Physician Profile

Angela S. Kueck, M.D.

Assistant Professor
Medical Director of Robotic Surgery
Office Locations:

Neag Comprehensive Cancer Center
UConn Health
263 Farmington Avenue
Farmington, CT 06030

Board Certifications:
  • Obstetrics and Gynecology
  • Gynecologic Oncology
Education and Training:
Undergraduate SchoolUniversity of Notre DameBiology
Medical SchoolGeorgetown UniversityMedicine
ResidencyGeorgetown University HospitalObstetrics and Gynecology
FellowshipUniversity of Michigan Medical CenterGynecologic Oncology
Hospital Affiliation:
  • John Dempsey Hospital
Honors and Awards:
Name of Award/HonorAwarding Organization
Best Overall Presentation, “Innovations in Education Symposium"UConn Medical School
American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists Leadership InstituteUniversity of North Carolina
Newton Medical Student Teaching AwardSt. Joseph Mercy Hospital
Donald F. Richardson Memorial Prize Paper Award American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecology
First place, Fellow Scientific Paper Presentation Annual Junior Fellow Research Day, Michigan Section ACOG
First place, Scientific Paper Presentation American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists
Top Abstract5th International Conference on Ovarian Cancer, M.D. Anderson
Award for Outstanding Resident in Gynecologic Oncology
Award for Outstanding Chief Resident in Gynecology
Award for Excellence in Medical Student Teaching, Department of Obstetrics and GynecologyGeorgetown University
Administrative Chief Resident Georgetown University
Galloway Fellowship in Gynecologic OncologyMemorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center
Tauber Surgical ScholarshipGeorgetown Medical School
Frank G. Standaert Award in the Department of Pharmacology Georgetown University
Honors Pre-Medical AcademyBaylor College of Medicine/Rice University
Howard Hughes Undergraduate Research ProgramNotre Dame
Clinical Interests:

Robotic and minimally invasive surgery, and medical education

Research Interests:

Understanding risk factors for uterine cancer, clinical trials for ovarian cancer and improving quality of life for cancer patients, and hormonal mechanisms in endometrial cancer

Selected Publications:

Peer Reviewed Publications

Resveratrol Inhibits Glucose Uptake and Ovarian Cancer Growth In Vivo. Kueck A. (2012).

Chemotherapy in pregnancy. Brewer, Molly; Kueck, Angela; Runowicz, Carolyn D. (2011). Clinical obstetrics and gynecology, 4, (54), 602-18.

Identifying alemtuzumab as an anti-myeloid cell antiangiogenic therapy for the treatment of ovarian cancer. Pulaski, Heather L; Spahlinger, Gregory; Silva, Ines A; McLean, Karen; Kueck, Angela S; Reynolds, R Kevin; Coukos, George; Conejo-Garcia, Jose R; Buckanovich, Ronald J. (2009). Journal of translational medicine, (7), 49.

Classification of Vulvar Intraepithelial Neoplasia. The Female Patient. Saunders, N., Kueck, A., Haefner, H. (2008). The Female Patient, (33),

Resveratrol inhibits glucose metabolism in human ovarian cancer cells. Kueck, Angela; Opipari, Anthony W; Griffith, Kent A; Tan, Lijun; Choi, Milheon; Huang, Jennifer; Wahl, Heather; Liu, J Rebecca. (2007). Gynecologic oncology, 3, (107), 450-7.