Bladder Cancer, Lower Urinary Tract Reconstruction, Prostate Cancer, Urological Oncology, Urology, Urology / Urologic Surgery, Urology, Adult
Bladder cancer diagnostics and therapeutics; Bladder cancer; Lower urinary tract reconstruction; Prostate cancer; Urological oncology; Urology; Urologic surgery
Dr. Mark Schoenberg is a professor of urology and oncology at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. He is the Bernard L. Schwartz Distinguished Professor of Urologic Oncology and the director of the Division of Urologic Oncology. Dr. Schoenberg''s main academic focus and area of clinical activity is the treatment of patients with bladder cancer.
Dr. Schoenberg received his undergraduate degree from Yale. He earned his M.D. from the University of Texas School of Medicine. He completed his residency in urology at University of Pennsylvania Health System School of Medicine and performed a fellowship in urology at Johns Hopkins.
Dr. Schoenberg is involved in both basic and clinical research on the detection and management of patients with all forms of bladder cancer. His particular areas of clinical interest are the surgical treatment of invasive tumors and lower urinary tract reconstruction in both male and female patients.
Dr. Schoenberg is a member of the Society of Urologic Oncology, The American Urological Association and the American Association of Cancer Research. He is the author of the book The Guide to Living with Bladder Cancer.
Society of Urologic Oncology, 1999-present
Fellow, American College of Surgeon, 1997-present
Maryland Urological Society/Medical and Chirurgical Faculty of Maryland, 1996-present
Bladder Health Council/A.F.U.D., 1996-2000
Mid-Atlantic Section, American Urological Association, 1995-present
American Urological Association, 1994-present
American Association of Cancer Research, 1994-present
Clinical Trial Keywords
- Bladder Cancer Diagnostics and Therapeutics