Christine Chung, MD completed her Bachelor of Arts in English Literature from Harvard-Radcliffe College and received her medical degree from Harvard Medical School. She has received numerous honors, including an NCI Cancer Prevention Fellowship and a Fulbright Fellowship to Oxford. She also holds a Masters in Health Policy from the Harvard School of Public Health. Dr. Chung completed her radiation oncology residency at the Harvard Radiation Oncology Program, where she served as chief resident. The program’s training institutions included the Dana Farber Cancer Institute, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Boston Children’s Hospital, and Massachusetts General Hospital.
She co-authored an article on breast radiation with Jay Harris MD, a leader in the field of breast radiation, and has published research on long-term effects of radiation.
Sravana Chennupati, MD
Dr. Sravana Chennupati completed his Bachelor of Arts in Molecular and Cell Biology from University of California, Berkeley and received his medical degree from Stanford Medical School. He completed his radiation oncology residency at Oregon Health and Sciences University, where he served as chief resident for two years. As a resident radiation oncologist, he trained in the most advanced techniques of radiation treatment and published several journal articles on prostate, pediatric, and GI malignancies.
Dr. Chennupati has authored several book chapters and has presented his research at international meetings. He has been recognized for outstanding clinical service by the Knight Cancer Institute and has traveled to India to study the delivery of radiation in Hyderabad.
James Rembert, MD
Dr. James Rembert graduated magna cum laude from Harvard University with a degree in biochemistry. He was a research scientist at Massachusetts General Hospital prior to receiving his medical degree from the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine where he was inducted into the AOA Honor Society and received the Merck Award for academic excellence. He completed his residency in radiation oncology at UCSF, where he also served as chief resident.
After residency, Dr. Rembert began practice at Alta Bates Comprehensive Cancer Center in Berkeley, CA. While at Alta Bates, he helped establish their stereotactic radiosurgery program. He has served as the Chair of Clinical Services at Alta Bates, and currently is the acting medical director of radiation oncology at ABSMC. Dr. Rembert has published articles and book chapters on multiple topics in radiation oncology. Dr. Rembert was selected by his peers, and recognized in San Francisco magazine, as one of the Bay Area’s “Top Doctors” in 2016 & 2017.
Sophia Rahman, MD
Dr. Sophia Rahman was accepted into the accelerated Bachelors of Science/Medical Degree program at the University of California, Riverside. She received a B.S. in Biomedical Sciences and graduated Magna Cum Laude. She received her Medical Degree from the University of California, Los Angeles David Geffen School of Medicine. After graduating from medical school, Dr. Rahman completed an Internal Medicine residency followed by a Radiation Oncology residency at the Kaiser Permanente, Los Angeles Medical Center.
Dr. Rahman has presented at American Society of Therapeutic Radiation Oncology (ASTRO) and American Radium Society (ARS), major national radiation conferences. She promotes education in the community by speaking to groups on cancer related topics and is an avid supporter of the American Cancer Society and the Cancer Support Community. Dr. Rahman joined Diablo Valley Oncology and Hematology Medical Group in 2012.