Gregory Biedermann, MD, is a radiation oncologist who has practiced in Columbia since 2009. He is an expert in treating head and neck cancer and brain tumors by using stereotactic radiosurgery, internal radiation therapy (brachytherapy) and theranostics. He sees both adults and pediatric patients.
Dr. Biedermann is passionate about improving quality of treatment and quality of life in cancer patients. He is the primary investigator for several research trials that are run through cooperative groups or partnering with industry and strives to bring novel therapies to patients who benefit from new forms of cancer treatment.
Outside of work, Dr. Biedermann enjoys running and traveling.
Education & Training
St. Louis University School of Medicine
- University of Virginia School of Medicine
- Boston University Medical Center
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Dr. Gregory Biedermann, MD, is a radiation oncologist trained in the specialized treatment of head and neck cancers and brain tumors through novel therapeutic approaches. He works closely with the Molecular Imaging and Theranostics Center (MITC) with the goals of developing novel and personalized imaging and radiopharmaceutical therapy to his patients.
- Improvements in quality of life and quality of treatment for patients
- Molecular imaging and theranostics
- Clinical research trials to improve cancer treatment
- Personalized imaging and radiopharmaceutical therapy
Areas of Expertise
- Stereotactic radiosurgery