Education and Expertise
Dr. Kradin earned his medical degree from Thomas Jefferson University. He completed his internal medicine residency at Pennsylvania Hospital. He then went on to complete his pathology residency and his pulmonary disease fellowship at Massachusetts General Hospital.
Dr. Kradin currently practices at Massachusetts General Hospital and serves as Associate Professor of Medicine and Pathology at Harvard Medical School. His special areas of interest include asbestosis and asbestos-related cancers, particularly lung cancer and malignant pleural mesothelioma.
Dr. Richard Kradin applies his extensive knowledge of pathology and pulmonary disease to provide his patients with an accurate diagnosis.
Focus on Asbestos-Related Disease
In addition to practicing as a pulmonary pathologist, Dr. Kradin directs a Harvard Medical School post-graduate course entitled, “Current Concepts and Controversies in Asbestos-Related Disease.”
Dr. Kradin has contributed over 200 peer-reviewed articles and book chapters to the field. He also testifies as an expert witness in asbestos litigation.
Accurate Diagnosis and Advanced Treatment
Dr. Kradin applies his extensive knowledge of pathology and pulmonary disease to provide his patients with an accurate diagnosis. He connects his patients with asbestos-related disease with some of the best specialists in the field at Massachusetts General Hospital.