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Ravin Garg, M.D.
Medical Oncology, Hematology
- Medical Oncology
- Internal Medicine
- and Hematology
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Dr. Ravin Garg attended the University of Michigan—Ann Arbor on a Regents Alumni Scholarship for his undergraduate studies where he received a B.S. degree in Microbiology and was elected into both the Phi Beta Kappa and Phi Kappa Phi Honor Societies.
He then attended the University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine where he was awarded the exclusive Humanism in Medicine Award. After graduating, Dr. Garg returned to his alma mater, the University of Michigan—Ann Arbor, for both his internship and internal medicine residency. After completing his residency, he worked as an instructor of medicine at Johns Hopkins Hospital where he cared for patients and taught the internal medicine residents.
He completed his Hematology and Oncology fellowship at the world-renowned, MD Anderson Cancer Center located in Houston, TX. It is the #1 Ranked Cancer Center in the United States, and he was voted as the top graduating oncology fellow. Due to his love and passion for teaching, he was elected and served as the Chief Fellow for Education and won the Best Teaching Award, all the while publishing several research articles that appeared in prestigious medical journals.
Since his departure from the MD Anderson Cancer Center, he continues to be invited as a regular speaker at the MD Anderson Board Review Course where hundreds of Hematologists and Oncologists from across the country attend this lecture series to prepare for their Hematology and Oncology board examinations.
Currently, he serves as an Assistant Professor of Oncology at Johns Hopkins Hospital where he staffs the fellows’ clinic, conducts case-based weekly morning reports, and gives board review lectures.
Dr. Garg’s love of teaching encouraged him to share his extensive knowledge as the founder of Hemeoncquestions.com. He has personally written over 2,500 board review questions and answers covering all of the seminal Hematology and Oncology subjects. It is considered the premier board review website in the country having been used by over 11,000 hematologists oncologists all over the world, including the fellowship programs at Harvard, MD Anderson Cancer Center, Cleveland Clinic, Mayo Clinic, Johns Hopkins, Memorial Sloan Kettering, Georgetown, UCLA, UCSF, Stanford, Yale and the University of Pennsylvania. He is actively invited to participate in Oncology symposiums conducted at the American Society of Clinical Oncology Headquarters and the FDA.
He is a board-certified Oncologist and Hematologist who joined Maryland Oncology Hematology in 2020 and has consistently been voted as one of the best Hematologist Oncologists in both What’s Up Annapolis and The Capital’s Annual Reader’s Choice Award.
I went into Oncology because my mom developed Ovarian cancer while I was in Medical school. I strive to provide the best, state of the art treatments to each patient. I feel strongly in working as a team with other doctors to provide the best care possible.
Dr. Garg was born and raised in Michigan. His greatest joy is spending time with his wife, who is a practicing Primary Care doctor in Largo, Maryland, and his two young sons. Dr. Garg is a voracious reader and his favorite thing to do is to read to his sons every night. He loves to take road trips, visit museums, and explore nature while walking through the woods. He is also a diehard sports fan especially of the University of Michigan Football team.
Education & Experience
- The University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine
- The University of Michigan—Ann Arbor
- University of Michigan
- MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston