Dr. Jennifer Ng is a patient and kind primary care physician. She is interested in building long term therapeutic relationships with her patients and working with her patients to help them develop healthier lifestyles. Dr. Ng graduated from NYU School of Medicine in New York and also completed her internal medicine residency at NYU Medical Center. She is a certified obesity medicine specialist and now serves as an associate editor for Obesity Pillars, journal of the Obesity Medicine Association (OMA), and the chair of the OMA's outreach committee. Additionally, she has been invited to give talks on obesity medicine including Grand Rounds and a lecture on plant-based diets at the OMA's national conference. She currently works at Mount Sinai Primary Care Faculty Practice Associates. Of note, she also speaks Chinese (both Mandarin and Cantonese).
Please listen to Dr. Ng's podcast on The effectiveness of wearable technologies as physical activity interventions in weight control: A systematic review and meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials. You can also read her latest articles entitled "Plant-Based Diets for Obesity Treatment", "4 Metabolic Phenotypes to Aid in Weight Loss | Obesity Medicine Association", "Understanding The Dietary Inflammatory Index & Foods That Reduce Stress" and https://bariatrictimes.com/how-socioeconomic-circumstances-impact-obesity/
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