Dr. Fang is a hospital-based physician and researcher as well as the medical director of the UCSF Anticoagulation Clinic. As a hospitalist, she provides clinical care for patients who are hospitalized at UCSF Medical Center and supervises resident physicians and medical students.
Fang is an associate professor of medicine at UCSF. She completed an internal medicine residency at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston, obtained a master's of public health from Harvard School of Public Health and a general internal medicine fellowship from Massachusetts General Hospital. She joined the UCSF Division of Hospital Medicine in 2003. Her research focuses on cardiovascular epidemiology — addressing the use of anticoagulants in clinical care. Ongoing research projects include: the ATRIA cohort study of atrial fibrillation, the CVRN venous thromboemobolism cohort study and the clarification of optimal anticoagulant through genetics clinical trail of warfarin pharmacogenetics.
Northwestern University Medical School 1998
Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Internal Medicine 2001
Massachusetts General Hospital, Internal Medicine 2003
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