Mark G. Malkin, MD, is a professor of neurology at the Medical College of Wisconsin.Dr. Malkin is a neuro-oncologist, board certified in neurology with expertise in cancer as it affects the nervous system. He cares for adult patients with primary brain tumors, metastases to the nervous system, nervous system complications of cancer therapy, and with neurologic paraneoplastic syndromes.
Dr. Malkin’s research interests include clinical trials for brain tumor patients, the epidemiology of primary brain tumors and quality of life studies in brain tumor patients. He maintains that patients with these illnesses are best served by seeking state-of-the-art interdisciplinary care, as early as possible in their course of treatment, at an academic medical center. He believes that Froedtert and Medical College of Wisconsin provides the very best quality patient care, research and teaching in neuro-oncology, and is honored to be a vital member of this team.
Education / Training
- Fellowship in Neuro-Oncology - Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center & Cornell University Medical Center - New York, NY (1985-1988)
- Internship & Residency in Internal Medicine - Sunnybrook Medical Centre - Toronto, On, Canada (1979-1981)
- Doctor of Medicine - University of Toronto, Ontario - Canada (1979)
- Residency in Neurology - University of Toronto, Ontario - Canada (1981-1984)