Assistant Professor Lindsay Stratchko, DO, comes to UW with a unique skillset, as she was fellowship trained in both Musculoskeletal and Interventional Radiology. She is spearheading a new program in MSK Interventional Oncology (IO) in collaboration with the UW Ablation IO group. Learn more about Dr. Stratchko below.
Where are you from?
Where did you attend Medical School?
Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine
Why did you choose Radiology?
I chose radiology for the diversity of imaging, pathology and patient populations. The ability to perform minimally invasive image-guided procedures also led me to my decision to pursue radiology residency and fellowships in musculoskeletal imaging and intervention, as well as interventional radiology.
What is your specialty?
What are your career interests and goals?
I am interested in interventional oncology as well as interventional spine and pain procedures.
Why did you choose UW/What are you excited about at UW?
The faculty, staff and trainees at the University of Wisconsin are exceptional and I’m proud to call them colleagues. We are also fortunate to have the support and resources at UW to study, develop, and provide high quality care to patients all across Wisconsin (and beyond).
What are your hobbies?
Hiking, kayaking, paddle boarding, rock climbing, yoga, horseback riding.