals making an impact in the field of cancer He has awarded Excellence in Teaching Awards with Hopkins, including one from the Department of Medicine, the Johns Hopkins University/Sinai Hospital of Baltimore for enthusiastic support and dedication to resident education including the compilation of the “Joshi Handbooks in Medicine.”
He is the subject of biographical record in Who’s Who in Frontier Science and Technology, International Who’s Who of Contemporary Achievement and in Men of Achievement. His accomplishments appear in the International Biographical Center Register of Profiles of Personalities of America.
Since then, Dr. Joshi has helped initiate new cancer programs and academic oncology practices in various small towns and hospitals (Jasper, IN, Laredo and Eagle Pass, TX), with citywide hospital-based tumor boards and actively engaged in community seminars, and radio and television talk shows.
Dr. Joshi speaks several languages fluently, which include: English, Hindi, Punjabi
- Professional Memberships:
- ASCO (American Society of Clinical Oncology)
- University of Maryland Medical Society
- University of Colorado Medical School Alumni
Patient Care Philosophy:
"Dr. Joshi's patient philosophy is that interactions between a good doctor and his patients will always bring forth the physician's humanity in amazing light."