Tsung graduated from UC Berkeley with a bachelor degree in Molecular and Cell Biology as well as a minor degree in Global Poverty and Practice in Spring 2011. While at Berkeley, Tsung founded a student group "Volunteers Around the World at Berkeley" with Jennifer Lew (MS '07) where they focused on the indigenous population in rural Guatemala and conducted numerous public health research and humanitarian aid projects. He then entered the University of Illinois at Chicago's College of Medicine and earned his medical degree in the spring of 2015. While at medical school, he continued his public health involvement in research by studying HIV risk and prevention for migrant workers of Central Asia. Upon completing his OB/GYN residency in New York City and serving as a Resident Physician at New York-Presbyterian / Weill Cornell Medical Center, Tsung returned to Chicago for his fellowship in Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery (FPMRS) at Northwestern University. Most of his research interests focus on pelvic floor disorders and health disparity. He is currently a member of the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Committee at Northwestern.
High school: West Covina High School
University of California - BerkeleyBerkeley, CA
|2011||B.A. Molecular and Cellular Biology|
University of Illinois - ChicagoChicago, IL