Maged Ghaly, MD
After he completed his residency and fellowship in Radiation Oncology at New York Methodist Hospital, (Weill Medical College of Cornell University) and member of the New York-Presbyterian Healthcare System, Dr Ghaly was appointed as instructor in clinical radiology at Weill Cornell Medical College in New York City. With a strong clinical background in Surgical Oncology at Cairo National Cancer Institute, Dr Ghaly has focused on various aspects of radiation therapy including brachytherapy procedures, robotic stereotactic body radiation therapy, volumetric arc therapy and complex head and neck, lung and GI malignancies. Dr. Ghaly became the first physician on Long Island to offer 3-D image based brachytherapy treatments for skin, rectal, and gynecological malignancies and multi channel balloon partial breast radiation, during his tenure as an attending physician in radiation oncology at Huntington Hospital.
Dr Ghaly has participated in several research projects which have resulted in many publications and numerous presentations at National and International meetings. Dr. Ghaly received his medical degree from Cairo University, Faculty of Medicine in Cairo, Egypt.