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Dane J. Dickson, MD

Dr. Dane Dickson grew up in Salt Lake City, Utah, the second of eight boys to parents who were both school teachers. Dr. Dickson felt a calling to oncology at a young age when he witnessed the impact and pain caused by the diagnosis of cancer in his family. Dr. Dickson studied at the University of Utah, where he graduated with honors, with a Bachelor of Arts in Chemistry and a minor in Mandarin Chinese. He also earned a Doctor of Medicine from the University of Utah. His extensive training includes:

Hematology/Oncology Fellow at the renowned Huntsman Cancer Institute in Salt Lake City, Utah; as Emergency Medicine Attending at the Washington University Department of Emergency Medicine and Residency at Washington University/Barnes-Jewish Hospital, both in St. Louis, Missouri.

Dr. Dane Dickson is board certified in Medical Oncology from the American Board of Internal Medicine. He is adjunct faculty at the Knight Cancer Institute at Oregon Health and Science University. He served as the Director of Clinical Science for the MolDX program at Palmetto GBA, a Medicare Carrier. He was CEO of a non-profit organization, CureOne, that was built to bring all groups together to advance oncology research in personalized medicine. He has served as President of the Idaho Society of Clinical Oncology, on various committees with the American Society of Clinical Oncology, and has been active in his community working as a Medical Director of Brio Hospice. He has lectured across the nation to multiple universities, state societies and has been asked to present on several occasions to the Food and Drug Administration.

Dr. Dickson and his wife, a Rexburg native, have three boys. He enjoys spending time with his family, learning and reading, and spending time outdoors hiking, backpacking, and biking.

“I have a great love for the people of Idaho and the heritage and faith of our community.”