University of Wisconsin–Madison

Lung/Thoracic Cancer

Below is a directory of Department of Human Oncology physicians who specialize in treating lung/thoracic cancer. Contact one of our clinics if you have questions or would like to schedule an appointment.

Providers

Assistant Professor
Department of Human Oncology
Visit Andrew Baschnagel, MD's profile
Clinical Associate Professor
Department of Human Oncology
Visit Gregory Cooley, MD's profile

Team Care

Our radiation oncologists work with a talented team of surgeons, medical oncologists, radiologists, pathologists, therapists, nutritionists, nurses and therapists to provide each patient with outstanding, compassionate, personalized care. Each week, this team of providers meets to review and discuss each patient’s condition and treatment options.

State-of-the-art Treatment Approaches

Varian_TrubeamPatients with lung/thoracic cancer can be confident that they are receiving the highest quality care that uses the latest technology and treatment approaches.

When appropriate, we offer patients the opportunity to participate in clinical trials that will help define the standard of care over the next 50 years. These trials enable your physicians to work toward the ultimate goal of improving treatments for patients throughout Wisconsin and the world.

Palliative Care

In recent years, it has become clear that palliative care is an essential part of cancer care. Palliative care focuses on improving a patient’s quality of life. It includes measures to reduce pain and treatment side effects and manage the physical and emotional challenges associated with a serious illness.

Our physicians, nurses, social workers and therapists work together to provide palliative care for patients with or without curative treatment for their disease.