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Clinical Practice Committee

     Shuang Fu, MD, PhD (Chair)

Shuang Fu, MD, PhD, board-certified in Internal Medicine, Hematology and Medical Oncology. She received medical degree and PhD degree from Beijing Medical University. She completed Internal Medicine residency at Nassau University Medical Center in New York and Hematology/Oncology fellowship at Cleveland Clinic. Dr. Fu moved to Tennessee after graduating from fellowship. She is an Oncologist and Hematologist at Kirkland Cancer Center, Jackson, TN. From Cleveland Clinic to Kirkland Cancer Center, Dr. Fu develops deep doctor/patient relationships, currently serves as the Medical Director of Kirkland Cancer Center.  In the spare time, Dr. Fu enjoys cooking, traveling, and spending time with her family.




     Bo Wang, MD (Co-Chair)

Dr. Wang is a board certified medical oncologist in Eugene, Oregon. He treats patients with a diverse range of cancers with a focus in lung and thoracic cancers. He is principal investigator on several lung cancer clinical studies. He is passionate about increasing patient access to cutting edge clinical trials in the community setting. Dr. Wang grew up on the east coast, and received his undergraduate education at Bowdoin College in Maine. Thereafter he went to Albert Einstein College of Medicine for his MD followed by Tufts Medical Center for internal medicine residency, and finally Icahn Mount Sinai School of Medicine in Manhattan for his hematology and oncology fellowship. In his free time he enjoys fishing, volleyball, basketball, guitar, and spending time with his family. 


     Lulu Zhang, MD, MPH

Dr. Lulu Zhang is a general oncologist / hematologist at Pacific Cancer center, Monterey, California. She also serves as co-director of cancer genetics risk assessment program at community hospital of Monterey. She graduated from Peking Union Medical College in Beijing, China in 2008; then went to University of Pittsburgh and received her Master of Public Health degree in Epidemiology in 2010. She finished her residency in internal medicine at Albany Medical center in upstate New York, followed by hematology/oncology fellowship at Tufts medical center, Boston.  After fellowship, she finished additional training at City of Hope Intensive Course in Genomic Cancer Risk Assessment.




     Joyce Huang, MD, PhD

Dr. Joyce Huang completed hematology/ oncology fellowship at Roswell Park Cancer Institute  at Buffalo, NY in 2016 and since then she has been practicing as a general oncologist / hematologist at CCAY/Cancer Care Associate of York, Pennsylvania. Her practice focus on serving the community while collaborating with tertiary cancer centers for clinical trials. 

She graduated from medical school of Nantong University. She received her Ph.D of Biochemistry and Molecular biology from Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey followed with residency training at Saint. Barnabas Medical Center, New Jersey.



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