Tracy Wang, MD
Dr. Tracy Wang is Chief of Comparative Clinical Effectiveness Research at the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI). Prior to joining PCORI, Dr. Wang was a professor of medicine at Duke University and director of health services and outcomes research at the Duke Clinical Research Institute. She has published more than 350 peer-reviewed articles and lectured widely on the use of big data to identify treatment gaps and develop strategies for intervention.
Throughout her career, Dr. Wang has worked diligently to address disparities in health access and outcomes. She has helped spearhead several national initiatives to foster diversity in research participation as well as in the research and healthcare workforce.
Dr. Wang obtained her doctor of medicine from Harvard University, her master of health science in clinical research from Duke University, and her master of science in molecular biochemistry and biophysics from Yale University. She completed training in internal medicine at Brigham and Women’s Hospital and subspecialty cardiology training at Duke University.