Mitchel E. Gross

Mitchell E. Gross, M.D.

Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine, Research Director

Accepting New Patients

About Mitchell Gross, M.D.

Dr. Gross is an Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine at the Keck School of Medicine of USC and the Research Director of the Lawrence J. Ellison Institute of USC. His overall research interest focuses on applying modern techniques relating to the study of genes and proteins (genomics and proteomics) to the clinical problems faced in treating patients with prostate cancer. A particular interest relates to the androgen receptor and relating proteins and pathways as key driving forces behind the development and treatment of prostate cancer. As a medical oncologist, his clinical activities are focused on therapeutic clinical trials incorporating both molecularly targeted and conventional therapies to the care of patients with prostate cancer. He serves as primary investigator on many multi-center phase I and II clinical trials. Dr. Gross has earned degrees from the University of California, San Diego (BA), Baylor College of Medicine in Houston (MD), and the University of California, Los Angeles (PhD in Molecular Biology). He completed a residency in internal medicine and a fellowship in hematology and medical oncology at the UCLA Center for the Health Sciences.

Clinical Interests

Cancer Treatment
Personalized Medicine
Physical Sciences in Oncology
Molecular Biology of Cancer


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1990 Biochemistry/Cell Biology – University of California, San Diego, CA

Medical School
1994 Medicine – Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, TX

2003 University of California – Los Angeles, CA

1994-1997 Resident in Internal Medicine – UCLA School of Medicine, Los Angeles, CA

1997-2002 Fellow in Hematology/Oncology – UCLA School of Medicine, Los Angeles, CA