Dr. Juan Godinez completed his residency in Radiation Oncology at the University of Chicago in 1995 and was honored by the American Cancer Society (ACS) as an ACS Research Fellow for 1995-1996.

After training, Dr. Godinez served as Vice-Director of the Radiation Oncology Division for Oncology and Radiation Associates, a network that included several hospital-based and free-standing radiation facilities in South Florida.

Later, he moved to Massachusetts as staff Radiation Oncologist affiliated with the Brigham and Women’s Hospital and the Dana Farber Cancer Institute as well as with other outreach hospitals. He served as Acting Chief for the radiation therapy department at the VA Hospital in Boston affiliated with Beth Israel Deaconess.

As a Faculty of Radiation Oncology at Harvard Medical School, he actively participated in clinical research and teaching. His areas of expertise include prostate, head and neck, lung, colorectal and breast cancers.

Most recently, Dr. Godinez returned to Florida, joining the Florida Radiation Oncology Group, a network of Radiation Oncology facilities in the northern and central Florida. He is currently on charge of the Cyberknife Cancer Center at Brandon Hospital. Away from work, Dr. Godinez enjoys traveling, reading, and spending time with his growing family.