Board-certified in radiation oncology, David Morris, M.D., received his medical degree from Georgetown University. He completed his internship at the Washington Hospital Center and his radiation oncology residency and fellowship training at the University of North Carolina Hospitals. He served as University of North Carolina’s Cyberknife Program Director, Clinical Division Director, and as a clinical associate professor.
Dr. Morris is the medical director and board member of St. Louis CyberKnife. He has 19 years of experience with radiosurgery and 11 years with CyberKnife treatment, with a particular interest in brain, pituitary, and spine tumors. He has written extensive articles and a book chapter on Cyberknife technology in Youmans’ Neurological Surgery 6th edition titled, Image-Guided Robotic Radiosurgery: The Cyberknife. He previously has been honored as a US News and World Reports “Top Doctor”, Castle Connolly “Top Doctor” and Best Doctor in St. Louis in radiation oncology. He has served as a volunteer for the American Society of Radiation Oncology and the American Board of Radiology.