||Marjorie C. Wang, MD, MPH
||Medical College of Wisconsin, 8701 W. Watertown Plank Road, Neurosurgery HUB 4th Floor, Wauwatosa, WI 53226
||United States of America
Marjorie Wang, MD, MPH is Professor; Vice Chair of Clinical Operations and Quality; Chief of the Community Division of Neurosurgery; and Director of the Complex Spine Fellowship Program at the Medical College of Wisconsin. She attended Brown University and obtained her MD from Loyola Stritch School of Medicine. Dr. Wang completed neurosurgery residency at the University of Colorado in Denver, then moved to Seattle where she joined the faculty at the University of Washington, and obtained advanced training in public health and health services as a Robert Wood Johnson Clinical Scholar and at the University of Washington School of Public Health. In 2005, she moved to Wisconsin to pursue further in-depth clinical training as a spine fellow before joining the faculty at the Medical College of Wisconsin. Dr. Wang then received a three-year Robert Wood Johnson Physician Faculty Scholars Award to study health outcomes after cervical spine surgery.
She has served a number of roles at the Medical College, including Clinical Director of the multidisciplinary SpineCare clinics and Physician Safety and Quality Officer. Dr. Wang's clinical practice and research focuses on spine, patient reported outcomes, quality of care, and health services. She has particular interest in cervical spinal disorders and imaging techniques, and has been involved in a number of funded clinical trials. She is the Director of the Spine Service Line for the Froedtert/Medical College of Wisconsin Enterprise, which includes three hospitals and 32 community-based clinics. She is co-chair of the Safety Committee for the Integrated Procedural Platform of Froedtert/Medical College of Wisconsin. Dr. Wang is passionate about the role of surgeons in leadership, quality, and patient advocacy. She is an active member of the AANS/CNS and is Past Chair of the Joint Section on Disorders of the Spine and Peripheral Nerves (2017-2018). She serves on the Editorial Board of Journal of Neurosurgery, Spine, and as a Spine Section Editor for World Neurosurgery. In May 2018, she began a six-year term as a Director of the American Board of Neurological Surgery. Dr. Wang is also one of 61 senior female faculty members from across the United States and Canada selected to participate in the 2019-2020 Hedwig van Ameringen Executive Leadership in Academic Medicine® (ELAM) Program for Women.