Paul J. Chuba M.D., Ph.D.
Dr. Paul J. Chuba M.D., Ph.D., originally from Farmington Michigan, attended Farmington High School, Kalamazoo College, and received a doctorate degree in Microbiology and Immunology from Wayne State University School of Medicine. In 1992 he graduated from Wayne State’s medical school. He completed residency training at St. John Hospital and Medical Center (transitional year), the Detroit Medical Center and the Karmanos Cancer Institute (Radiation Oncology) in 1996, where he remained as a staff member until the year 2000. He has been the chief of Radiation Oncology at the St. John Macomb Oakland Hospital since 2001. His main interests have been in breast cancer, lung cancer, head and neck cancer, and prostate cancer radiotherapy, as well as pediatric Radiation Oncology. He is accomplished in the fields of brachytherapy (including prostate seed implants and HDR) as well as radiosurgery for intracranial (brain tumors) and extracranial (lung and spine tumor) applications. Dr. Chuba has published more than 70 research articles and book chapters and remains active in Oncology research and clinical trials.
Dr. Chuba is active as a reviewer for oncology specific medical journals, and participates in many national and international oncology societies (ASTRO, ASCO, ACR, SIOP, COG). He is currently president-elect of the Michigan Radiologic Society and past-president of the alumni association board of governors for Wayne State University School of Medicine.
Dr. Chuba was named one of the area’s top oncologists by Hour Detroit magazine in its “Top Docs” survey for the past several years.
Our group continues to present and publish in peer-review journals and national meetings while providing the latest advancements in cancer care for our patients.