Bradley B. Pua, M.D. is Director of the Lung Cancer Screening Program, Program Director, Interventional Radiology Fellowship, and Chief, Division of Interventional Radiology
Dr. Pua obtained a B.S. degree in Chemistry from New York University (NYU) and continued at NYU School of Medicine where he was awarded his M.D. degree. He completed three years of surgical residency at New York University Medical Center prior to deciding to pursue a career in Interventional Radiology and subsequently completed a fellowship in Interventional Radiology at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital-Weill Cornell Campus & Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center. Dr. Pua remained at Cornell to complete his diagnostic radiology residency and was elected to serve as Chief Resident in his final year.
Dr. Pua's clinical expertise is in Interventional Radiology and performs a variety of interventional procedures including, but not limited to: arterial embolizations, stent placements, tumor ablations, biopsies and vascular access. His interests include both pediatric interventions and minimally invasive cancer therapy, with a particular focus on thoracic tumors.
Dr. Pua's research interests are in simulators for medical education as well as thoracic tumor treatments for which he has written both review articles and book chapters. Dr. Pua is a reviewer for the Radiology, Journal of Vascular and Interventional Radiology, Clinical Imaging and Journal of Translational Lung Cancer Research.
Aetna [HMO, Medicare, PPO]
Affinity [Essential (Exchange)]
Emblem Select Care
Empire Blue Cross Blue Shield [Blue Priority, Child Health Plus, EPO, HMO, Mediblue (Senior), Pathway (Exchange), PPO]
Empire Blue Cross Blue Shield [Pathway Enhanced]
Health Insurance Plan of NY (HIP) [Medicaid, Medicare]
Oxford Health Plans [Freedom, Liberty, Medicare Advantage]
Rockefeller University - CoreSource
UnitedHealthcare [Community Plan, Compass (Exchange), HMO, Medicare]
2003 NYU School of Medicine
Residency: 2005 New York University Medical Center
Fellowship: 2007 NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Cornell Medical Center