Zizhen (Feifei) Feng, M.D., PhD., is a hematologist, medical oncologist and member of Summit Health’s Oncology and Cancer Care team. She attended medical school at Shandong University School of Medicine in China, and also earned her PhD while attending Sun Yat-sen University and MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston. Dr. Feng performed her medicine residency at Yale New Haven Health in Connecticut, and Hematology/Oncology fellowship at OHSU in Portland, Oregon.
Dr. Feng is extensively trained and practiced in hematology and medical oncology. She treats a wide variety of cancers, with a special interest in genitourinary, gastrointestinal and breast oncology. In addition to cancers, she also treats blood disorders – blood clots and bleeding. “I feel everyone has unique needs and demands. I feel strongly about tailoring approach to treatment to the person’s values,” Dr. Feng says. Working alongside a team of Summit Health providers, Dr. Feng will devise a treatment plan to best treat the cancer with the patient’s goals at the center of her care.
Growing up surrounded by physicians, Dr. Feng realized that her true passion in medicine was in Oncology. As part of her PhD and post-doc training, Dr. Feng was involved in a number of cancer research projects, and her research findings have been published in multiple high impact journals, such as Cell, JAMA Internal Medicine, Nature Communications, Oncology, Clinical Genitourinary cancer, etc. During her fellowship, she also was able to write a clinical trial on a new treatment of kidney cancer. You can read her research publications here.
In her spare time, Dr. Feng enjoys hiking, razor clamming, mushroom hunting, Orange Theory Fitness, and playing golf. She also loves exploring the outdoors and all that Central Oregon has to offer.