Tien M.H. Ng is a member of the inaugural group of fellows of the Heart Failure Society of America (HFSA), one of the most distinguished appointments the organization offers its members.
Fellowship of the Heart Failure Society of America is bestowed for professional achievement and contributions to the society. Those nominated for the designation are selected based on outstanding credentials, achievements, and contributions to heart failure clinical practice, research, publications, and educational expertise.
Dr. Ng, an associate professor of clinical pharmacy, completed a BS Pharmacy in 1994 from Dalhousie University in Halifax (Canada), a PharmD in 1998 from Wayne State University (Detroit) and a Cardiovascular Pharmacotherapy Fellowship in 2000 from the University of Utah (Salt Lake City). He has been a board certified pharmacotherapy specialist since 2001.
Prior to joining USC in March 2004, Dr. Ng was an assistant professor at the University of Nebraska Medical Center. His research interest is cardiovascular pathophysiology and pharmacotherapy, with a special interest in heart failure. He was the recipient of the Heart Failure Society of America Clinical/Integrative Physiology New Investigator Award in 2002. Read more about Tien M.H. Ng