Dr. Ney Alves and Dr. Gabriel Domenech are certified oncologists by the American Board of Internal Medicine in Medical Oncology. Dr. Alves is also board-certified in Hematology.
We are experts in the evaluation and management of Lymphomas/Leukemia/Myeloma and blood-related cancers; cancer of the colon rectum, esophagus, pancreas and stomach; lung cancer; breast cancer; prostate/bladder/kidney cancer; and blood disorders and clotting abnormalities.
Our Doctors are on staff at Memorial Regional Hospital, Memorial Hospital West and affiliated hospitals.
Dr. Ney Alves exudes compassion and confidence, a medical manner he learned from his father, who is also a doctor. Dr. Alves was born and raised in Sao Paulo, Brazil, and in 1989 graduated from the University of Sao Paulo School of Medicine. From his earliest interests in medicine.
Dr. Alves wanted to be what he calls a “complete doctor.” “I wanted to learn everything,” Dr. Alves explained. “To me Oncology is so complete. Our patients may have many medical problems, from fighting infections to the psychological problems related to cancer. My goal is to treat the entire patient, and that is why I love Hematology and Oncology so much. I have a chance to help make miracles happen.” His area of interest and expertise is in the treatment of lymphomas and myeloma and blood disorders.
Residency, Internal Medicine
Dr. Gabriel Domenech’s gentle way and genuine interest in his patients helps create a unique bond from the first visit. Dr. Domenech was born in Pergamino, Buenos Aires, Argentina, and in 1990 graduated from the National University of Rosario, Faculty of Medical Sciences, Argentina. Dr. Domenech is determined to solve the perplexing riddle of why cancer attacks our bodies. “Cancer is so totally different than any other diseases,” Dr. Domenech says. “Our immune system is tricked by the tumor cell and cancer attacks us from the inside. What does the cancer do so that our own bodies cannot recognize it? This is the question I want to help answer. Dr. Domenech is a local expert in the treatment of GI Cancers with a main interest in managing patients with cancer of the colon, pancreas and stomach.
Residency, Internal Medicine
Dr. Mudad received his B.S. in Biology with high distinction in 1985 and his M.D. with distinction in 1989 from the American University of Beirut. He completed an internship and residency in 1992 in Internal Medicine, and a fellowship in Hematology and Medical Oncology in 1995 at Duke University Medical Center in Durham, North Carolina. In 1995 Dr. Mudad joined the Tulane University faculty as Associate in Medicine in the Section of Hematology and Medical Oncology. He was promoted to Assistant Professor of Medicine in 1996 and in July of 2001 to the rank of Associate Professor of Medicine. In 1996 Dr. Mudad was appointed Chief of the Section of Hematology/Oncology at the Veterans Administration Medical Center in New Orleans and was also the Associate Chief, Section of Hematology and Medical Oncology at Tulane Medical School and Director of Hematology/Oncology Fellowship Training between 2001-2006. Dr Mudad's primary interest and research is in the field of solid tumor oncology and specifically lung cancer. He has conducted several clinical trials in lung, prostate, head & neck and bladder cancers.
Dr. Mudad currently served as the associate medical director of the Memorial Cancer Institute, in Hollywood, FL, and the Co-director of the thoracic oncology program at the same facility between 2006-2012. He is actively involved in clinical trials in lung cancer and the lung cancer support. Dr. Mudad frequently lectures at various middle schools in Borward county regarding smoking prevention.
Dr. Mudad has been in the medical education arena for 15 years. He has lectured numerous times all over the world and has an expertise in addressing healthcare workers and relating to their daily experience.