Dr. Aaron Lisberg grew up in Minneapolis, Minnesota and received a B.A. in Biology from Grinnell College. He attended the University of Minnesota Medical School, where he was elected to the AOA honor society. He completed his Internal Medicine residency at The University of Washington, in Seattle, followed by fellowship training at UCLA in hematology/oncology. During his medical training, Dr. Lisberg co-authored a number of high impact peer reviewed publications in a diversity of areas including stem cell therapy, skin cancer, and lung cancer.
As a member of the hematology/oncology faculty, he enjoys treating patients with a variety of hematologic and oncologic disorders. He specializes in the emerging field of immunotherapy, with a specific focus on malignancies of lung and head and neck. Active areas of research include predictors of response and toxicity to immune checkpoint inhibition in lung cancer, as well as the synergistic nature of radiation and immune based therapies.
In his free time, Dr. Lisberg enjoys spending time with his wife and two children. Together, they like to explore LA’s parks, playgrounds, and diverse restaurant scene.