David G. Mutch, MD, FACOG

Washington University School of Medicine

Dr. David Mutch Headshot 2015Dr. Mutch is the Judith and Ira Gall Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology and the Director of Gynecologic Oncology at the Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, Missouri. He is a member of the Division of Gynecologic Oncology of the American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology, and serves as a reviewer for multiple medical journals related to women’s health and cancers of the female reproductive tract.

Dr. Mutch attended the Washington University School of Medicine, and did his residency training there as well. He underwent fellowship training at Duke University Medical Center before returning to Washington University in 1988. He is a recipient of the Washington University School of Medicine Distinguished Alumni Award and is a member of AOA.

Dr. Mutch has been the recipient of multiple research grants for studies from the American Cancer Society and the National Institutes of Health, among others. He is the Principal Investigator for NRG Oncology at Washington University. Dr. Mutch has authored or co-authored over 280 peer-reviewed publications as well as numerous book chapters on the treatment of cancers of the female reproductive tract. He is currently the PI of an endometrial SPORE (Special Project of Research Excellence) grant and serves as the clinical PI on project 3 which addresses the most efficient and cost effective way to evaluate individuals for inherited disease. He is the PI of the Integrated Translational Genoproteomics Center at Washington University under a U10 grant.

Dr. Mutch is a past president of the Society of Gynecologic Oncology and serves as a member of the FIGO gynecologic oncologic committee and is the co-Chair for the AJCC committee for gynecologic oncology. Dr Mutch has been on both the NCI Uterine Steering committee and the NCI Gynecologic Steering committee and has reviewed projects for both committees.

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