Primary Office

8900 N Kendall Drive
Miami, FL 33176
Phone Number: 786-596-2000


Fellowship - University of Florida Proton Therapy Institute
Internship - University of Illinois
Residency - City of Hope National Medical Ctr.
Medical School - University of Illinois

Board Certifications

American Board of Radiology (Radiation Oncology) - Certified

Matthew Hall, M.D. provides pediatric radiation oncology services to patients at Nicklaus Children's Hospital through our collaboration with the Miami Cancer Institute (MCI). He is the lead pediatric radiation oncologist and director of the Live Like Bella® pediatric radiation oncology program at MCI. He has extensive training and experience in intensity modulated radiation therapy (IMRT), Gamma Knife stereotactic radiosurgery (SRS), and intensity modulated Proton Therapy — a highly advanced form of radiation technology that targets cancer cells with pencil beam scanning precision while sparing the surrounding healthy tissues. His clinical specialty and research focus on innovative ways to treat cancer with radiation therapy while minimizing long-term side effects.

Dr. Hall is the principal investigator of the Prospective Observational Trial of the Impact of Radiation Dose in Children with Brain and Skull Base Tumors, which is currently open and accruing patients at Miami Cancer Institute and Nicklaus Children’s Hospital. This trial is supported by grant funding awarded to Dr. Hall in 2017 through the Florida Department of Health Pediatric Cancer Research Initiative.


Odia, Y., Koschmann, C., ..., Hall, M., et al (2024). Safety and pharmacokinetics of ONC201 (dordaviprone) administered two consecutive days per week in pediatric patients with H3K27M-mutant glioma. Neuro-oncology, Ahead of print(), . View in Pubmed

Hall, M.D., Kotecha, R. (2023). Social determinants of health: A forgotten risk factor for neurocognition in pediatric brain tumor survivors. Neuro-oncology, 25(10), 1852-1853. View in Pubmed

Hall, M.D., Howell, R.M., Jackson, A. et al (2023). Liver Late Effects in Childhood Cancer Survivors Treated With Radiation Therapy: A PENTEC Comprehensive Review. International journal of radiation oncology, biology, physics, Ahead of print(23), 00584-9. View in Pubmed

Gardner, S.L., Tarapore, R.S., ..., Hall, M.D., et. al (2022). Phase I dose escalation and expansion trial of single agent ONC201 in pediatric diffuse midline gliomas following radiotherapy. Neuro-oncology advances, 4(1), vdac143. View in Pubmed

Hall, M.D., Terezakis, S.A., Lucas, J.T., et al (2022). Radiation Therapy Across Pediatric Hodgkin Lymphoma Research Group Protocols: A Report From the Staging, Evaluation, and Response Criteria Harmonization (SEARCH) for Childhood, Adolescent, and Young Adult Hodgkin Lymphoma (CAYAHL) Group. International journal of radiation oncology, biology, physics, 112(2), 317-334. View in Pubmed

Shah, S., Gates, K., ..., Hall, M.D. (2021). Effect of Postoperative Radiation Therapy Timing on Survival in Pediatric and Young Adult Ependymoma. Advances in radiology oncology, 26(4), 100691. View in Pubmed

Tonse, R., Rubens, M., ..., Hall, M.D., et al (2021). Systematic review and meta-analysis of PD-L1 expression discordance between primary tumor and lung cancer brain metastasis. Neuro-oncology advances, 3(1), vdab166. View in Pubmed

A clinician identified with a Nicklaus Children's Pediatric Specialists logo is an affiliate of Nicklaus Children's Health System. All other clinicians listed on the website are in independent medical practices.