Robert M. Cardinale, M.D.
Over the course of his career, Dr. Cardinale has made vital contributions in the field of stereotactic radiation therapy. It all started with his undergraduate studies at Rutgers University, where he graduated magna cum laudeas an electrical engineering major. He then completed his medical degree at the University of Maryland School of Medicine before his residency, chief residency and fellowship in radiation oncology at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine.
In addition to serving in several academic positions, Dr. Cardinale has established himself as an expert in radiation oncology. He has contributed research to numerous publicationsand authored a multitude of important articles and book chapters over the years. Dr. Cardinale has also been invited to present his work at over 50 scientific conferences across the United States and around the world.
Dr. Cardinale’s efforts and contributions have not gone unnoticed. His peers made that well known when they selected him as one of New Jersey’s “Top Doctors” and named him among the “Best Doctors in America.” In addition, Dr. Cardinale has received numerous academic awards, as well as United States Patents for novel cancer treatments.