My name is Nicholas Shuler. I was born and raised in Kansas City, Missouri. I received my BS in Biology and MA in Bioethics at Loyola Marymount University. I attended medical school at Kansas City University of Medicine & Biosciences. I completed my Internal Medicine residency training at Henry Ford – Macomb and my Hematology/Oncology fellowship training at Larkin Community Hospital.
Hobbies/Life Outside the Office
I enjoy hiking, camping, skiing, running, scuba diving, cooking, BBQ competitions and theatre.
I chose oncology as a career path because the science is absolutely fascinating with medical and technological advancements constantly changing the way cancer is able to be treated. It is a field in which patients let you in to an extremely intimate aspect of their life and allow you to help them navigate through this particularly vulnerable time. I cherish the opportunity to cultivate long-term, meaningful physician-patient relationships through their journey of cancer treatment and survivorship.
I am particularly interested in thoracic and gastrointestinal oncology.