Erin Dunbar, MD, is a founding physician of the Brain Tumor Center and Director of Neuro-Oncology at Piedmont Atlanta Hospital. She specializes in the comprehensive care of brain and spine tumor patients who are battling both primary and metastatic tumors. She is a certified provider within the MD Anderson Cancer Network®. Her team creates a medical "home for life" by maintaining a robust portfolio of promising clinical trials, novel therapies, and supportive resources to serve patients and caregivers. She is an avid clinical researcher and a collaborator with organizations, including the National Cancer Institute and other national brain tumor centers. Collectively, these efforts enable patients to receive cutting-edge care close to home. These achievements have contributed to Governor Nathan Deal repeatedly proclaiming the Piedmont Brain Tumor Center as one of three renowned brain tumor centers in Georgia. She is a passionate driver of patient-centered care through her service to advocacy forums like the Southeastern Brain Tumor Foundation and the American Brain Tumor Association, and to medical associations like the Society of Neuro-Oncology and the American Academy of Neurology. She is privileged to serve in several system-wide leadership capacities within the Cancer Center and the service-lines of Oncology, Palliative Care, and Neuroscience. Dr. Dunbar completed fellowships in Neuro-oncology at Johns Hopkins University, in Hospice and Palliative Medicine at the Malcom Randall VA Medical Center, and in Medical-oncology at the University of Florida. She enjoys outdoor activities and Atlanta United FC.