Jennifer Holter-Chakrabarty, MD is an associate professor of medicine in the section of hematology/oncology. She is also an adjunct associate professor of radiation oncology and holds the Inasmuch Foundation Chair in Cancer Screening, Education, and Outreach.
A lifelong Sooner, Jennifer received her Bachelor of Zoology with distinction from the University of Oklahoma. Dr. Holter attended medical school, residency, and fellowship at the University of Oklahoma. She is one of several active bone marrow transplant physicians at the Stephenson Cancer Center.
In education, she is a member of the Admission Board Committee, and will serve as chair for a three-year term starting in July 2014.
Her research interests include leukemia, transplantation, and imaging of marrow failure syndromes. In these endeavors, she has been funded locally and has collaborated with the National Cancer Institute to move her bench work to the bedside. She is currently the lead investigator at the Stephenson Cancer Center for a “Multi-Institutional Prospective Pilot Study of Lupron to Enhance Lymphocyte Immune Reconstitution following Allogeneic Transplantation in Post-pubertal Children and Adults with Molecular Imaging Evaluation.”
Dr. Holter strongly believes in training the next generation of medical and research professionals, guaranteeing excellence in oncology care for Oklahoma in the future.
Fellowship: OU College of Medicine, Oklahoma City, OK
Residency: OU College of Medicine, Oklahoma City, OK
Medical School: OU College of Medicine, Oklahoma City, OK
Imaging of marrow failure syndromes
Honors and Awards:
OU Medicine Award for Outstanding Patient Service, 2013-2015
Inasmuch Foundation Chair in Cancer Screening, Education, and Outreach, 2008-2016
American Federation for Medical Research
American Society of Blood and Marrow Transplantation
American Society of Cancer Research
American Society of Hematology
American Society of Oncology