ROy A. Abendroth MD
Vice Chairman, Breast Cancer Center of Excellence Director, California Pacific Medical Center
Dr. Abendroth is an accomplished musician and plays the trumpet in local jazz bands as well as directing a separate jazz band himself. He lives with his family here in San Francisco and enjoys music, bowling, and coaching track. He loves to bring a new favorite wine to our monthly journal club meetings. You can find him jamming with his jazz bands or spending time with his family.
Barry M. Chauser MD
Medical Director, Seton Medical Center
Dr. Chauser lives with his wife here in San Francisco and enjoys the opera,
theater, teaching, and practicing general medicine atop of his oncologic duties. You can find him in the medicine wards at Seton taking primary responsibility on his patients or driving about in his Tesla Model S.
Ronny Chin PhD
Chief Physicist, California Pacific Medical Center; Assistant Professor, University of Rochester
Dr. Chin started his career at the University of Rochester and later became the chief physicist at the Alta Bates Medical Center in Oakland, CA. He transferred positions to CPMC to take the role of chief physicist at CPMC and to head the physics education program for the residents. He enjoys fine dining and spending time with his son and you can find him in some of San Francisco's greatest restaurants with his family.
Alexander Geng MD
Medical Director, San Francisco Cyberknife
Dr. Geng is an avid explorer and lives here in San Francisco. He established the Cyberknife program here in San Francisco with Dr. Meyer and has a strong interest in central nervous system malignancies. You can find him hiking through a state park, at the archery range, or at home playing the piano.
Sara M. Huang MD
Medical Director, St Mary's Medical Center; Assistant Clinical Professor, UCSF School of Medicine
Dr. Huang grew up in San Francisco and has been in the San Francisco Bay Area ever since. She currently resides in Marin County and loves The City for all of its art, culture, and dining. She enjoys traveling, reading, going to the theater, and discovering new restaurants with her two daughters. You can find her at the Golden Gate theater watching the newest musical in town or in any of the nearby restaurants.
John W. Lee MD
Chairman, Graduate Medical Education Director, Radiation Oncology Program Director, California Pacific Medical Center
Dr. Lee started his career in Canada as a brachytherapy specialist. He moved
to San Francisco with his family to be the brachytherapist for the group and
became the program director for the residency program after the program
moved its headquarters to CPMC. He is an avid traveler and has visited more
than 200 countries across the globe with his wife and daughter.
John L. Meyer MD FACR FASTRO
Medical Director, Saint Francis Memorial Hospital; Adjunct Clinical Professor, Stanford University School of Medicine
Dr. Meyer has been a strong advocate for Radiation Oncology through the many conferences he has organized, books edited, and chapters and scientific contributions published. Also an avid patron of the performing arts, he is often at the SF Symphony, world music concerts, and pop and jazz events here and elsewhere across the country. He is a sports enthusiast and you can find him biking, swimming, traveling, and learning about our amazing world.
Mark C. Rounsaville MD
Rectal Cancer Center of Excellence, California Pacific Medical Center; Assistant Clinical Professor, UCSF School of Medicine
Dr. Rounsaville is an avid outdoorsman and loves the natural beauty of the San Francisco Bay Area as well as its world class sports teams. He lives with his family in Marin County and enjoys hosting gettogethers in the area. He is not one to shy away from a good conversation about politics or a good debate regarding who the front-runner is for the Super Bowl. You can find him in the park spending time with his wife and daughter or watching the game with them.
Meiwen Wu MD
Seton Medical Center
Dr. Wu began her career as a physician in China but moved to Daly City with
her husband to study therapeutic radiation here in San Francisco. She enjoys the San Francisco Bay Area’s incredible cultural diversity and the natural beauty of the terrain. She travels back to China frequently with her husband but when she is back in the States, she loves reading and trying new foods.
Li-Xi Yang MD PhD
Chief Radiobiologist, California Pacific Medical Center Research Institute; Associate Professor, Institute of Molecular Biophysics, Florida State University
Dr. Yang teaches the annual radiobiology and biostatistics courses for the residency program and is heavily involved in translational research. He is the owner of several patents for chemoradiosensitizers and lives here in the City with his wife and daughter. One compound discovered in his lab is currently being investigated in a Phase II clinical trial at Harvard and Georgetown.