Allison Fromm is a Certified Nurse Practitioner specializing in Thoracic Cancer in the Radiation Oncology Department at Moffitt Cancer Center. She has worked at Moffitt for 12 years, previously as an ICU nurse and for the past 11 years as a nurse practitioner. Allison is a Florida native who completed her nurse practitioner training at the University of South Florida in Tampa, FL and her undergraduate training in nursing at the University of Florida in Gainesville, FL. She is board certified by the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners and licensed by the Florida Board of Nursing. Allison works closely with radiation oncologist, Dr. Thomas Dilling. Their primary clinical focus is the radiotherapeutic treatment of thoracic malignancies and together they combine their expertise to provide comprehensive care to their patients during their cancer journey. Allison is an active member of several committees at Moffitt and serves as the APP Supervisor in the Radiation Oncology Department. Her special interests include the use of stereotactic radiotherapy for treatment of early-stage lung cancers. Ms. Fromm plays an active role in training and mentoring of new radiation oncology advanced practice professionals and enjoys being part of the thoracic multidisciplinary team.
Education & Training
- Yuan Z, Fromm A, Ahmed KA, Grass GD, Yang GQ, Oliver DE, Dilling TJ, Antonia SJ, Perez BA. Radiotherapy Rescue of a Nivolumab-Refractory Immune Response in a Patient with PD-L1-Negative Metastatic Squamous Cell Carcinoma of the Lung. J Thorac Oncol. 2017 Sep.12(9):e135-e136. Pubmedid: 28502722.
- Seaman B, Brem S, Fromm A, Staller A, McCardle T, Jain S. Intracranial spread of Merkel cell carcinoma to the cerebellopontine angle. J Cutan Med Surg. 16(1):54-60. Pubmedid: 22417997.
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