Dr. Morganna Freeman is a skin cancer specialist & Medical Director of Community & Affiliate Practice at City of Hope, an internationally recognized Comprehensive Cancer Center. In her care of patients with advanced cancer, she focuses on a personalized immune therapy approach, and has authored several articles & book chapters on this subject. In addition to her scientific interests, she is a devoted public health advocate with a special focus on preventing skin cancer in teens & young adults, and an honored recipient of the 2018 Melanoma Research Foundation Humanitarian Award.
She completed Internal Medicine training & Chief Residency at the University of Florida and Hematology/Oncology fellowship at H Lee Moffitt Cancer Center. A Fellow of the American College of Physicians, she is dual board-certified in Medical Oncology & Internal Medicine, and completed a formal health policy fellowship followed by a 3-year tenure with the ASCO Government Relations Committee.
A rising physician leader, Dr. Freeman contributes regularly as an invited speaker, serves on cancer advisory boards, and is a skilled health policy analyst. She currently serves on the ASCO Delegation to the American Medical Association and was most recently appointed as Editor of State of Cancer Care in America publications in the Journal of Oncology Practice.