I am Fengting Yan, currently a breast oncologist at True Family Women’s Cancer Center at Swedish Cancer Institute in Seattle. I was trained at the Fred Hutch Cancer Research Center/University of Washington for my hematology/oncology fellowship. My career goal is to translate my research from bench to bedside to improve women’s health. I have been interested in translational research in women’s cancer and public education in women’s health. My interest comes from my background in clinical training in Ob & Gyn in China, years of public education in women’s health through internet and TV talk shows, Internal medicine residency training and Hematology-Oncology fellowship training in the US, as well as extensive basic lab research training as a post-doctoral researcher. My primary research interest has been to identify oncogenic markers and design inhibitors of these markers for developing new drugs to treat cancer patients and to deliver updated health-related education to women.