Michal J. Wolski, MD
Dr. Wolski grew up in New York. He attended college at the University of Rochester and was awarded a degree in Brain and Cognitive Science with highest honors and a minor in ASL. Dr. Wolski chose Medicine due to his passion for helping people in need and the science of healing. He also has a medically inclined family including his father who is an anesthesiologist, his grandfather who was a surgeon, and his uncle who is a nephrologist and led the World Health Organization in Europe and Asia. Dr. Wolski attended a top US medical school, the University of Pittsburgh, and received his Doctorate of Medicine in 2007. He completed his Radiation Oncology specialty training in Texas, including such notable medical centers as M.D. Anderson Cancer Center and the University of Texas Medical Branch. He has multiple awards for his novel Oncology research and many publications and presentations at national Oncology conferences including prostate and breast cancer quality outcomes analysis.
Dr. Wolski has extensive experience treating many cancer types with a special emphasis on a highly personalized, evidence-based, and comprehensive treatment approach. He participates in cancer research and is involved with Oncology professional organizations. In his free time he enjoys power boating and sailing, SCUBA diving, skiing, traveling and visiting family and friends all over the world.
- Board Certification: Radiation Oncology
- Medical Degree: University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine
- Residency: University of Texas Medical Branch and M.D. Anderson Cancer Center