Outside Faculty

 Undergraduate - Rutgers University  Graduate School - Georgetown University  Medical School - Rutgers New Jersey Medical School  Residency - California Pacific Medical Center  Fellowship - Memorial Sloan Kettering

Undergraduate - Rutgers University

Graduate School - Georgetown University

Medical School - Rutgers New Jersey Medical School

Residency - California Pacific Medical Center

Fellowship - Memorial Sloan Kettering

(Lawrence) Matthew Scala MD MS

Brachytherapy, Kaiser Permanente Santa Clara

Matt is an alumnus of our program and completed a brachytherapy fellowship at Memorial Sloan Kettering before joining Kaiser Permanente Santa Clara in 2012. He treats a high volume of patients and has a special interest in challenging cases that are no longer eligible for conventional external beam irradiation.

 Undergraduate - University of California, Berkeley  Medical School - Drexel University  Residency - Hahnemann Univeristy  Fellowship - University of California, Los Angeles

Undergraduate - University of California, Berkeley

Medical School - Drexel University

Residency - Hahnemann Univeristy

Fellowship - University of California, Los Angeles

Michael Wong MD

Brachytherapy, Kaiser Permanente Santa Clara

Michael is a Northern California native and after finishing medical school and residency in Philadelphia, completed a fellowship in brachytherapy at UCLA. He joined Matt at Kaiser Permanente in 2015. He is very happy to be practicing near his family and enjoys the diversity of cases that he sees at Kaiser Permanente.

 Undergraduate - Columbia University  Medical School - Boston University School of Medicine  Residency - MD Anderson

Undergraduate - Columbia University

Medical School - Boston University School of Medicine

Residency - MD Anderson

David Kornguth MD

Genitourinary Malignancies, Golden Gate Cancer Center; Assistant Professor, MD Anderson

A Wisconsin native, David is delighted to be practicing in San Francisco. After spending years at MD Anderson specializing in pediatric and central nervous system malignancies, he moved to the SF Bay with his family and founded the Golden Gate Cancer Center. He is committed to patient and resident education and patient directed decision-making.