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Armine Smith

Armine Smith MD

Assistant Professor of Urology at Johns Hopkins University, Director of Johns Hopkins Urologic Oncology at Sibley Hospital, Baltimore, MD

Dr. Smith is an Assistant Professor of Urology at Johns Hopkins University and the Director of Johns Hopkins Urologic Oncology at Sibley Hospital. She also holds a position of Assistant Professor at George Washington University and clinical associate at the National Cancer Institute.

She earned her medical degree from the University of California in San Francisco, completed urologic residency at the Cleveland Clinic, and urologic oncology fellowship at the National Cancer Institute, where she focused on development of targeted therapies for bladder cancer.

Dr. Smith’s area of clinical expertise spans a wide area of urologic malignancies with particular interest in bladder cancer. She specializes in complex urinary diversions, including continent orthotopic neobladder and continent catheterizable pouch techniques. Her research focuses on elucidating risk factors for development and progression of bladder cancer and overcoming resistance to conventional therapy regimens, including development of personalized combination targeted therapies.