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Feng Wang, MD, MPH
Adult Physiatrist; Visiting Associate Professor, Tufts University School of Medicine
Department + Services
Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
Musculoskeletal rehabilitation: amputee and prosthesis, spinal cord injury
Seeing Patients In
Tufts Medical Center
Biewend Building, 14th Floor
800 Washington Street
Boston, MA 02111
Phone #: 617-636-5631
Fax #: 617-636-2551
Tufts Medical Center Specialty Center - Quincy
1690 Crown Colony Dr.
Quincy, MA 02169
Phone #: 857-403-4600
Fax #: 617-364-7363
1993-1994, Argall L and Anna G Hull Cancer Research Award/Young Principle Investigator Grant Award, Yale Comprehensive Cancer Center, Yale University School of Medicine
1986-1988, Research Assistantship, Yale University School of Medicine
1983, Highest Graduation Honor, Hunan (Xiang-Yale) Medical University, Changsha, China
1983, President of Clerkship Group, Hunan (Xiang-Yale) Medical University, Changsha, China
1978-1983, Highest Student Honor, Hunan (Xiang-Yale) Medical University, Changsha, China
1. Wang, F., Bernard A., An Analysis of Social and Medical Determinants Affecting Rehospitalization by Using indicators To Measure and Improve Quality of Care. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation.
2. Lynch M. M., Lavelle J., Wang F., Cryptogenic Stoke in a Young Adult with a history of Ventricular Septal Defect.. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. (in press).
3. Wang. F., Quality Evaluation of Acute Inpatient Rehabilitation Facilities in United States of America. Chinese Journal of Rehabilitation Medicine, Volume 25 Supplement July 2010. p79, ISSN 1001-1242, CN 11-2540/R.
4. I. Chernev, R. E. Petrea, M. S. Reynolds & F. Wang : The Classical Type of Foix-Chavany-Marie Syndrome: Assessment and Treatment of Dysphagia. The Internet Journal of Neurology. 2009 Volume 11 Number 1.
5. Shinchuk L, Wang F, Hollingsworth H, Chang J, Williams S. Nontuberculous Mycobacteria Infection In Immunocompetent Ventilator Dependent Spinal Cord Injury Patient. America Journal of Physical Meidcine & Rehabilitation 2006; 85 : 267.
6. Audette J, Wang F, Smith H Bilatral Activation of Motor Unit Potentials With Unilateral Needle Stimulation of Active Myofascial Trigger Points. American Journal Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation 2004; 83 (5): 368-374.
7. Audette J, Wang F. The Electrophysiological Characteristics of the Local Twitch Response in Subjects with Active Myofacial Pain of the Neck compared to a Control Group with Latent Trigger Points. Journal of New England Pain Association, Summer, 2002, Vol 7: Issue 2.
8. Wang F, Frisbie JH, Klein MA. Solitary Rectal Ulcer Syndrome (Colitis Cystica Profunda) in Spinal Cord Injury Patients: 3 Cases Reports. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation 2001; 82: 2:260-2.
9. Wang F, Millet I, Bottomly K, and Vignery A. Calcitonin gene related peptide inhibits IL-2 production by murine T lymphocytes. Journal of Biological Chemistry 1992;267:21052-21057.
10. Vignery A, Raymond M, Qian H-Y, Wang F, and Rosenzweig S A. Multinucleated Rat Alveolar Macrophages Express Functional Receptors for calcitonin. American Journal Physiology 1991;261: F1026-F1032.
Feng Wang, MD, MPH trained in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital Harvard Medical School. She has been practicing almost 20 years in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, focusing on the post CVA functional recovery, vascular rehabilitation and musculoskeletal rehabilitation.
Dr. Wang's personal interests include reading and dancing.