Sujie Tang, MD, MS
Dr. Sujie Tang is a board certified physician in Oncology, Hematology, and Internal Medicine. She completed her residency training in Internal Medicine at Texas Tech Health Science Center and her fellowship training in Hematology/Oncology at the University of Southern California (USC).
Dr. Tang began her medical training in China where she graduated from Shandong Medical University, completed her Internal Medicine residency, Chief residency and worked as a faculty attending physician at Beijing Red Cross Chaoyang Hospital, a Capital Medical University affiliated hospital. Prior to moving to America, she was enrolled in graduate school studying Public Health at the prestigious Peking Union Medical College. Upon arriving in America, Dr. Tang enrolled at Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville and obtained a Master of Science in Computer Science and Information Systems while also studying and preparing for her United States Medical Licensing Examinations (USMLE).
Dr. Tang worked as a research assistant at Washington University in St. Louis before starting her residency in Internal Medicine at Texas Tech Health Science Center. She worked for one year as an Internist in Dallas before starting her fellowship training in Hematology and Oncology at USC. During her fellowship, she worked in urgent care at H. Claude Hudson Health Center as well. She studied Bone Marrow Transplant at Baylor Medical Center and City of Hope.
Dr. Tang previously worked at Comprehensive Blood and Cancer Center (CBCC) which is one of the largest privately owned cancer centers in the state of California. She gained the respect and trust of her patients by providing personalized care combined with state-of-the-art cancer treatment. She also worked as a Per Diem Hematologist and Oncologist for Kaiser Permanente in Los Angeles prior to working at CBCC.
Dr. Tang is an active researcher with papers published in medical journals and poster presentations at conferences. During her fellowship, her research project received The Fellow Research Award. This award is given each year to the top researcher. Her most recent abstract was presented at the Genitourinary American Society of Clinical Oncology (GU ASCO), Genitourinary Cancer Symposium in January, 2016. She also supported UCLA clinical research studies while working at CBCC.
Dr. Tang is a dedicated and enthusiastic educator. She taught medical students, pharmaceutical students and residents at Kern Medical Center, which is a UCLA-affiliated Internal Medicine and Family Medicine program. She currently teaches medical students and residents at Northridge Hospital Medical Center, which is also a UCLA-affiliated Family Medicine Program.
Dr. Tang is an advocate for cancer patients. She is actively involved in education and fundraising events for cancer research and clinical care.
In her spare time, Dr. Tang enjoys hiking, swimming, painting, going to the beach and spending time with her friends, family, and Keanu, her German shepherd.