Role of the primary care provider in cancer care, especially localized prostate cancer; Doctor-patient communication; Bioethics
Zack Berger completed his MD, and his PhD degree in epidemiology, at New York University, and completed a primary care/internal medicine residency at NYU/Bellevue Hospital. Since 2009 he has practiced adult medicine at the Johns Hopkins Outpatient Center, as well as teaching in the resident clinic. His research centers on the role of the primary care provider in cancer care, particularly prostate cancer, and on doctor-patient communication and bioethics. His book Talking To Your Doctor was published in 2013.