Weijie Wang, BA

Clinical Research Coordinator

Weijie Wang was born in China, immigrated to Canada, and finally to California. She attended the University of California, Berkeley, where she received her B.A. in Molecular and Cell Biology and French. She also obtained a minor in Global Public Health. Since starting undergrad studies, she has involved herself with organizations serving low-income, immigrant Asian and Hispanic communities to address health disparities and barriers to care. She has volunteered with the Alameda County Public Health Department (ACPHD) to inform Chinese immigrants about their hepatitis B status and to refer them to health care and community services. The data she has collected were used to inform and shape ACPHD health policies. She has also interned for the nonprofit SF Hep B Free, where she organized hepatitis B vaccine and test clinics and helped launch a telehealth program for hepatologists to train rural primary care physicians on how to treat and manage hepatitis B. She also volunteers as a mental health hotline counselor where she comforts people in mental health crises. Prior to this position she worked as a Staff Research Associate at UCSF. Weijie loves spending free time with family and friends, cooking, and spending time outdoors walking, swimming, rollerblading, and camping.
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