Shu-Hua Wang, MD, MPH, TM, PharmD, Professor of Medicine at The Ohio State University (OSU), in Columbus, Ohio, United States. Dr. Wang is an infectious disease specialist physician scientist and the Director of Research and Implementation Science Capacity and Community Outreach for the OSU Global One Health initiative.
Her clinical research interests are in the area of 1) molecular epidemiology and tuberculosis (TB) and rapid diagnosis of tuberculosis in human and animal, and 2) drug-resistant Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) transmission in hospital and community settings. She currently serves as co-PI for the CDC-sponsored Global Health Security project and NIH Fogarty D43 Training Grant. She has global TB experience (e.g., China, Guatemala and Ethiopia), and leads implementation studies of rapid, field-deployable TB diagnostic platforms used for zoonotic animal-borne TB. She is the Medical Director of Ohio’s Ben Franklin TB Program and Medical TB Consultant for the Ohio Department of Health and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Regional Center of Excellence TB Consultant for Northeast region.