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Bruce Haffty, MD,

Chair, Radiation Oncology Associate Vice Chancellor for Cancer Programs

Bruce G. Haffty, M.D., FACR, FASTRO, is Associate Vice Chancellor, Cancer Programs, Rutgers Biomedical Health Sciences, Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey, Professor and Chairman of Radiation Oncology, Rutgers-Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, New Jersey Medical School. His medical school, internship and residency training was at Yale School of Medicine. He spent the majority of


Ning J. Yue, PhD

Professor, Executive Vice Chair & Chief Division of Physics

Dr. Yue received his Ph.D. in Physics from University of Pennsylvania and his Bachelor of Science degree in Physics from University of Science and Technology of China. He completed his medical physics residency and postdoctoral trainings at Thomas Jefferson University, then joined the Department of Therapeutic Radiology of Yale-New Haven Hospital as a radiological physicist


Renata Pasqualini, PhD

Professor & Chief Division of Cancer Biology


Sung Kim, MD

Professor, Vice Chair, & Medical Director of CINJ at University Hospital

I have been at the Cancer Institute of New Jersey since 2006, after completing medical school and radiation oncology residency at Yale. Prior to that I attended the U.S. Naval Academy and served as a submarine officer aboard the USS Asheville (SSN 758). My passion is treating head and neck cancer, and improving the care of


Malcolm Mattes, MD

Associate Professor

​Radiation therapy is an important treatment modality to be able to offer patients, because when used effectively it can either cure a cancer while preserving quality-of-life in ways that surgery often cannot, or alleviate symptoms with minimal side effects. I believe strongly in patient-centered care, in which patients are partners with their health care providers.


Chi Ma, PhD

Medical Physicist, Assistant Professor

Dr. Ma was born and raised in China where he completed his undergraduate studies at University of Science and Technology of China majoring in Applied Physics. He received his PhD in medical physics from University of Wisconsin-Madison in 2014. During graduate school, he worked on the development of 3-dimensional ultrasound cardiac strain imaging techniques and


Daniela Staquicini, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor

Dr. Staquicini earned her Ph.D. in Microbiology and Immunology from the Federal University of São Paulo in Brazil. She completed her postdoctoral research training at the University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center and University of New Mexico Comprehensive Cancer Center. She was mentored by Dr. Renata Pasqualini and Dr. Wadih Arap, renowned pioneers in


Keying Xu, PhD

Medical Physicist, Assistant Professor

Dr. Keying Xu received her bachelor’s degree in biomedical engineering at Capital Medical University in China. She then came to the United States and studied at University of Miami in Florida where she was awarded a master’s degree in biomedical engineering for her work in medical image, and later a Ph.D. degree in medical physics