Dr. Nguyen is a clinician investigator. Her research areas include epidemiology, clinical outcomes, translational studies, and therapeutic clinical trials for chronic hepatitis B, chronic hepatitis C, liver cancer/tumors, other chronic liver diseases as cause of liver cancer such as nonalcoholic fatty liver disease and liver transplant-related issues.
Dr. Nguyen is active in global health with ongoing research collaboration and medical education program and exchanges with several countries in the Asia Pacific region. She is Faculty Fellow at the Center for Innovation in Global Health at Stanford University.
Our research lab includes trainees who are undergraduate students, medical students, graduate students in the Masters' in Epidemiology Program, interns/residents, gastroenterology/hepatology fellows, junior faculty, and visiting scholars. She has mentored over 100 trainees.
“I tailor the training to each mentee depending on their clinical and research interests and what they need the most from me, and I am always conscious of their timeline. They generally need to show results of their work by the time of fellowship application, which is usually only about a year to two after meeting me.
Mindie Nguyen, MD, MAS
Professor of Medicine in the Divison of Gastroenterology & Hepatology, is currently mentoring a third-year resident, three second-year residents and one intern.