Education and Training
MD - Emory University School of Medicine, Atlanta, GA
Pediatrics - University of Washington, Seattle, WA
Adolescent Medicine - The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Clinical Scholars Program - University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA
CDC Experience Applied Epidemiology - Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, GA
Titles and Academic Titles
Wong CA, Merchant RM, Moreno MA. Using social media to engage adolescents and young adults with their health. Healthcare 2014:220-224.
Redwood D, Suryaprasad A, Haverkamp D, Wong C, Provost E, Espey D. Evaluating an electronic measure of colorectal cancer screening at Indian Health Service facilitates, 2008-2010. IHS Provider 2014;39(6):86-93.
Merchant RM, Ha YP, Wong CA, Schwartz A, Sap M, Ungar LH, Asch DA. The US Government #Shutdown and Health: an Emerging Role for Social Media. AJPH 2014; 104(12):2248-2250.
Wong CA, Asch DA, Vinoya CM, Ford CA, Baker T, Town R, Merchant RM. The Experience of Young Adults on Healthcare.gov: Suggestions for Improvement. Annals of Internal Medicine 2014; 161(3):231-2.
Wong CA, Gachupin F, Holman RC, Singleton R, Cheek J, Holve S, MacDorman M. American Indian and Alaska Native Infant and Pediatric Mortality, United States, 1999-2009. American Journal of Public Health 2014; 104 Suppl 3:S320-8.
Wong CA, David JC, Asch DA, Shugerman RP. Political Tug-of-War and Pediatric Residency Funding. N Engl J Med 2013; 369(25):2372-4.
Wong CA, Taylor JA, Wright J, Opel DJ, Katzenellenbogen RA. Missed opportunities for adolescent vaccination, 2006-2010. J Adolesc Health 2013; 53(4):492-7.
Posters and Presentations
Wong CA, Asch DA, Vinoya CM, Ford CA, Baker T, Town B, Merchant RM. Seeing Health Insurance and HealthCare.gov through the Eyes of Young Adults. Presented at the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Clinical Scholars National Meeting, New Orleans, Louisiana. November 2014.
Wong CA, Asch DA, Vinoya CM, Ford CA, Baker T, Town B, Merchant RM. The Experience of Young Adults on Healthcare.gov. Presented at the Second Annual Health Insurance Marketplace Conference, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. April 2014.
Wong CA, Ford CA, French B, Rubin DM. Changing Primary Care Patterns for Young Adults Under the ACA: An Expanded Role for Pediatricians? Presented at the Pediatric Academic Societies’ National Meeting, Vancouver, BC. May 2014.
Wong CA, Ostapovich G, Kramer-Golinkoff E, Griffs H, Asch DA, Merchant RM. US Children’s Hospitals: Getting Savvy with Social Media. Presented at the Pediatric Academic Societies’ National Meeting, Vancouver, BC. May 2014.
Wong CA, Gachupin F, Holman RC, Singleton R, Cheek J, Holve S, MacDorman M. American Indian and Alaska Native Infant and Pediatric Mortality, United States, 1999-2009. Presented at the American Public Health Association Meeting, Boston, Massachusetts. November 2013.
Wong CA, Taylor JA, Wright J, Opel DJ, Katzenellenbogen RA. Missed opportunities for adolescent vaccination, 2006-2010. Presented at the Pediatric Academic Societies’ National Meeting, Washington, DC. May 2013.
Wong CA, Taylor JA, Wright J, Opel DJ, Katzenellenbogen RA. Missed opportunities for adolescent vaccination, 2006-2010. Presented at the Seattle Children’s Hospital Resident/Fellow’s Research Day, Seattle, Washington. April 2013.
Groom A, Hennessy T, Singleton R, Wong CA, Butler J, Cheek J, Holve S. Pneumonia and influenza morality among American Indian/Alaska Native infants, 1990-2008. Presented at the 5th International Meeting on Indigenous Child Health, Portland, Oregon. April 2013.
Davis J, Wong CA, May A, Johnson E, Greenzang K, McPhillips H, Shugerman R, Marshall S, Batra M. Developing a novel model for decreasing evening sign-out interruptions. Presented at the Association of Pediatric Program Directors/COMSEP Annual Spring Meeting, Nashville, Tennessee. April 2013.
Awards and Honors
2014, Finalist for Society for Adolescent Health and Medicine New Investigator Award
2013, Abraham B. Bergman Prize
2013, Outstanding Research Presentation Award
2011, Society for Adolescent Health and Medicine (SAHM) Career Development Award
2010, Graduated summa cum laude, Emory University School of Medicine, Atlanta, Georgia
2010, Emory University School of Medicine Dean’s Award
2008-2010, Alpha Omega Alpha, President of Emory University School of Medicine Chapter
2009, Most Outstanding Student Award, Emory University School of Medicine
2005-2010, Robert Woodruff Memorial Fellowship in Medicine (scholarship), Emory University School of Medicine, Atlanta, Georgia
2004, Graduated with Highest Distinction, University of North Carolina
2004, Irene F. Lee Chancellor’s Award, University of North Carolina
2003-2004, Phi Beta Kappa, President of University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill chapter
2004, Order of the Grail-Valkyries, University of North Carolina
2004, Order of the Old Well, University of North Carolina
2000-2004, John Motley Morehead Scholar, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Editorial and Academic Positions
2013-present, AAP Grand Rounds, Adolescent Health Contributing Section Editor
Leadership and Memberships
Memberships in professional organizations
2013-present, Academy Health
2013-present, American Public Health Association
2011-present, Society for Adolescent Health and Medicine
2010-present, American Academy of Pediatrics
Patient Experience Ratings
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