Dr. Nancy Ewen Wang has strong interest and dedication to, community health, education, and researching disparities in pediatric emergency care, both internationally and in California. Currently Dr. Wang serves as Associate Director of Pediatric Emergency Medicine and Associate Professor of Surgery and Pediatrics at the Stanford University School of Medicine. She is also director of the Social Emergency Medicine Fellowship at Stanford. Dr. Wang is active in undergraduate education. She has served as course director of the Human Biology undergraduate course International Public Health, as well a the sophomore seminar which focuses on teaching students about the social and economic aspects of international health. She is presently working with the undergraduate student group, Stanford Health Advocates and Research Program (SHARP). Dr. Wang has worked extensively in Latin America in countries such as Mexico, Guatemala and Bolivia as a practicing physician as well as medical educator for Latin American medical students, residents and physicians. Most recently, she has also worked at the ASRI clinic in rural Borneo as a volunteer physician. Dr. Wang has a strong interest in decreasing health outcome disparities in the pediatric emergency medicine population. Her current research includes investigating disparities in trauma access in the California pediatric population.
For more information, please go to: https://med.stanford.edu/profiles/nancy-wang.