STATE-OF-THE-ART SURGICAL CARE
We are pleased to offer comprehensive surgical treatment of thoracic disease, including the treatment of lung cancer.
To provide surgical care that is accurate, personal and compassionate.
To further the art of surgery through innovative scientific research.
ABOUT DR. ADAM BROOK
dr. brook is certified by the american board of thoracic surgery.
Dr. Adam Brook attended Harvard College, Harvard Medical School, and the Harvard University Graduate School of Arts and Sciences. His graduate thesis focused on regulation of cell cycle transcription factors implicated in carcinogenesis.
Dr. Brook completed formal training in cardiothoracic surgery at the University of Tennessee, under Dr. Darryl Weiman. He has served as Registrar in Thoracic Surgery at Mount Hope in Trinidad, under Mr. Ian Ramnarine, and as Specialist Registrar in Cardiothoracic Surgery at the Barts and the London NHS Trust, under Mr. Alan Wood.
Dr. Brook is certified in cardiothoracic surgery by the American Board of Thoracic Surgery and in general surgery by the American Board of Surgery.
Over the course of his career Dr. Brook has participated in over 2500 surgical procedures, including over 1000 major cardiothoracic surgical procedures.
Dr. Brook has authored several papers in peer-reviewed journals and is a reviewer for the World Journal of Cardiovascular Diseases.
Dr. Brook’s surgical interests include lung cancer and thoracic trauma.
“I am not sure if you remember me, however, last July, I had nearly drowned after being caught in a riptide. A few weeks later, I became increasing weak, and while I thought I had thrown my back out, the pain was actually due to a tremendous infection (pneumonia) impairing my right lung. You had performed the surgery removing a large portion of my lung one year ago today. I just wanted to write and express my overwhelming, heartfelt gratitude to you. I am extremely grateful for your expertise and can't thank you enough.”
—Letter from a patient to Dr. Brook
“Lung cancer has been the leading cause of cancer death in the world. Recent scientific advances are changing the way we think about lung cancer and have given us new ways to diagnose and treat this disease.”
— Adam Brook, M.D., Ph.D.