Richard Riedel,


Associate Professor of Medicine
Duke Cancer Institute
Durham, NC

Richard Riedel, MD, is an associate professor in the Division of Medical Oncology at Duke University Medical Center. Dr Riedel received his medical degree from Jefferson Medical College. His internal medicine residency, chief residency, and hematology-oncology fellowship training were performed at Duke University Medical Center. A practicing oncologist in Durham, NC, Riedel is an active participant in SARC (Sarcoma Alliance for Research through Collaboration) and a member of ASCO (American Society of Clinical Oncology) and CTOS (Connective Tissue Oncology Society).

Dr Riedel is the recipient of the Maria Garcia-Estrada Career Development Award in Sarcoma at Duke and has a clinical and research interest in using genomic strategies to identify novel therapeutic for patients with soft tissue and bone sarcoma. Dr Riedel graduated from Jefferson Medical College of Thomas Jefferson University in 2000 and has been in practice for 17 years. Dr Riedel also specializes in internal medicine. He currently practices at Duke University Healthcare Center and is affiliated with Duke Regional Hospital.