Dr. Yeung is a surgeon whose focus is the treatment of liver and bile duct tumors. He founded the Liver Tumor Clinic at UW Medical Center and actively investigates the molecular mechanisms related to cancer development. He also engages in basic research of tuberous sclerosis complex and lymphangioleiomyomatosis.
I believe that when physicians work with their patients in partnership, the best outcomes can be achieved.
- Surgical oncology: Hepatobiliary tumors, primary and secondary; Hepato-pancreatico-biliary (PHB) surgery
- Minimally invasive liver therapies: laparoscopic and robotic surgeries
- Ablation therapies: radiofrequency, irreversible electroporation
- Professor, Surgery Department, University of Washington School of Medicine
- Adjunct Professor, Department of Pathology, University of Washington School of Medicine
- Adjunct Professor, Department of Medicine (Medical Genetics), University of Washington School of Medicine
- Medical Degree: University of Toronto, 1982
- Residency: University of Toronto, 1983-87
- Fellowships: Fox Chase Cancer Center, Surgical oncology and molecular oncology, 1988-92
Board Certified: Royal College of Surgeons (Canada), 1987. American Board of Surgery, 1988.
Languages: Cantonese, Chinese, English
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