David Brenin, MD, FACS, is the M.C. Wilhelm Professor in Diseases of the Breast and Chief of the Division of Breast and Melanoma Surgery, in the Department of Surgery at The University of Virginia School of Medicine. Dr. Brenin’s medical practice specializes in the treatment of patients with breast cancer, and he conducts clinical trials investigating the use of Focused Ultrasound Ablation (FUSA) and FUSA combined with immunotherapy to treat benign and malignant tumors in the breast. Dr. Brenin also collaborates with numerous basic scientists to conduct breast cancer research.
In addition to his clinical functions, Dr. Brenin is the leader of UVA Cancer Center’s weekly multidisciplinary breast conference, chairman of the Commission on Cancer Committee at UVA Cancer Center and member of the Focused Ultrasound Surgery Foundation’s Fellowship Advisory Committee and grant review committee. He serves on the UVA Health System Tumor Registry Advisory Board and UVA Human Immune Therapy Center Committee. Dr. Brenin is also course co-director for the regional continuing medical education conference “Advances in Comprehensive Breast Care and Imaging,” in Charlottesville and is on the planning committee of the UVA Cancer Center educational series.