These 19 doctors from The Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders recognized for being the best of the best

By David ArkinApril 3, 2024April 16th, 2024No Comments

These 19 doctors from The Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders recognized for being the best of the best


In a notable testament to their dedication and expertise, nineteen physicians from The Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders have been honored by their peers, earning them a spot on the prestigious 360West Top Doctors list.

This accolade not only highlights their exceptional contributions to oncology but also reaffirms The Center’s commitment to compassionate, family-centric care for over 20,000 patients across the Dallas-Fort Worth area annually.

“Our focus is on healing lives through outstanding medical care, provided with compassion and concern,” said CEO Barry Russo. “The mission of The Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders is to care for every patient as we would a cherished member of our family.”

The physicians recognized in the annual 360West Top Doctors list represent some of the best in healthcare. Dubbed “Doctors To Know,” these physicians are an integral part of The Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders’ mission to offer the latest advances in chemotherapy, radiation therapy, immunotherapy, hormonal therapy, and biological therapy with compassionate care. The dedicated team of doctors, clinicians, and support staff take the time to understand each patient’s unique diagnosis and individual needs. The Center believes in treating the “whole patient” and provides several support services.

Get to know the doctors honored this year:



Asim Ahmad, MD

Dr. Asim Ahmad is a distinguished medical oncologist and hematologist known for his comprehensive and empathetic approach to cancer treatment. His educational background includes a medical degree from the University of South Florida, internships and residencies at Mayo Clinic, and dual fellowships in hematology and oncology from Mount Sinai and the University of Missouri, where he was Chief Fellow. Dr. Ahmad brings a wealth of expertise and a deep commitment to personalized patient care, and he is deeply involved in community service.




Zach Brownlee, MD

Dr. Zach Brownlee is a radiation oncologist who specializes in treating various types of cancer through personalized care, emphasizing the importance of communication with both the patient and their care team. With education from The University of Texas at Austin, the McGovern Medical School at UT Health, Baylor College of Medicine, and Tufts Medical Center, Dr. Brownlee has contributed to oncology research, particularly in circulating tumor cell detection, with his work published in multiple oncology journals. Outside of medicine, he enjoys playing and watching sports.




Prasanthi Ganesa, MD

Dr. Prasanthi Ganesa is recognized for her comprehensive cancer treatment approach, incorporating chemotherapy, radiation therapy, immunotherapy, hormonal therapy, and biological therapy, alongside a collaborative team strategy to enhance patient outcomes. Completing her medical education and specialization in medical oncology at Texas A&M University and Baylor University Medical Center, Dr. Ganesa actively engages in speaking engagements on cancer prevention and treatment, and indulges in her passion for Kuchipudi classical dance.



Rohan Gupta, DO

Dr. Rohan Gupta specializes in medical oncology and hematology with a focus on solid tumors, multiple myeloma, lymphomas, and leukemia — employing a patient-centered approach that integrates advanced treatments like chemotherapy, immunotherapy, and clinical trials. After completing his education and training at the University of Texas, University of North Texas Health Science Center, and notable fellowships at UCLA Harbor and City of Hope National Medical Center, where he was Chief Fellow, Dr. Gupta has contributed significantly to cancer research, earning him recognition in the field. Now based in North Texas, he balances his professional dedication with a personal life filled with cricket, family time, travel, and local volunteer work.





A. Seyi Ojo, MD

A. Seyi Ojo, MD specializes in breast cancer surgery and breast surgery for other types of diagnoses, providing personalized care with a comforting woman-to-woman approach. Her esteemed medical background includes a fellowship in breast surgical oncology at New York Presbyterian/Columbia University, alongside her medical degree from Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth College. She enriches her practice with both professional expertise and personal hobbies like singing and active church involvement.




Dr. Ray Page is known for his advocacy for superior patient care and his role in establishing a comprehensive community cancer care network in North Texas. His extensive education includes a groundbreaking D.O./Ph.D. program at the University of North Texas Health Science Center, with further specialization at the University of Texas M. D. Anderson Cancer Center. Dr. Page’s contributions extend beyond clinical practice to significant roles in cancer research, healthcare policy, and community service, highlighted by his receipt of the ASCO “Advocate of the Year” Award, involvement in over 200 oncology clinical trials, and dedication to improving chemotherapy drug delivery.




Alberto Parra, MD

Dr. Alberto Parra provides personalized cancer treatment in Fort Worth and Arlington, emphasizing a collaborative approach with a multidisciplinary team to craft tailored treatment plans for each patient, focusing on optimal outcomes and quality of life. A proud Arlington native, Dr. Parra’s extensive training includes a hematology and medical oncology fellowship at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, with foundational education and recognition for his compassion and excellence in internal medicine from the University of Texas Health Science Center in San Antonio. Dr. Parra is actively involved in the medical and Hispanic community, contributing to peer-reviewed journals and promoting cancer prevention and early detection.





Vinaya Potluri, MD

Dr. Vinaya Potluri combines her extensive experience and special training in palliative care with advanced cancer treatments such as chemotherapy, radiation, immunotherapy, hormonal therapy, and biological therapy, with a particular interest in breast cancer. Her medical journey includes an internship at Staten Island University Hospital, research at Cornell, a residency at Wayne State University, and fellowships in palliative care and medical oncology/hematology at MD Anderson Cancer Center and Louisiana State University, respectively. Dr. Potluri emphasizes a collaborative care approach for her patients in Burleson and Fort Worth.




Bibas Reddy, DO, MPH

Dr. Bibas Reddy serves as President of The Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders. He believes in working closely with cancer surgeons, plastic surgeons, radiation oncologists, and other medical professionals to provide a team approach, assuring each patient opportunity for a cure and the highest quality of life. His educational background includes undergraduate studies at the University of Texas at Austin, a dual degree from the University of North Texas Health Science Center, and residency and fellowship at Ochsner Clinic Foundation. He has received recognition as a Top Doctor in Fort Worth, Texas, for over a decade.




Tiffany Redfern, MD, FACOG

Dr. Tiffany Redfern is a gynecologic oncologist focused on providing comprehensive cancer treatment in Fort Worth and Arlington, utilizing a patient-centered approach to tailor individualized treatment plans involving surgery, chemotherapy, and radiation for gynecological cancers. With a foundation in Biomedical Sciences from Texas A&M University-Kingsville and further specialization from the University of Texas Medical Branch and the University of Tennessee Health Science Center-West Cancer Center, Dr. Redfern is recognized for her expertise and contributions to medical journals and societies. Her interests include traveling, flying airplanes and new adventures.




Morvarid Rezaie, DO

Dr. Morvarid “Mo” Rezaie, a graduate of the University Of North Texas Health Science Center-Texas College Of Osteopathic Medicine, has dedicated her career to palliative medicine, focusing on enhancing the quality of life for patients with life-limiting illnesses since becoming board-certified in hospice/palliative medicine in 2013. Her approach integrates the management of physical, spiritual, and emotional symptoms to improve patient and family well-being throughout the course of chronic, advanced-stage illnesses, distinguishing palliative care from hospice care by its early implementation alongside life-prolonging treatments.




Michael Ross, MD

Dr. Michael B. Ross, MD, is a distinguished oncologist and hematologist certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine and the American Board of Medical Specialties in Medical Oncology, with his medical degree from the Medical College of Virginia and fellowship at the M.D. Anderson Hospital and Tumor Institute. His career highlights include introducing modern oncology treatment in South Texas, being elected to the fellowship in the American College of Physicians for his teaching and publications, and being recognized by his peers as one of the “Best Doctors In America” and a Texas Super Doctor. Dr. Ross is enjoying semi-retirement.




Jeremy A. Ross, MD

Jeremy Ross, MD, transitioned from a budding career in accounting, finance, and software development to pursue his passion for medicine, culminating in medical training at Virginia Commonwealth University, an internal medicine residency at The University of Texas Health Science Center, and a distinguished fellowship at MD Anderson Cancer Center, where he received notable awards for clinical excellence. Now a vital part of The Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders in Fort Worth—a practice co-founded by his father—Dr. Ross is dedicated to cancer treatment, employing a range of therapies and contributing to oncology and hematology literature.




Mary Ann Skiba, DO, FACOI

Mary Ann Skiba, DO, offers over three decades of expertise in treating blood disorders such as leukemia, lymphoma, and multiple myeloma, with a commitment to education that keeps her at the forefront of emerging treatments. With a medical degree from Michigan State University, Dr. Skiba is a keynote speaker and an educator, and holds leadership roles within medical institutions in Fort Worth. Recognized as a Top Doctor by Fort Worth Magazine, her personal time is spent volunteering, walking, and enjoying board games with her family.




DeEtte Vasques, DO, FACOG, FACOOG

Dr. DeEtte Vasques transitioned from general obstetrics/gynecology to specialize in gynecologic oncology, motivated by the resilience of women battling reproductive cancers, and now offers comprehensive treatment options including surgery and various therapies. Her medical training was completed at the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine and Wellspan Health/York Hospital, culminating in a fellowship in gynecologic oncology, earning accolades such as “Top Doc” in Fort Worth and a Healthcare Hero 2013 by the Fort Worth Business Press.




Nabila Lehachi Waheed, DO

Dr. Nabila Waheed is a dedicated radiation oncologist employing a comprehensive, patient-centered approach to cancer treatment, integrating advanced techniques such as IMRT, IGRT, VMAT, and proton therapy. With a strong educational background from Syracuse University and Rocky Vista University, and a residency in Radiation Oncology, she combines her professional expertise with personal interests in cooking and cultural exploration.




Yaochung Weng, MD PhD

Dr. Yaochung Weng leverages his background in electrical and computer engineering and a PhD from MIT to provide advanced, personalized radiation oncology treatments, including SBRT, SRS, and brachytherapy, among others. After realizing his passion for impacting cancer patients’ lives during his thesis research, he returned to Dallas to complete his medical degree and residency at UT Southwestern Medical Center. Dr. Weng is deeply invested in applying artificial intelligence and machine learning to improve cancer treatment.




Henry Q. Xiong, MD PhD

Dr. Henry Xiong, previously a faculty member at MD Anderson Hospital, has significantly contributed to the treatment and research of gastrointestinal cancers, serving as principal investigator for numerous clinical trials and authoring over 50 scientific publications. Following his fellowship at MD Anderson, residency at Beth Israel Medical Center, and earning a Ph.D. from Mt. Sinai School of Medicine, Dr. Xiong has been appointed to a prestigious committee on gastrointestinal education through ASCO.




Robyn R. Young, MD

Dr. Robyn Young, a distinguished expert in breast cancer treatment, leads numerous clinical trials, and integrates the latest therapies to offer patients comprehensive care, emphasizing a multidisciplinary team approach for optimal outcomes. Her commitment extends beyond treatment to prevention, actively engaging in community education on breast cancer prevention.


These 19 physicians from The Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders have earned a distinguished recognition among an elite list of 600 winners in greater Tarrant County.

This achievement underscores the exceptional level of care and expertise that The Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders provides its patients at 18 locations across the Dallas-Ft. Worth area. Learn more about this outstanding team of physicians.