Dr. Horia Vulpe MD, CM

I am a radiation oncologist specialized in the management of malignant and benign tumors with radiotherapy and radiosurgery. I believe that each patient deserves access to a knowledgeable team of experts, wherever in the world they may be.

Together, we are stronger in our fight against cancer.

About Me

My career has spanned leading institutions like the Princess Margaret Cancer Centre in Toronto and Columbia University in New York, where I developed and refined cancer treatment techniques. I currently practice with Kaiser Permanente Medical Group in California.

Beyond clinical practice, I am deeply committed to research, education, and improving cancer care through international collaborations.

2023-PRESENT

Radiation Oncologist — Department of Radiation Oncology, Kaiser Permanente, Dublin Cancer Center, California

2024-PRESENT

Visiting Senior Research Fellow — Institute of Cancer Policy, King’s College, London, UK

2022-PRESENT

Director of Cancer Care Program for Ukrainian Refugees — Blue Heron Foundation

2021-2023

Radiation Oncologist — Director of Quality and Patient Safety, The Queen’s Cancer Center, University of Hawaii, Honolulu

2018-2021

Radiation Oncologist — Assistant Professor of Radiation Oncology, Columbia University Irving Medical Center, New York

2017

Radiation Oncologist — Princess Margaret Cancer Centre, University of Toronto, Canada

2012-2017

Residency — Radiation Oncology, University of Toronto, Canada

2008-2012

MD, CM — McGill University Medical School, Montréal, Canada

2005-2008

BSc. Physiology — McGill University, Montréal, Canada

"Dr. Vulpe is the kindest compassionate doctor we have encountered throughout our ordeal. Not to mention his great skill. Beating all odds, dad is able to speak and eat again. Thank you, doc!"

Sarah

NEW YORK

Psychologist Oana Hetea with two Ukrainian cancer patients at Amethyst Radiotherapy in Cluj, Romania

Cancer Care Program for Ukrainian Refugees

At the onset of the war in Ukraine, I led a humanitarian cancer program with the Blue Heron Foundation that centered on Ukrainian refugees in Romania and Moldova. Through our efforts, we provided life-saving treatments to over 170 Ukrainian cancer patients in the region.

Awards & Contributions

My global initiatives in sub-Saharan Africa and Eastern Europe have been recognized by an ASCO Global Oncology Young Investigator Award and Robert Sheppard Award for Health Equity and Social Justice. I had the privilege to be recognized as an Alumn of the Year by McGill University Faculty of Medicine and the University of Toronto Department of Radiation Oncology.

I am passionated about teaching and mentoring the next generation of cancer specialists. In 2019, I was named "Educator of the Year" by the American Association of Residents in Radiation Oncology.

You can read more about my contribution to research on PubMed