Nancy Wang M.D.

Dr. Nancy Wang graduated from Stanford University in 2011 earning her degree in Biological Sciences with a focus on neuroscience. She went on to earn her medical degree at University of California, Davis then completed her five-year residency in Otolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery at University of California San Francisco. Along the way, she has earned accolades for her research and her academic aptitude including the Firestone medal, Merck Manual Award, induction into the Alpha Omega Alpha society, and the Muriel Steele Society Honor Roll.

She cares for patients with a broad spectrum of ear, nose, and throat disorders of all ages. This includes sinus disease, head and neck cancer, voice and swallow disorders, nasal disorders, and ear complaints. She has a particular interest in salivary gland disorders using endoscopic techniques to remove salivary stones and dilate narrowed salivary ducts. She is also interested in managing obstructive sleep apnea and proficient in sleep surgery including implantation of the Inspire device.

She grew up speaking Spanish with her family and gladly accepts Spanish speaking patients.
In her free time, she enjoys cooking for her friends and family, hiking and camping, and learning to grow new plants. She also is an avid badminton player.

Education

Stanford University, B.S. in Biological Sciences with Honors 2007 – 2011

University of California, Davis, M.D. 2012 – 2016

Internship/Residency

University of California, San Francisco 2016 – 2021

Awards and Honors

Muriel Steele Society Honor Roll, 2021

Alpha Omega Alpha society, inducted 2016

Merck Manual Award 2016

Firestone Medal for Research Honors Theses 2011

Diplomate, American Board of Otolaryngology, 2017-present