Neesha A. Rodrigues, M.D.

Dr. Rodrigues is highly regarded as one of the most outstanding women in medicine, as confirmed by her Janet M. Glasgow Memorial Achievement award. Among a host of other honors and awards, she is also an active member of several professional societies, including the American Society of Clinical Oncology and the American Society for Radiation Oncology.

Earlier in her career, Dr. Rodrigues spent a significant amount of time in New England. She earned her undergraduate degree at Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts, where she graduated with magna cum laude honors. Dr. Rodrigues then obtained her medical credentials from the Yale University School of Medicine in New Haven, Connecticut.

Next, Dr. Rodrigues returned to Harvard – this time at the university’s Medical School. She participated in the Harvard Radiation Oncology Program to complete her residency in radiation oncology. She was even awarded the John Harvard Scholarship for her academic achievements, which reached the highest distinction.

Following her studies, Dr. Rodrigues gained significant experience with proton therapy during her time at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston. Over the years, she has also authored countless publications on radiation oncology. Today, she continues her work with a clinical interest in breast cancer.