Dr. Edward W. Jung

Edward W. Jung

Edward W. Jung
Edward W.
Radiation Oncologist

Languages spoken


Expert in

Prostate cancer



Las Vegas (Radiation oncology)
Las Vegas (Radiation oncology)

2851 North Tenaya Way, Suite 100
Las Vegas, NV 89128 US

36.212438, -115.2501111
Henderson (Radiation oncology)
Henderson (Radiation oncology)

52 North Pecos Road
Henderson, Nevada 89074

36.0312309, -115.0998153

Dr. Jung earned his undergraduate and medical degree from Brown University. He completed his radiation oncology residency in his home state of Michigan at Wayne State University in Detroit. During residency, he received 2 consecutive scholarship awards from the American Brachytherapy Society in LDR and HDR brachytherapy. Afterwards, he pursued a fellowship at the Cleveland Clinic focusing on stereotactic radiosurgery. Dr. Jung is board certified in radiation oncology by the American Board of Radiology. He publishes peer-reviewed journal articles in the literature and has authored 6 textbook chapters. He is an expert in CNS and prostate cancers, radiosurgery as well as pediatric oncology. Fostering the development of the next generation of physicians is also his passion as Dr. Jung mentors residents, medical students, and students applying to medical school.

During his free time, Dr. Jung is learning how to play golf, enjoys hiking and surfing, and is a rock climber. An avid swimmer, he is a PADI certified SCUBA diver and an American Red Cross certified lifeguard. He enjoys watching NFL football on Sundays.


  • Brown University
  • MedStar Health - Residency, Internal Medicine
  • Detroit Medical Center Corporation
  • Radiation Oncology fellowship - Cleveland Clinic Foundation

Expertise and interests

  • CNS and prostate cancers, as well as radiosurgery


In the media

Mentoring is crucial for the next generation of health care professionals

February 2023 

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Radiosurgery for Pediatric Brain Tumors

November 4, 2015

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Gamma Knife radiosurgery in the management of brainstem metastases

July 16, 2013

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