Listed among the Top Doctors in Richmond magazine since 2008, Dr. Laurie Cuttino sees patients at Henrico Doctors’ Hospital and serves as an Associate Professor of Radiation Oncology at Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU), both in Richmond, Virginia. She has also appeared on the Best Doctors list in U.S. News and World Report since 2011 and earned acknowledgement as one of the Best Doctors in America since 2010. In addition, Virginia Living magazine recognized Dr. Laurie Cuttino among the Best Doctors in Virginia and Washington, D.C., in 2011. Known nationally as an expert in the field of partial breast irradiation, Dr. Cuttino currently chairs the Cancer Committee at Henrico Doctors’ Hospital.
After graduating summa cum laude with a B.S. in Chemical Engineering from Clemson University, Dr. Laurie Cuttino acted as a Process Engineer at AlliedSignal in Virginia, followed by a position as a Mechanical Design Engineer at Haskell in Florida. Returning to school to pursue her medical education, she received her M.D. and completed an internal medicine internship and a radiation oncology residency at VCU School of Medicine, earning Chief Resident status in the latter experience. Dr. Laurie Cuttino subsequently fulfilled two brachytherapy fellowships, at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in New York and at the Seattle Prostate Institute at the Swedish Medical Center in Seattle. Since 2007, she has held board certification from the American Board of Radiology.
Throughout her career, the Virginia-based radiation oncologist has spoken before numerous conferences and organizations, including the American Brachytherapy Society, the Annual Washington Adventist Hospital Breast Cancer Symposium, and many others. An accomplished researcher, Dr. Laurie Cuttino has written abstracts, contributed to book chapters, and authored or coauthored dozens of articles and editorial commentaries published in esteemed medical journals. Dr. Cuttino’s areas of special interest include accelerated partial breast irradiation, gynecologic brachytherapy, and Gamma Knife radiosurgery.