Elizabeth Diaz worked in pediatrics, family medicine and urgent care before coming to work at the Cancer Center in 2007. She has worked in medical oncology for the past 6 years, primarily treating patients with advanced malignancies in the sarcoma and neuro-oncology clinics. Diaz completed her undergraduate training at the University of Texas. In 2001, she graduated from the University of Texas Medical Branch with a bachelor's degree in physician assistant studies.
Sikaria, S., Heim-Hall, J., Diaz, E. H., Williams, R., Sankhala, K., Laabs, B. & Mita, M. Partial response of a rare malignant metastatic diffuse tenosynovial giant cell tumor with benign histologic features, treated with SCH 717-454, an insulin growth factor receptor inhibitor, in combination with everolimus, an MTOR inhibitor. Target Oncol. (2013) PMID: 23430345.