Dr. Hang Pham, MD, MPH, is a distinguished public health professional with over two decades of experience in research and program development. With an educational background from the University of London and Hanoi Medical University, Pham has led significant projects at the Stanford University School of Medicine's Asian Liver Center and contributed to pivotal public health initiatives with the U.S CDC and USAID/Pact International in Vietnam. Dr. Pham excels in strategic management, policy advocacy, and applying data science in healthcare to enhance outcomes in underserved areas. Her proficiency with data tools like STATA and R, along with her experience in handling extensive datasets, underscores her comprehensive expertise in the field.

In addition to her professional achievements, Dr. Hang Pham is deeply committed to mentoring, having guided hundreds of student interns with a passion for cultivating the next generation of public health experts. Her dedication to mentorship reflects her commitment to empowering future leaders in the field.

Focus Areas: Reproductive Health, HIV/AIDS, Viral Hepatitis, Infectious Diseases, Data Analytics, Grant Management, Community Engagement Outreach.

Teaching Role: Co-instructor for various training programs

Previous Associations: ChildFund Australia, USAID/Pact International, U.S. Center for Disease Control and Prevention

Current Role at Stanford

Stanford School of Medicine: Senior Research Scientist

Stanford Prevention Policy Modeling Lab: Affiliated Member (