Tracey F. Weisberg, MD
Dr. Weisberg was born in Buffalo, NY. She went to Mount Holyoke College in Western Mass (Magna Cum Laude, Biochemistry) and received her Medical Degree from SUNY Stony Brook School of Medicine on Long Island, NY. Residency in Internal Medicine was at The Mount Sinai Medical Center in NYC and Hartford Hospital in CT. She did her Fellowship in Research and Clinical Oncology at Yale University. She moved to Maine in the late 1980s, working as a Staff Physician at Martin’s Point, and doing research in Solid Tumor Biology at the Maine Cytometry Research Institute. This involved joint projects with New England Cancer Specialists and eventually led to her joining the organization.
Dr. Weisberg has worked in the field of medical oncology for more than 25 years. Professionally, her areas of interest are in breast cancer treatment, cancer survivorship, clinical research in breast cancer, and the molecular genetics of breast cancer predisposition. She served as president and lead physician at New England Cancer Specialists for 8 years, and is a past president of the Northern New England Clinical Oncology Society. She is currently serving as chairperson of the American Society of Clinical Oncology State Affiliates Council. She also serves on the board of Hospice of Southern Maine.
She lives in Falmouth with her husband and enjoys reading, golf, long walks and visiting with her three grown daughters Anna, Elizabeth, and Leah. When free from clinical responsibilities, she loves to travel both within and outside of the USA, with recent trips to Europe, South America, and Hawaii.