The Eric Wolfe Fellowship is named for a patient who died of brain cancer in 1999. The Eric Wolfe Fellowship is supported by his family’s fundraising efforts, such as the annual Run With the Wolfes and its sister event Golf Fore Wolfe. This fellowship supports outstanding clinicians or scientists seeking advanced training in the Department of Human Oncology.
About the Wolfe Fellowship
Fellows are appointed for terms of one to two years for advanced clinical, cancer biology and/or radiation physics training and/or research. At the request of the family, the Eric Wolfe Fellows are appointed by the chair of the Department of Human Oncology with the concurrence of the dean of the School of Medicine and Public Health and the UW–Madison chancellor.
Current Wolfe Fellow
Dr. Lee is a Canadian-board certified radiation oncologist. He is pursuing a career in academic radiation oncology with the goal of characterizing and solving oncology problems at the intersection between medicine and engineering. He specializes in treating patients with gastrointestinal malignancies.