Dr. Diana P. English is a Gynecologic Oncologist at Stanford Hospital and Clinics. Dr. English received her medical school training at The University of the West Indies, Mona Campus, Jamaica where she graduated with honors. After graduating from medical school in 2005, she then worked as an intern followed by working as a medical officer in Jamaica for 2 years before starting residency in Obstetrics and Gynecology at University of Miami/Jackson Memorial Hospital in Florida. After completing residency, she began fellowship training in Gynecologic Oncology at Yale University in 2012. Following her fellowship, Dr. English joined the Gynecologic Oncology team at Stanford Hospital and Clinics.
Dr. English has shown herself to be a dedicated researcher and has several original research papers related to targeted therapeutic approaches to uterine serous cancer, health disparity research and research on novel treatment approaches to ovarian cancer. Her publications have been in several high impact journals.
She also has a strong interest in palliative medicine/supportive care for patients with chronic medical conditions and is pursuing a fellowship in palliative medicine. Dr. English has been involved in international service particularly medical mission trips to developing countries.
Her main interests include
•Cancer prevention strategies
•Health disparities in gynecologic oncology
Outside of work, Dr. English maintains an avid interest in playing and watching sport and reading poetry when the time allows.
Member, Stanford Cancer Institute