Dr. Alvaro A. Martinez

  • Radiation Oncologist
  • Spoken languages English, Spanish


Career Positions

Current position(s)

  • GenesisCare - Radiation Oncologist, Pontiac, MI

Past position(s)

  • William Beaumont Hospital - Chairman, Department of Radiation Oncology, Royal Oak, MI
  • French Society for Radiotherapy and Oncology (SFRO), Rochester, MN
  • Stanford School of Medicine - Assistant Professor and Staff Oncologist, Stanford, CA



  • Universidad Javeriana, Bogota, Colombia
  • Universidad Javeriana School of Medicine, Bogota, Colombia


  • Hospital Universitario de la Universidad, General Surgery, Bogota, Colombia
  • Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, Radiation Oncology, Chief Resident, New York, NY


  • Hospital Militar Central, Rotating Internship, Bogota, Colombia
  • Jamaica Hospital, Rotating Internship, Jamaica, NY

Expertise And Interests


  • Prostate, Breast, Lung, Colorectal, Skin, Gynecologic, Head & Neck, Lymphoma and Eye Tumors


Awards and honors

  • Agnes Axtell Moule Faculty Scholar at Stanford University, President Michigan Society of Therapeutic Radiologist, President American Brachytherapy Society


  • Three membrane-proximal amino acids in the human parainfluenza virus type 2 (HPIV 2) F protein are critical for fusogenic activity



E. Arrojo, E. Fernandez, L. Kestin, A. Martinez, 2016, ACRO

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Kestin L, Fernandez E, Mantz C, Olivera G, Mo X, Key S, Finkelstein SE, Martinez A, Galmarini D., 2015, ASTRO Annual Meeting

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Clinical studies

Primary Objective - To determine whether men with NCCN high risk prostate cancer who are in the lower 2/3 of Decipher genomic risk (< 0.85) can be treated with 12 months ADT plus RT instead of 24 months ADT+RT and experience non-inferior metastasis-free survival.

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Alvaro Martinez's Reviews


based on 88 Ratings 25 Comments


No suggestions. I was very impressed with everything and everyone I encountered during my visit.


This only has to do with your waiting room experience when I was there. And again, this was my first time there. There was someone waiting who used her cellphone the entire time, speaking in a loud voice. It was very disturbing. And it took away from my being able to concentrate to even read and fill out the forms. I think you should have a sign that says that if you need to use the cellphone, please step out of our office and either, you know, continue your conversation outside or in your car. And again, if it had been brief, that's one thing, but it was continual phone calls one after the other. Just a suggestion.


Nothing. I was very pleased with the visit. It was an initial consultation visit.


Nothing everything was AAAAAAA++++++++

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