Jonathan A. Haas, M.D.

Jonathan A. Haas, M.D.

Jonathan Haas is the Chief of Radiation Oncology at Winthrop-University Hospital and Associate Professor of Radiation Oncology at SUNY-Stony Brook School of Medicine. Dr. Haas has been named a Castle Connolly New York Metropolitan Top Doctor as well as New York Newsday Top Doctor and was the youngest Radiation Oncologist to receive these awards. He is a regular contributing guest on WABC radio in New York and was the first Radiation Oncologist to complete Cyberknife training in the New York metropolitan area. He has published extensively on the use of CyberKnife for Lung, Prostate, Spine/CNS, and Gynecologic uses for CyberKnife. He has taught physicians in this country and abroad on clinical utilization of CyberKnife and his Department at Winthrop is the largest CyberKnife practice in the United States. His current research interest is the use of CyberKnife after lumpectomy for breast cancer and he has accrued and completed patients on an IRB approved protocol for this indication.

CyberKnife & Other Recent Developments in Breast Radiation Treatments

Radiation oncology has seen some impressive advances in treatment technology including robotic radiation delivery, accelerated radiation programs, and prone breast boards. In light of increasing advancements in the field, NYU Winthrop Hospital recently established a full Department of Radiation Oncology as opposed to a Division under the Department of Radiology. This separate department recognizes the [...]