Matthew E Witek
Assistant Clinical Professor
University of Wisconsin-Madison, Radiation Oncology, USA
Matthew Witek received his Master’s in Clinical Pharmacology from Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in 2003. He worked in Dr. Scott Waldman’s laboratory evaluating the role of enterocyte-specific proteins in the development and management of gastrointestinal malignancies. Matthew then studied medicine at Jefferson Medical College and pursued a Radiation Oncology Residency from 2010-2014 at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital. During this time, he evaluated the temporal relationship between combined radio- and immunotherapy in the laboratory of Dr. Adam Snook. Matthew currently is Associate Professor of Radiation Oncology at the University of Wisconsin in Madison, Wisconsin where his clinical practice focuses on skin cancers and malignancies arising in the head and neck region.
skin cancers and malignancies arising in the head and neck region