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Yolanda Tseng, MD

“I feel privileged to be part of a team that provides the best care for our patients. I’m always impressed by my patients’ strength during a stressful and uncertain period of their lives. The care we provide—clinical, emotional, and personal—is one of the most gratifying aspects of being an oncologist.”

Yolanda Tseng, MD

Central Nervous System Cancers; Lymphoma

Dr. Tseng is a board-certified radiation oncologist with training and experience in proton radiotherapy, focusing on lymphoma and primary brain and spine tumors. She serves as an Assistant Professor of Radiation Oncology at the University of Washington. Her diverse research includes how physicians estimate patient prognosis and its effects on treatment decisions, and how tumor biological subtypes affect patient outcomes and the response to local therapy. She’s interested in systematically evaluating how proton radiotherapy can be used to optimize patient care.

Dr. Tseng earned her medical degree and completed her residency in radiation oncology at Harvard Medical School. She also earned her Masters of Philosophy in Pharmacology at the University of Cambridge, UK.

Dr. Tseng has received numerous prestigious accolades throughout her career, including a Winston Churchill Scholarship, and the University of California San Francisco CaPSURE Scholarship.