Emina Huang, M.D., is the executive vice-chair of research. She is a world-class researcher and clinician from the Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine, where she served as a professor of surgery.
Dr. Huang is a graduate of the Stanford University School of Medicine, performed a residency in general surgery at the Ohio State University, and completed a colorectal surgery fellowship at Grant Medical Center in Columbus, Ohio. In addition to her clinical training, Dr. Huang has also earned a master’s degree in business administration from the Case Western Reserve Weatherhead School of Management.
Dr. Huang is a nationally and internationally renowned surgical scientist. Her research findings in colorectal cancer genesis have been published in high-impact journals such as Nature Communications and Nature Biotechnology, and she has had consistent NIH funding over the past two decades.
In her role as executive vice-chair of research, she oversees a rapidly expanding portfolio of intramural- and extramural-funded research that spans the clinical, health services, and basic and translational science domains. As a faculty member in the Division of Colon & Rectal Surgery, Dr. Huang provides cutting-edge colorectal care at the Parkland Health & Hospital System. She specializes in treating benign and colorectal diseases and can receive referrals at the multidisciplinary colorectal clinic at Parkland.
- Medical School
- Stanford University School of Medicine (1989)
- Research Fellowship
- Ohio State University Hospital (1995), Transplant Surgery
- Ohio State University Hospital (1997), General Surgery
- Grant Medical Center (1998), Colon & Rectal Surgery