Inspiring the next generation.
Creating Medication / Treatment / Allergy Cards
Led by: Liana Wu. Newport High School.
Mentored by: Drs. Ying Liu (Ob&Gyn), Ying Jiang (Biostatistics) and Mr. Lawrence Pang
(Seattle Senior Center)
Student participants in this project:
- Ethan Fong. Chinook Middle School.
Organizing Health Education Seminars
Led by: Kristin Yao. Inglemoor High School.
Mentored by: Drs. Ming Fan (Anesthesia) and Jiang Wu (Anesthesia & Pain).
Website Design and Management
Led by: Enoch Chung and Jasmine Shen. Neurobiology at University of Washington.
Mentored by: Drs. Hong Ren (IM), Lei Gao (Cardiology), Weiqun Guo (Optometry), Ying Liu (Ob&Gyn), and Lili Yao (IM).
Students participants in this project:
- Alice Chen. Newport High School.
- Jonathan Feng. Odle Middle School.
- Helena Feng. Odle Middle School.
- Kyle Yu. Newport High School.
- Connie Zhao. Woodinville High School.
Completed postdoctoral and internal medicine residency training at Ohio State University. Now is a senior fellow in Hematology/Oncology at Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center / University of Washington. Responsible for coordinating the youth leadership projects. Very willing to help you complete community service projects!
Studied medicine at Massachusetts Medical School, and afterwards completed internal medicine residency training at Kingsbrook Jewish Medical Center. Currently working in CHI Franciscan Health's inpatient department. Willing to use her expertise to help with community development, and the education and development of young people.
Dr. Jiang Wu is a well-rounded interventional pain specialist, who specializes in both acute and chronic pain management. He was trained in Anesthesiology and Comprehensive Pain Medicine at the prestigious Cleveland Clinic Anesthesiology Institute, the #2 Ranked Best Hospital in the United States in 2017 and currently am working in the department of Anesthesiology and Pain Medicine department at UWMC, the #1 Ranked Best Hospital in Washington Sate. Dr. Jiang Wu is also a clinical researcher and educator, who authored over 20 manuscripts on the diagnosis and treatment of pain. His clinic focus is to provide advanced interventional pain care while maintaining patient maximum safety in a multi-disciplinary tertiary pain referral center.
Completed internal medicine residency training at the University of Texas Medical School, now working at Swedish Medical Group's mill creek campus. Willing to help students who are interested to learn more about the medical profession.
Trained in the Alameda Health System, is now engaged in cancer drug development while also doing medical clinic.
Trained at New England College of Optometry. She is a Delaware registered optometrist. She currently works at Private Eye Clinic Optometry Vision Plus of Tukwila and is very happy to help you complete your community service projects.
Completed master's degree in biostatistics at Case Western Reserve University. Post-doctoral research done at the Cleveland Clinic. Wants to help children with ideas and implement plans to achieve goals.