Current Residents

Caressa Hui

I love eating and trying new foods! One of my hobbies is traveling to different cities, then going on Yelp and eating at the top 3 places. One of my newer hobbies is working out--so that I can eat more.  I can spend an infinite amount of time with my dog, and I also enjoy hiking and painting!

Mallika Marar

After growing up in the quintessential Midwestern suburbs of Columbus, Ohio, I moved to the East Coast to attend the University of Pennsylvania where I studied Economics as an undergraduate student. I then joined Penn's Perelman School of Medicine as a 21st Century Gamble Scholar, and while in medical school, I collaborated on research projects with the Center for Health Incentives and Behavioral Economics as well as the Department of Radiation Oncology at Penn. I concurrently pursued my MBA at The Wharton School, and throughout my education, I've sought out work experiences in hospital operations, health insurance, biopharma business development, and biotechnology investing. Prior to starting Radiation Oncology residency, I completed a Transitional Year internship at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in New York. In my free time, I enjoy spinning, playing tennis, wine tasting, and finding ways to be more outdoorsy now that I live in the Bay Area.

Hyunsoo Joshua No

I was born and raised in Brooklyn, NY, living most recently in Queens, prior to arriving at Stanford. I attended medical school at the University of Vermont Larner College of Medicine, where I received my MD on the Research Emphasis track. I have a former career as a medical dosimetrist with Brigham and Women's Hospital/Dana Farber Cancer Institute and the NYU Langone Perlmutter Cancer Center and have worked in radiation oncology, in different capacities, since 2004. In my spare time, I enjoy basketball, spending time with my children, and hanging out on Crab Key Island.

Yufan Fred Wu

I grew up in the frigid north of Toronto, Canada and earned a Bachelor of Health Sciences from McMaster University before attending medical school in warm sunny Palo Alto at Stanford School of Medicine. Here, I completed concentrations in Clinical Research and Cancer Biology. My intern year was spent in Internal Medicine at Baylor College of Medicine / MD Anderson Cancer Center. My primary research interests include the clinical translation of FLASH radiotherapy, medical education, as well as clinical investigation in thoracic and gastrointestinal malignancies with an emphasis on SBRT. I am also passionate about student mentorship, diversity, and teaching. In my spare time, I love to play pickup basketball, go on hikes to take landscape photography, and try as many soup noodle restaurants as I can find.