Dr. Roman Perez Soler | New York, New York

Dr. Roman Perez Soler is a Mesothelioma Cancer Doctor at New York University Kaplan Cancer Center, located in New York, New York.

Mesothelioma Doctor Information

Dr. Roman Perez-Soler - New York, New York
Dr. Perez-Soler is the Associate Director of Clinical Oncology at New York University Kaplan Cancer Center in New York, NY. He specializes in medical oncology and is the principal investigator of the Phase II L-NDDP/Platar trial for pleural mesothelioma.

New York University School of Medicine
550 First Avenue
New York, New York 10016
Phone: (212) 263-8043
Website: www.med.nyu.edu  

Professor, Department of Medicine
Associate Director of Clinical Oncology
Member of the Executive Advisory Committee of the GCRC

Medical Education
1977-University of Autonoma, Barcelona, Spain

1978-1979-University of Autonoma, Barcelona, Spain

Residency Training
1979-1972-University of Autonoma, Barcelona, Spain

Clinical Fellowships
M.D. Anderson Cancer Center, Huston, TX (Medical Oncology) (1982-85)

Board Certifications
Internal Medicine 1989; Internal Medicine 1987; Medical Oncology 1989

Medical Interest
Medical Oncology

Source: New York University School of Medicine

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