Dr. Graber is a neuro-oncologist who treats patients with primary and metastatic brain and spine tumors.
I believe in an integrated approach to patient care that brings together surgery, radiation, radiology, pathology and molecular testing and medication to try to achieve the patient's goals and encompasses the entire family.
Adult neuro-oncology, neurology
- Assistant Professor, Department of Neurology, University of Washington School of Medicine
- BS: Loyola University, Maryland
- MPH: Bloomberg School of Public Health, Johns Hopkins University
- MD: Baltimore School of Medicine, University of Maryland
- Internship: St. Luke's - Roosevelt Hospital Center, New York
- Residency: Neurology, New York University, New York
- Fellowship: Neuro-oncology, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, New York
- Director of Adult Neuro-oncology, Montefiore-Einstein Medical Center, Departments of Neurology and Medical Oncology, Bronx, NY
- Neuro-oncologist, Swedish Neuroscience Department of Neurology, Seattle, WA
- Board Certified in Adult Neurology, Neuro-oncology and Hospice and Palliative Medicine
Recent advances in imaging, molecular biology and immunology are on the cusp of making tremendous strides in improving survival and life for people with cancer and I wanted to be a part of achieving those goals. I enjoy being able to witness the advances in science to be combined with personal care to help people through illness.
I conduct translational and clinical research encompassing molecular biology, immunology and advanced imaging techniques to patients with primary and metastatic brain and spine tumors, as well as neurologic complications of cancer treatment, like neuropathy and paraneoplastic syndromes.
For the future of cancer care, I hope to first see improved diagnosis, treatment and survival, as well as improved quality of life at every stage of illness by reduing the symptomatic burdens of cancer and cancer treatment.
Outside of work, I enjoy traveling, hiking, reading and photography — all in the beautiful outdoors of the Pacific Northwest and beyond.