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Senter Named Administrative Director for Genitourinary Oncology Program

August 16, 2018
By: Jessica Hyland, Writer

Brian Senter, MBA, was recently named administrative director for Duke Cancer Institute’s Genitourinary (GU) Oncology Program. In his new role, Senter will provide overall administrative leadership for the program as well as provide financial and analytical support for all of the DCI programs.

“We are delighted to have Brian accept the role of administrative director for the GU Oncology Program,” said Laura Sample, MHA, assistant vice president, clinical programs, for Duke Cancer Institute. “Brian’s extensive experience in healthcare administration and finance at Duke will help to further advance our GU Oncology Program. He will alsoprovide financial and analytic support to the DCI from the health system perspective, which will be extremely valuable.”

In May 1995, Senter graduated from Campbell University’s accelerated business program, receiving both a Bachelor of Business Administration and a Master of Business Administration degree.

In 1998, Senter joined Duke University and worked in a variety of positions within Duke Hospital’s finance department. In 2006, he began serving as administrative director for Duke Emergency Medicine, a position he held until December 2015. In January 2016, Senter returned to Duke Hospital’s finance department as a financial management analyst overseeing oncology before accepting his new role with the GU Program.

“I’m honored to have joined Duke Cancer Institute and the Genitourinary Oncology Program,” said Senter. “For the last three years, I have supported Duke University Hospital’s oncology services through my position within the finance department. After meeting with some of the genitourinary faculty and hearing their ideas for expanding the program to further meet the needs of our community, I knew this was an excellent match for me. I look forward to supporting this program as we build the next generation of genitourinary cancer care.”

Senter assumed his role as administrative director on Aug. 20.