I grew up in New Jersey and Vermont, before attending college at Columbia University. I completed medical school and residency at the University of Michigan before coming to the Pacific Northwest to be closer to family. My wife is an ecologist with a focus on environmental policy, and we are thrilled to explore our beautiful surroundings.
About my practice
I specialize in head and neck malignancies, stereotactic radiosurgery to the brain and spine, prostate cancer, and lymphoma. It is a privilege to serve cancer patients during what potentially can be a very challenging journey. Cancer can be an identity-changing illness for many patients, and it requires an extremely attentive clinical approach. I believe in helping my patients with the emotional challenges of such a life-altering diagnosis, as well as providing the technical expertise required to deliver the best possible treatment with a minimal amount of toxicity.
How I thrive
I love spending time with my family, who are the light of my life. We try to be outdoors as often as possible and enjoy an active lifestyle of hiking, jogging, and, when we can, kayaking.