Matt Strunk, M.P.A.S., PA-C, works in UT Southwestern’s Department of Radiation Oncology as a physician assistant, supporting the lymphoma and pediatric disease-oriented teams.

He received his board certification as a physician assistant in 2004, through the military’s Interservice Physician Assistant Program (IPAP). He received his bachelor’s degree in chemistry from East Central University.

Matt has been an active member of the United States Army Reserve (USAR) since 1991. He is currently a major and aeromedical physician assistant, but has also served as a medical laboratory technician and combat medic in the past. His present duties include supervision of clinical operations of the 94th Combat Support Hospital, as well as providing clinical guidance and oversight to associated USAR non-aviation and aviation staff and personnel.

As a physician assistant at UT Southwestern, Matt focuses on the diagnostic and therapeutic management of patients by performing a variety of medical and surgical tasks. His other duties include performing physical examinations, executing diagnostic and therapeutic procedures, and providing follow-up and health maintenance care to patients, following protocols established by physicians.

Education & Training
  • Interservice Physician Assistant Program (IPAP)
  • East Central University

Clinical Focus

  • Lymphoma
  • Pediatric cancer

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