Dr. Haber obtained his Bachelor of Science in neuropsychology at UCSB in Santa Barbara where he graduated Magnum Cum Laude. He then attended the New York University School of Medicine where he received multiple awards. During this time, he was selected into the Alpha Omega Alpha National Medical Honor Society as well as the Gold Humanism Honor Society. After completing a transitional internship at Scripps Mercy Hospital in San Diego, Dr. Haber completed his interventional radiology residency at UCLA. During his residency he received the Bruce Barack for Teaching Excellence Award for his contributions in medical education. Upon completion of his residency, Dr. Haber accepted a faculty position in the interventional radiology department at UCLA. There he splits his time between clinical duties, education, and research.
Medical Board Certification
1. Eghbali, M; Haber, Z; Srinivasa R; Paida, S. Complications of 90Y Radioembolization Treatment for Liver Tumors. Digestive Disease Interventions.
2. McNamara, G; Haber, Z; Lee, E; Levi, D; Bender, A. Successful removal of a leadless pacemaker from the pulmonary artery via a noval basket retrieval system. Heart Rhythm Case Reports
3. Haber, Z; Lee, E; Price, M; Wainberg, Z; Hecht, J; Sayre J; Padia, S. Survival advantage of yttrium-90 radioembolization to systemic therapy in patients with hepatic metastases from colorectal cancer in the salvage setting: Results of a matched-pair study. Academic Radiology; 28(S1):210
4. Haber, Z.M; Hearns C.W.; Enrinjeri, J.P.; Deipolyi, A.R. Predictors of active extravasation and complications after conventional angiography for acute intraabdominal bleeding. Journal of Clinical Medicine; 6(14):47.
5. Haber, Z.M; Hearns, C.W.; Gross, J.S.; Pflager, D; Deipolyi, A.R. Percutaneous Radiologically Guided Gastrostomy Tube Placement: Comparison of Antegrade Trans-Oral and Retrograde Trans-Abdominal Approaches. Diagnostic and Interventional Radiology; 23(1):55-60.