See All Specialists [+] Marek Martynowicz MD, FCCP Pulmonology - (BoardCertified) Summary Dr. Marek Martynowicz specializes in interstitial lung diseases, the latest bronchoscopic techniques, and sleep medicine. He and his Medical Assistant Lindsay Hodsdon collaborate with the Alaska Cancer Treatment Center team for lung screenings and cancer-related treatments. Dr. Martynowicz was born, raised, and educated in Poland. After graduating from the Silesian Medical Academy in Katowice, Poland, he came to the United States to complete a postdoctoral research fellowship at the Samuel Stratton Veteran’s Administration Medical Center and the Albany Medical College in Albany, New York. After completing a three-year fellowship, he entered the medical residency training program at Mary Imogene Bassett Hospital in Cooperstown, New York (an affiliate of Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons). At Mary Imogene Bassett Hospital Dr. Martynowicz served as the chief resident. He went on to complete fellowships in both pulmonary and critical care medicine at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, which included two years in a research laboratory dealing with the pathophysiology of adult respiratory distress syndrome. His research activities during residency and fellowship training bore fruit in multiple publications in peer-reviewed journals. Upon completion of medical training, Dr. Martynowicz moved to Houston, Texas, where he was the attending physician and clinical assistant professor of Baylor College of Medicine. Dr. Martyowicz moved to Alaska in 2009 to continue his clinical practice with Providence Alaska Medical Center, joining Internal Medicine Associates in August of 2014. He is also board certified in sleep medicine. He enjoys spending time with his four children in the Alaska outdoors.