Agnes Radzio, MD
Surgery, Surgical Oncology, Breast Cancer - Surgery
Dr. Agnes Radzio has been in practice as a Surgical Oncologist since 2007. After graduating from her undergraduate studies at Barat College, Dr. Radzio earned her Master of Science in Biotechnology Specialization from the Kellogg Center for Biotechnology at Northwestern University. She then remained at Northwestern for her medical studies at the Feinberg School of Medicine. After graduating with her doctorate degree, Dr. Radzio completed her internship in General Surgery at Michigan State University, followed by her General Surgery residency at Thomas Jefferson University. To finish her training, Dr. Radzio moved to the University of California San Francisco for her fellowship in Breast Surgical Oncology. With her certification by the American Board of Surgery, Dr. Radzio specializes in breast surgery, breast surgical oncology, and BRCA gene and breast genetic mutation.
Before joining Mount Sinai in 2022, Dr. Radzio spent 10 years practicing in New York City. She currently holds an academic appointment as an Associate Professor of Surgery at The Icahn School of Medicine, and serves as Director of Breast Surgery at Mount Sinai Doctors - Staten Island.
In addition to her clinical, academic, and administrative roles, Dr. Radzio has contributed to a number of publications in surgery and medical oncology. Her most recent contribution was to the American Journal of Surgery, where she examined the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and breast cancer screening on clinical stage and racial disparities in New York City.
Dr. Radzio is a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons and a Member of the American Society of Breast Surgeons.
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