is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Internal
at UT Southwestern Medical Center. She specializes in breast cancer.
Dr. Reddy holds an undergraduate degree from Harvard
University. She earned her medical degree at the David Geffen School of
Medicine at University of California, Los Angeles and completed a residency in internal
medicine as well as a Master of Science in clinical investigation at
Northwestern University, where she was Chief Resident. She then received
advanced training in hematology-oncology through a fellowship at MD Anderson
Cancer Center and stayed on as faculty.
She joined the UT Southwestern faculty in 2019.
Dr. Reddy is a clinical trialist and translational
investigator with a research interest in improving outcomes of breast cancer
patients through immunotherapy. In addition, she is especially focused on
treating breast cancer patients who have the highest risk and special
circumstances, including those with metastatic disease, triple negative breast
cancer, inflammatory breast cancer, and pregnancy-associated breast cancer.
Dr. Reddy was selected as a Cancer Prevention and Research
Institute of Texas Recruitment Award recipient and was named a Disease-Oriented
Clinical Scholar, supporting her breast cancer research efforts.