Anne Chiang

Anne Chiang

MD, PhD
Associate Professor; Chief Network Officer and Deputy Chief Medical Officer, Smilow Cancer Network

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Anne Chiang, MD, PhD
Anne Chiang

Appointments

Biography

I currently serve as an Associate Professor of Medicine in the Section of Medical Oncology, specializing in thoracic oncology, with a background in translational research in metastasis, as well as extensive experience in clinical practice in both academic and community settings.  My clinical focus has been to build a small cell lung cancer program at Yale with a comprehensive portfolio of clinical trials testing novel therapeutics for these patients.  My research interests focus on development of clinical trials and translational studies to test novel agents and combinations with immune checkpoint inhibitors for both small cell and non-small cell lung tumors.  

In addition, I am the Deputy Chief Medical Officer and Chief Network Officer for Smilow Cancer Hospital (SCH).  I have helped to build our SCH Network and oversee operations, quality efforts and clinical research in our Smilow Care Centers.  I have a particular focus in quality measurement and improvement and have worked to achieve ASCO QOPI Certification for the entire Smilow academic clinical practice.  I have spearheaded quality initiatives locally and nationally for ASCO.  I am dedicated to quality improvement for patient-centered cancer services, and champion the use of patient-reported outcomes.     

Education & Training

  • MD
    Cornell University Medical College (1999)
  • PhD
    Harvard University (1995)
  • AB
    Princeton University, Molecular Biology (1987)
  • Fellow
    Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
  • Senior Resident
    New York Presbyterian Hospital - Columbia Medical Center
  • Intern
    New York Presbyterian Hospital Columbia Medical Center

Honors & Recognition

AwardAwarding OrganizationDate
CDA Award (2007-2010)ASCO2007
YIA RecipientASCO2005
Clinical Scholars Award (2005-2007)Charles Dana Foundation2005
Cancer Chemotherapy Training Program Grantee (2004-2005)National Institute of Health (NIH)2004
Fulbright Fellowship1987

Professional Service

OrganizationRoleDate
American Association for Cancer ResearchMember2004 - 2005
American Society of HematologyMember2003 - 2004
American Society of Clinical OncologyMember2003 - Present

Departments & Organizations