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Dr. Jian Jenny Tang was born and raised in Shanghai, China and moved to the United States in 1988 with her family to pursue a higher education. She graduated Magna Cum Laude from the University of Wisconsin with a Bachelor of Science in Chemistry and Biochemistry. She then obtained her Medical Degree from the University of Wisconsin Medical School in Madison where she graduated top of her class. She completed her residency at Albert Einstein College of Medicine in 2002. Dr. Tang received plenty of recognition and awards and was on the Dean’s Honor List on many occasions throughout college and medical school. She was awarded by her medical students for excellence in teaching. She also has been voted one of America’s top obstetricians and gynecologists yearly since 2006 by the Consumer’s Research Council of America. Dr. Tang has over 15 years experience in general obstetrics and gynecology and has delivered over 3,000 babies. She is skilled in diagnosing and providing basic treatment for patients with infertility issues. She also has a strong interest in minimally invasive gynecologic procedures. Dr. Tang is an advocate for her patients by balancing modern western medicine and holistic eastern medicine. Dr. Tang is a published author with a special interest in hormone replacement therapy during perimenopause and menopause, hypertension during pregnancy and polycystic ovarian syndrome. She has been invited to speak at major Chinese medical centers and universities. She is actively involved in the Chinese community. Dr. Tang brings her background to serve the needs of the diverse community in New York City. She speaks fluent Mandarin and Shanghainese. Dr. Tang lives in Manhattan with her family and enjoys outdoor activities such as jogging, hiking, kayaking and skiing. She also immerses herself in the rich culture of New York City and spends time with her family by going to museums, parks, concerts and the theatre.