Keck Medicine of USC
Univeristy of Southern California
Keck Medicine of USC
Keck Medicine of USC
Keck Medicine of USC is the University of Southern California’s medical enterprise, one of only two university-owned academic medical centers in the Los Angeles area.

USC Breast Center

Meet Our Breast Care Team

The USC Breast Center’s cancer experts work hand in hand to provide individualized care based on the latest medical advances. Together, the team delivers coordinated, comprehensive care for people with all types and stages of breast cancer, as well as breast care for people with noncancerous breast conditions.

From surgeons, medical oncologists, radiation oncologists and radiologists to occupational and physical therapists, genetic counselors and psycho-oncologists, our multidisciplinary team treats the whole person and not just the cancer.

Our offerings

  • Breast cancer diagnosis
  • Breast cancer surgery
  • Genetic counseling
  • Medical oncology
  • Occupational therapy
  • Physical therapy
  • Plastic/reconstructive surgery
  • Psycho-oncology
  • Radiation oncology
  • Radiology

Our team

Occupational therapy


  • Jacob Comeaux, MS, LCGC
  • Julie Culver, MS, LCGC, CCRP
  • Josephine Kagey, MS, LCGC


  • Victoria Banerjee, RN, nurse navigator
  • Laurie Feinstein, RN, OCN, oncology clinic nurse

News and Stories

Meet Jason Ye, MD, Assistant Professor of Clinical Radiation Oncology

Dr. Ye is a radiation oncologist at USC Norris Comprehensive Cancer Center at Keck Medicine of USC. He specializes in a wide array of advanced radiation treatment techniques for people with lung, breast, brain and spine tumors. Here’s what you won’t find on his resume. He can’t wait to swim with manta rays in Kona.

Should You Get a 3-D Mammogram?

3-D mammography is the latest innovation in breast cancer screening technology, but how is it different from traditional 2-D screening? Here’s what you need to know. Mammograms have been a mainstay in breast cancer screening for a long time, and for good reason: Early detection can save lives. A mammogram, or X-ray image of the