Stephen L. Davidson, MD, is a medical oncologist and hematologist as well as a partner, Co-Medical Director, and Medical Director of Clinical Research at the Montgomery Cancer Center.
He also serves as a Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine at the University of Alabama School of Medicine. For over 10 years, he has been the Hematology/Oncology Section Chief for the UAB teaching program in Montgomery, instructing internal medicine and family medicine residents as well as medical students.
A graduate of both Samford University and the University of Alabama School of Medicine, Dr. Davidson is certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine for Internal Medicine as well as Medical Oncology. He has conducted extensive research over the years, having been an investigator in over 30 published clinical trials in such areas as breast cancer prevention and treatment, advanced non-small cell lung cancer, follicular non-Hodgkin's lymphoma, prostate cancer, metastatic colon and rectal cancers, and chemotherapy-induced anemias.
Dr. Davidson strives to set an example of selfless community service as evidenced by his terms on over 13 different boards in the last 10 years in the Central Alabama area - including extensive involvement with the American Cancer Society, the Alabama Society of Clinical Oncology, the Cancer Wellness Foundation of Central Alabama, the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, the March of Dimes, the United Way, the Medicare Advisory Committee of Alabama, the PMD Advisory Committee of Blue Cross Blue Shield of Alabama, and the Alabama eHealth Advisory Board regarding rural health issues in our state.
Dr. Davidson's professional affiliations include the State of Alabama Medical Society, the Montgomery County Medical Society, the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO), the American Board of Internal Medicine (ABIM), the American Society of Hematology (ASH), among many others. Dr. Davidson is the immediate past president of the Alabama Society of Clinical Oncology and Alabama Cancer Congress as well as the American Cancer Society's Montgomery Leadership Board.
Dr. Davidson, his wife of 24 years, Suzanne, and children, Wyatt and Lela, attend the First United Methodist Church of Montgomery. When not active in Montgomery, Dr. Davidson and his family enjoy time together at Lake Martin and Rosemary Beach.
Donna W. Turner