Bio

Education & Certifications


  • Bachelor of Science, Stanford University, BIO-BS (2011)

Clerkships


  • 2014 Autumn - NENS 301A Neurology Core Clerkship
  • 2014 Autumn - SURG 300A Surgery Core Clerkship
  • 2014 Spring - MED 314A Advanced Medicine Clerkship
  • 2014 Spring - MED 313A Ambulatory Medicine Core Clerkship
  • 2014 Spring - PEDS 300A Pediatrics Core Clerkship
  • 2014 Summer - PSYC 300A Psychiatry Core Clerkship
  • 2014 Summer - SURG 300A Surgery Core Clerkship
  • 2014 Winter - OBGYN 300A Obstetrics and Gynecology Core Clerkship
  • 2014 Winter - PEDS 300A Pediatrics Core Clerkship
  • 2013 Autumn - MED 300A Internal Medicine Core Clerkship
  • 2013 Autumn - OPHT 300E Ophthalmology Clerkship
  • 2013 Autumn - PSYC 333A Sleep Medicine for Medical Students

Stanford Advisors


Publications

Journal Articles


  • Both HCV and HBV are Major Causes of Liver Cancer in Southeast Asians JOURNAL OF IMMIGRANT AND MINORITY HEALTH Lin, H., Ha, N. B., Ahmed, A., Ayoub, W., Daugherty, T. J., Lutchman, G. A., Garcia, G., Nguyen, M. H. 2013; 15 (6): 1023-1029

    Abstract

    The incidence of hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) is higher in Asian Americans than in other ethnicities. While hepatitis B virus (HBV) is common, hepatitis C virus (HCV) is more prevalent in some subgroups. Our goal was to determine the etiology of liver disease associated with HCC in subgroups of Asian Americans. This was an analysis of 510 Asian HCC patients at a US medical center. Patients were identified using ICD9 diagnosis. Multivariate logistic regression was used to study predictors of HCV as the cause of HCC. Patients were Southeast Asian, Chinese, and Korean, with similar gender, age, and foreign-born status. Southeast Asians had a similar proportion of HBV- and HCV-related HCC, while Chinese and Korean patients had a higher proportion of HBV-related HCC. HCC was usually associated with HBV in Chinese and Korean patients, but both HCV and HBV were important associations in Southeast Asians.

    View details for DOI 10.1007/s10903-013-9871-z

    View details for Web of Science ID 000326888100003

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