Fox Chase Welcomes

Clinical Faculty

MacenatFloreFlore Macenat, MD, MS, a clinical anesthesiologist who specializes in interventional pain management, joins Fox Chase following a fellowship in pain medicine and a residency in anesthesiology at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, as well as an internship in anesthesiology at Penn Presbyterian Medical Center. Macenat received her MD from the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey, as well as an MS in biology from Montclair State University.

McMaster-MichelleMichelle McMaster, MD, joins Fox Chase as an anesthesiologist after completing her residency in anesthesiology at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital and a postgraduate year at Lankenau Hopsital in Wynnewood, Pennsylvania. McMaster received her MD from Jefferson Medical College and a BS in nursing from the University of Pennsylvania.

Department of Medicine
Jung-KyungsukKyungsuk Jung, MD, MPH, joins Fox Chase as a hospitalist in the department of medicine. He recently completed a residency in internal medicine at Saint Francis Hospital in Evanston, Illinois, after earning his MPH in biostatistics and epidemiology from Johns Hopkins University. Jung received his MD from Chung-An University College of Medicine in Seoul, South Korea.

Diagnostic Imaging
Tuite-CatherineCatherine Tuite, MD, joins the department of diagnostic imaging as a staff radiologist with expertise in women’s imaging and mammography. She comes to Fox Chase from the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, where she completed fellowships in vascular and interventional radiology in 1999 and more recently in women’s imaging. Tuite received her MD from the Mt. Sinai School of Medicine and was chief radiology resident at the Mt. Sinai Medical Center.

Radiation Oncology
hallmanMark A. Hallman, MD, PhD, has joined the department of radiation oncology as an assistant professor after completing his residency at Fox Chase. He is a member of the thoracic, genitourinary, and hematologic cancer programs. His research interests include improving the safety and efficacy of delivering stereotactic body radiation therapy as well as developing novel methods of radiation delivery to treat cancers that are currently untreatable with conventional therapies. Hallman received both his MD and a PhD in pharmacology and experimental therapeutics from the Medical University of South Carolina.

Surgical Oncology
reddySanjay S. Reddy, MD, a surgeon trained in traditional as well as laparoscopic and robotic techniques, has joined Fox Chase’s department of surgical oncology after completing a two-year fellowship at the Center. Reddy completed his residency in general surgery at Beth Israel Medical Center in New York. His interests include incorporating minimally invasive surgical techniques to address and treat gastrointestinal cancers; treating patients with soft tissue malignancies, consisting of melanomas and sarcomas; and using hyperthermic intraperitoneal chemotherapy (HIPEC) following cytoreductive surgery for cancers of the peritoneum.

Research Faculty

Cancer Prevention and Control
reeseJennifer Barsky Reese, PhD, joins the Cancer Prevention and Control Program as an assistant professor with a research focus on cancer survivorship and quality of life issues. Reese completed postdoctoral fellowships in behavioral medicine at Duke University Medical Center and Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine before joining the faculty at Johns Hopkins. Her research centers on developing and evaluating interventions to improve the interpersonal relationships and quality of life of those with cancer. As a licensed psychologist, Reese’s clinical interests include working with individuals and couples to enhance their ability to cope with the unique emotional and relationship challenges brought on by cancer and its treatment.