Dr. Baik is an associate professor of medicine at the University of Washington. She treats patients with thoracic and head and neck malignancies at UW / SCCA. She is a physician and researcher, and enjoys being an educator to other physicians and trainees.
Her research interest focuses on development of targeted therapeutics in oncogene driven lung cancer. She is involved in many clinical trials evaluating the efficacy of small molecular inhibitors in lung cancer. She is also interested in understanding the mechanisms of primary and secondary resistance to immunotherapy.
Dr. Baik received her undergraduate degree in biology from University of Puget Sound, her M.D. degree from University of Rochester and M.P.H. degree from Harvard. After an internship and residency at Brown Medical School, she completed a clinical hematology-oncology fellowship at Tufts Medical Center and post-doctorate fellowship at Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center.
Outside of work, Dr. Baik enjoys hiking and exploring the outdoors with her husband.