David Roberge, MD

Dr. David Roberge is Associate Professor at the University of Montreal and Adjunct professor at McGill University. He is a graduate of the McGill residency program in radiation oncology and completed post-residency fellowship at Stanford and St-Jude Children’s research hospital. He is currently Head of the Department of radiation oncology at the CHUM –Notre Dame.

Dr. Roberge has published over 80 scientific articles in well-recognized journals in the field of oncology — half as first or supervising author. He has contributed to several chapters and review articles. He is editor of the journal of the Canadian Association of Radiation Oncology and reviews manuscripts for more than 25 journals. As a clinician scientist, his clinical research has spanned the treatment of soft tissue sarcoma, cutaneous lymphoma, cancer of the young and Brain tumors — most prominently those treated with radiosurgery. More recently, he has focused on technology in radiation oncology with an interest in advanced CT imaging.

CHUM radiation oncology has positioned itself as a leader in the theoretical and clinical investigation of dual energy CT imaging in radiation treatment planning. Dr. Roberge’s vision is to develop at CHUM new treatment paradigms and optimal implementations of modern radiotherapy technologies.

2017 Presentations & Workshops - coming soon!

2016 Presentations & Workshops

Session: DECT Body | Case Based Review on Most Convincing Indications

  • Radiation Oncology Treatment Planning

Associate Professor | University of Montreal

Adjunct Professor | McGill University