Dr. Huaiyu Yang MD Psychiatrist

Dr. Huaiyu Yang is a psychiatrist in San Mateo, California. She received her medical degree from West China University of Medical Sciences and has been in practice for 21 years. She also speaks multiple languages, including Chinese (Mandarin).

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Specialty & Clinical Interests

Psychiatrist: General Psychiatry

Other Languages Spoken

  • Chinese (Mandarin)

Education & Medical Training

Massachusetts General Hospital
Residency, Pediatrics/Psychiatry/Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 2006–2009

Massachusetts General Hospital
Internship, Internal Medicine, 2005–2006

West China University of Medical Sciences
Class of 1993

Massachusetts General Hospital
Chief Residency, Psychiatry, 2008–2009

Stanford University
Fellowship, Psychiatry, 2009–2012

Certifications & Licensure

American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology
Certified 2 years in Psychiatry

CA State Medical License
Active through 2015

MA State Medical License
Active through 2015

Publications & Presentations

Decoding the Biology of Bipolar Disorder: an Update on Recent Findings in Genetics, Imaging and Immunology
Yang H

. Keeping Culture-bound Syndromes in Cultural Context: the Case of Koro
Yang H, Tranulis C, Freudenreich O

SALL4 is a new target in endometrial cancer.
Li, A.,Jiao, Y.,Yong, K. J.,Wang, F.,Gao, C.,Yan, B.,Srivastava, S.,Lim, G. S.,Tang, P.,Yang, H.,Tenen, D. G.,Chai, L.

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