Dr. Gregory Biedermann is a radiation oncologist who has been at Ellis Fischel Cancer Center for the past three years. He sees adult and pediatric patients diagnosed with cancer. His areas of interest are head and neck cancers, brain cancers and stereotactic radiation. Dr. Biedermann performs the majority of brachytherapy, also called internal radiation therapy, that is available at Ellis Fischel.

Education & Training

Medical School

St. Louis University School of Medicine


Radiation Oncology

  • University of Virginia School of Medicine

Internal Medicine

  • Boston University Medical Center


American Board of Radiology/Radiation Oncology


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Academic Information

Director, Radiology Oncology Imaging

Research Profile

Dr. Biedermann’s primary research interests are head and neck cancer treatments and neuro-oncology. He wants to improve patient outcomes, and his biggest focus is on quality of life. He is involved in two cooperative clinical trials, one of them being a questionnaire about the quality of life regarding those who have feeding tubes.


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