Dr. Low Wang joined the faculty of the University of Colorado Denver
School of Medicine after completing her fellowship in Endocrinology, Diabetes
and Metabolism at the University of Colorado. She graduated from Pomona College
with a B.A. in Chemistry, earned her medical degree from the University of
Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry, and completed her residency
training in Internal Medicine at the University of Utah Health Sciences
Center, where she served as Chief Medical Resident. She is
board-certified in Endocrinology, Metabolism, and Diabetes. She directs the
inpatient Glucose Management Team at the University of Colorado Hospital, sees
outpatients in the University of Colorado Endocrine Practice, and attends on both
the inpatient Endocrine consult service at the University of Colorado Hospital
and the VA Medical Center, and the inpatient medical service at the University
of Colorado Hospital. She is the Associate Director for the
Fellowship and Education in the Endocrinology Division. In addition, she is
actively involved with the Clinical Trialists Group at CPC Clinical Research. Dr.
Low Wang currently conducts clinical research in diabetes and metabolism. Her
prior research was focused on vascular smooth muscle cell biology, specifically
vascular wall insulin signaling, in a cell culture model of selective insulin
resistance and a porcine model of obesity and the metabolic syndrome. Her
clinical interests include: inpatient hyperglycemia, complications of diabetes
(particularly cardiovascular disease), insulin resistance, obesity and weight
management, vitamin D deficiency/insufficiency, and general endocrinology. Dr.
Low Wang recently completed the Teaching Scholars Program through the Academy
of Medical Educators.