Su Wang, MD, MPH

New Jersey Hepatitis B Coalition
Livingston, NJ 

Su Wang, MD, MPH is an internist and the Medical Director of the Center for Asian Health at Saint Barnabas Medical Center in Livingston, NJ and leads the Chinese Health Initiative. Prior to this, Dr. Wang was the Assistant Director of Medical Affairs at the Charles B. Wang Community Health Center (CBWCHC) where she directed the hepatitis B programs at CBWCHC and was involved in community outreach, clinical care programs, and community based research. Dr. Wang was a reviewer for the Institutes of Medicine report “Hepatitis and Liver Cancer: A National Strategy for Prevention and Control ofHepatitis B and C.” She was invited to be in a White House panel for World Hepatitis Day 2011 and spoke at the Department of Health Human Service press conference for the release of the National Viral Hepatitis Action Plan. Dr. Wang received her medical degree from the University of Miami and obtained a Master’s Degree in Public Health from Johns Hopkins School of Public Health. She trained as an Epidemic Intelligence Service officer for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and worked for the Food and Drug Administration. Prior to that, she completed a combined internal medicine and pediatric residency at Georgetown University Hospital where she served as chief resident. Dr. Wang speaks Mandarin Chinese and English.

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HBV Articles and Blogs

Increasing Hepatitis B Awareness and Testing Among Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders; Ronald Valdiserri

African Immigrants at Increased Risk for Hepatitis B; Susannah Amiteye

Hepatitis is Still the Silent Killer | Commentary; Sen. Mazie K. Hirono, Reps. Michael M. Honda, Hank Johnson, and Bill Cassidy

Breaking the Silence of Viral HepatitisRonald Valdiserri & Howard Koh (HBU is noted in this article found in the Annals of Internal Medicine!)

Cambodian Orphan Finds New Life in MinnesotaMatthew Stolle

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