Internal medicine doctor
- Fellowship: Stanford University (2010) CA
- Board Certification: Internal Medicine, American Board of Internal Medicine (1998)
- Residency: UT Southwestern Medical School (1998) TX
- Internship: UT Southwestern Medical School (1996) TX
- Medical Education: University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center (1995) TX
- MPH, UC Berkeley (2003)
- Residency, UT Southwestern, Dallas, Internal Medicine (1998)
Honors & Awards
- Fellow, AHA 34th Seminar on the Epidemiology and Prevention of CVD (2008)
- Assistant Clinical Professor, University of California, San Francisco (1998 - 2010)
- Clinical Assistant Professor, Stanford (2010 - Present)
Trends in menopausal hormone therapy use of US office-based physicians, 2000-2009
Tsai, S. A., Stefanick, M. L., & Stafford, R. S. (2011). Trends in menopausal hormone therapy use of US office-based physicians, 2000-2009. MENOPAUSE-THE JOURNAL OF THE NORTH AMERICAN MENOPAUSE SOCIETY, 18(4), 385–392.
Gender Differences in Weight-Related Attitudes and Behaviors Among Overweight and Obese Adults in the United States.
Tsai, S. A., Lv, N., Xiao, L., & Ma, J. (2016). Gender Differences in Weight-Related Attitudes and Behaviors Among Overweight and Obese Adults in the United States. American Journal of Men's Health, 10(5), 389–398.
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