Stacy Loeb, M.D.

Stacy loeb


Education and Board Certification

  • Medical Education: Northwestern University Medical School
  • Internship: Georgetown University School of Medicine, 2005-2006
  • Residency Training: Georgetown University School of Medicine, 2006-2007
    Johns Hopkins Hospital, 2007-2011
  • Board Certification: Urology


About Dr. Loeb

Dr. Loeb is an internationally recognized expert on the early diagnosis and treatment of prostate cancer. Her clinical expertise includes men’s health and the management of prostate-related disease.

Dr. Loeb is an author of more than 140 peer-reviewed articles and 7 book chapters on prostate cancer. This includes the chapter entitled "Early Detection, Diagnosis, and Staging of Prostate Cancer in Campbell’s-Walsh Urology, the main textbook for the field [11th Edition, 2011]. In addition, Dr. Loeb teaches courses on prostate cancer to other urologists and serves on the Editorial Boards of 2 international journals (the British Journal of Urology International and Reviews in Urology).

Dr. Loeb's primary clinical interests involve five areas:

  • Men’s health (including urinary and sexual function);
  • Counseling patients about the several ways of screening and testing for prostate disease (such as PSA blood testing, PSA velocity, and free PSA, among others);
  • Counseling patients on the interpretation of screening results;
  • Advising patients about whether to have a prostate biopsy and performing prostate biopsy when indicated;
  • For men diagnosed with prostate cancer, Dr. Loeb specializes in guidance about which treatment to pursue. She is involved in the NYU active surveillance program for men who do not wish to undergo immediate treatment, and provides follow-up for men who have already undergone prostate cancer treatment.