Jonathan Zager, MD

Board Member

Education And Training

  • Sackler School of Medicine – New York State American Program, MD
  • Memorial-Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, Research Fellow – Hepatobiliary Oncology Laboratory
  • Montefiore Medical Center – Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Resident – Department of Surgery
  • University of Texas, M.D. Anderson Cancer Center, Fellow – Surgical Oncology
  • University of Texas, M.D. Anderson Cancer Center, Fellow – Administrative Fellow


Dr. Zager’s research interests are in treating cutaneous melanoma as well as non melanoma skin cancers and soft tissue sarcomas including, extremity, cutaneous and retroperitoneal sarcomas. He has a particular interest in minimally invasive regionally therapy such as isolated limb infusions (ILI) for extremity in transit or recurrent melanoma. ILIs for limb threatening unresectable sarcomas as well as percutaneous hepatic perfusions for unresectable metastatic melanoma to the liver.  Dr. Zager has also developed an interest in intraoperative PET probe directed surgery for difficult to localize metastatic lesions.


Dr. Zager is a member and supports the Tampa Bay Surgical Oncology Society. Two conferences are developed yearly to bring together experts in the field of Surgical Oncology from all disciplines (surgeons, oncologists, and other healthcare professionals). The surgical society understands that support of our community is an integral element in the success of our mission which is to further the advancement of patient care and science related to the multidisciplinary management of cancer. Annual memberships of $150 pp are required for all attendees which includes 2 dinner meetings, wine, and more. Please contact Rachel Compitello at for more information.

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