Alison Grann, MD, Chairwoman, joined the Department of Radiation Oncology
at Saint Barnabas Medical Center in February 2000. She came to Saint Barnabas
from Memorial Sloan- Kettering Cancer Center where she worked in the Department
of Radiation Oncology for five years. Dr. Grann completed her undergraduate
degree at George Washington University in Washington, DC, followed by
her medical degree at the George Washington University School of Medicine.
She completed residencies in internal medicine at Beth Israel Hospital
in Boston, MA, and in radiation oncology at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer
Center in New York, NY.
Having completed over 25 research projects, publications, conference proceedings,
abstracts, and book chapters, Dr. Grann is committed to research in the
field of radiation oncology. She takes a special interest in the treatment
and research of breast cancer, hyperthermia, brain tumors, prostate cancer
and lung cancers. Dr. Grann is board-certified in radiation oncology.
Dr. Grann is a member of the New York Metropolitan Breast Cancer Group,
American Society of Breast Disease and the American Society or Radiation
Oncology. She is the recipient of a number of awards and honors including
being recognized in Best Doctors in America, named as a Top Doc in NJ
Monthly and Inside Jersey magazines; and recipient of Saint Barnabas Medical
Center Excellence in Caring. She believes and is committed to maintaining
academic excellence in a caring environment for her patients.