Dr. Ann Hsing
Dr. Ann Hsing
- Professor of Medicine, Stanford University, CA, USA
Dr. Ann Hsing is a professor of medicine at Stanford University and co-leader of the Population Sciences Program at Stanford Cancer Institute (SCI). She is a faculty fellow at the Center for Innovation in Global Health and Stanford Center for Population Health Sciences. Dr. Hsing is a molecular epidemiologist with over 30 years of experience. She is an internationally renowned expert on prostate and hepatobiliary cancer epidemiology, and served as a tenured senior investigator at the National Cancer Institute prior to joining Stanford. At SCI, Dr. Hsing leads the Liver Cancer Working Group and the low dose CT Screening for Lung Cancer Working Group. She chairs the Pacific Rim Alliance for Population Health, a new initiative at Stanford Medicine aimed at solving common and emerging health related issues in the Pacific Rim. Her current research focuses on liver cancer and lung cancer among never smokers—cancers that are particularly common in Asians and Asian Americans. At Stanford Prevention Research Center, Dr. Hsing serves as principal investigator of WELL Asia, an ongoing collaboration that has established prospective cohorts and biobanks in China, Taiwan, and Singapore to investigate socio-behavioral, biochemical, and molecular determinants of well-being. Throughout her career, Dr. Hsing has published over 290 peer-reviewed scientific articles and mentored over 65 post-doctoral fellows and junior investigators.