Dr. H. Ian Robins has centered much of his medical research on neuro-oncology, studying cancer of the spinal cord and brain. Dr. Robins has worked as one of the chief investigators for the North American Brain Tumor Consortium, and he has medical interests that range from malignant melanoma to breast cancer to clinical hypnosis. Dr. Robins has also treated patients who suffer from asbestos-related lung cancer and malignant mesothelioma.
While most medical practitioners say that a patient is disease-free after two to three years of successful treatment, Dr. H. Ian Robins follows a patient’s case indefinitely.
Dr. Robins has a reputation for publishing scholarly articles in his field. Some of his research has helped to influence current medical guidelines. For example, he has studied tumor pseudoresponse and pseudoprogression with new imaging correlates. While most medical practitioners say that a patient is disease-free after two to three years of successful treatment, Dr. Robins follows a patient’s case indefinitely.
Dr. Robins has participated in an array of clinical trials, studying the development of protocols and treatment plans. His extensive work in a variety of disciplines is representative of his versatility as a provider. Dr. Robins has treated a number of patients with mesothelioma and lung cancer. His accomplishments in clinical research as well as clinical practice have made him a prominent figure in the medical field.