J. Loscalzo, MSW
First Vice President
Clinical Associate Professor
Moores UCSD Cancer Center firstname.lastname@example.org
Matthew J. Loscalzo, MSW is currently the Clinical Associate Professor of Medicine
at the Rebecca and John Moores UCSD Cancer Center.
Previously, he had been a member of the faculty of
the Eastern Virginia Medical School as an Associate
Dean and Associate Professor since August 2002.
Prior to his appointment at the Eastern Virginia Medical
School in August 2002, Matthew Loscalzo, MSW was a
Research Associate at the Johns Hopkins University
School of Medicine and the Director of Patient and
Family Services at the Johns Hopkins Oncology Center.
He was also the founding Co-Director of the Center
for Cancer Pain Research at the Johns Hopkins Oncology
Center. He also had an appointment at the Johns Hopkins
University Division of Education-School of Continuing
Studies-Department of Counseling and Human Services.
Prior to his appointment at Johns Hopkins in 1993,
Matthew Loscalzo provided psycho-behavioral and social
work services to patients and families as part of the
Pain Service and Supportive Care Team at Memorial Sloan-Kettering
Cancer Center. At this position, he was one of the
founding members of one of the first supportive care
the United States. He has published widely on cancer
pain, problem-solving, psycho-behavioral interventions,
and palliative care. His many national and international
presentations reflect his ongoing interest in cancer
pain, palliative care, patient and family advocacy,
gender-specific interventions, patient and family education,
staff survival, problem-solving therapies and psycho-behavioral
He is the Past-President of the Association of Oncology
Social Work, serves on editorial boards, and Boards
of Directors of national organizations. Mr. Loscalzo
received his Master’s degree at the New York
University School of Social Work.