Please welcome Dr. Shuojing Song!
Shuojing Song.MD, MPH joins us as a resident from Tampa FL. Dr. Song completed his undergraduate education at MIT in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science and attended medical school at Northwestern. He has completed a Pediatric residency (MD) at Children’s National Medical Center in Washington DC and has Volunteer experience including time in residency as Admission Coordinator with a focus on resident recruitment, interviewing, and application review. Shuojing was awarded the Copello Health Advocacy Fellow which focused on describing cultural shifts required to achieve high value health care amongst a culturally diverse population. He also developed the Cultural Sensitivity Skills Program, which is a skills
oriented curriculum designed to teach medical students a framework for culturally sensitive communication, develop habits and attitudes conducive to providing culturally competent care, and provide tangible skills to address cross-cultural issues in clinical practice. This work has been instituted in over 30 medical schools and has helped over 300 students develop skills to provide care in culturally sensitive areas. His Research experience is vast and includes multiple publications in pediatric literature mainly involving brain neurogenesis and stem cells. He speaks Chinese and Spanish, and is also a professional snowboarder and instructor, he enjoys surfing, wake boarding, and is a food writer.