Matthew McCurdy, MD, PhD, DABR, is a board-certified radiation oncologist. He treats all types of cancer.
Dr. McCurdy graduated with a Bachelor of Science in engineering, which led to a job as project manager for NASA, where he worked on John Glenn’s second space journey. He completed his medical school and residency training at Baylor College of Medicine, where he served as chief resident. Dr. McCurdy received a PhD in bioengineering through the MD/PhD program funded by the National Institutes of Health.
Awards & Research
Dr. McCurdy has published extensively on novel radiation oncology treatments and has presented talks at many national meetings. He received the Young Oncologist Award and Roentgen Research Award. The International Association of Radiologists named him a Top Doctor in 2013.
Dr. McCurdy contributes greatly to the community with his extensive philanthropic endeavors. He serves as a Scientific Advisor Board Member at the Radiosurgical Research Institute, is a Seton Network Cancer Committee Member, and is a Member-at-Large of the Texas Radiological Society Radiation Oncology Section.
What I Love About My Job
“I join my patients in the fight against cancer and provide hope. I’ve managed the cancer care of my own family, and I believe in treating each patient as a member of mine. I treat the whole patient during and after treatment using the latest evidence-based and integrative medicine.”
To schedule an appointment with Dr. Matthew McCurdy, call Austin Cancer Center at 512.505.5500 today, or use our online Request an Appointment form.