Anne Chiang, MD, PhD
Dr. Chiang currently serves 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. Her 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. Her 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, she is the Deputy Chief Medical Officer and Chief Integration Officer for Smilow Cancer Hospital (SCH). She has helped to build out the SCH Network and oversee operations, quality efforts and clinical research in Smilow Care Centers. She has a particular focus in quality measurement and improvement and has worked to achieve ASCO QOPI Certification for the entire Smilow academic clinical practice. She has spearheaded quality initiatives locally and nationally for ASCO. She is dedicated to quality improvement for patient-centered cancer services, and champions the use of patient-reported outcomes.