Regina Wang

Title(s)Assistant Clinical Professor, Family Medicine and Public Health
SchoolHealth Sciences
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    Dr. Regina Wang received her medical degree from UC San Diego’s School of Medicine. She is board certified in Family Medicine. After residency, she worked at several underserved community clinics serving primarily immigrant uninsured and underinsured populations in Los Angeles. She also lived abroad for over one year to work in a public sector hospital in South Africa. Other countries she has done medical work in include: Papua New Guinea, Ecuador, and Mexico. Dr. Wang believes that everyone deserves quality healthcare, regardless of race, citizenship, or socioeconomic status.

    Dr. Wang hopes to impart to medical students and residents the importance of global health and collaboration with colleagues in other countries. Her approach to clinical global health work is to foster long-term relationships with foreign educational institutions and to empower local communities.

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    1. Engelberg M, Nakaji MC, Harry KM, Wang RM, Kennedy A, Pan TM, Sanchez T, Sadler GR. Promotion of Healthy Humor Cancer Education Messages for the Deaf Community. J Cancer Educ. 2019 Apr; 34(2):323-328. PMID: 29204806.
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    2. Wang R, Aldridge AA, Malcarne VL, Choe S, Branz P, Sadler GR. Health locus of control and assimilation of cervical cancer information in Deaf women. J Cancer Educ. 2010 Sep; 25(3):354-9. PMID: 20229077.
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    3. Choe S, Lim RS, Clark K, Wang R, Branz P, Sadler GR. The impact of cervical cancer education for deaf women using a video educational tool employing American sign language, open captioning, and graphics. J Cancer Educ. 2009; 24(1):10-5. PMID: 19259859.
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