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A little about me... I am a hematologist and a medical oncologist. I am certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine in both. I am also board-certified in Internal Medicine.
My parents were from British Hong Kong. I am originally from Appleton, Wisconsin and I grew up in Philadelphia. I was a three-time Varsity Letterman in Men’s Lacrosse while studying at Johns Hopkins University. I returned to Philadelphia for my medical degree at Temple University in which I worked at the Fox Chase Cancer Center (formerly known as the Institute for Cancer Research) as a medical student.
I started my graduate medical career at the famous County Hospital of the LAC-USC Medical Center, and finished my internal medicine residency at the University of California, Davis. My sub-specialty training in hematology and medical oncology was at the University of Southern California, one of the original eight comprehensive cancer centers designated by the National Cancer Institute. I was honored to serve as Chief Fellow of Medical Oncology at the USC Norris Comprehensive Cancer Center in 2008.
In my spare time, I am devoted to my wife and two young boys. My favorite authors right now are Bill Martin, Jr. and Margaret Wise Brown. I have a passing interest in the art of Eric Carle. I am an avid sports fan, love to discuss recent trends in nutrition, diet supplementation and exercise. I aspire to someday learn fly-fishing and skeet-shooting. I speak Spanish and Chinese fluently.