Your Source for HBV Patient Education & Tools
Welcome to the HBV Patient Education Hub. Here you will find educational resources and tools designed to help you better understand how HBV is transmitted, the importance of screening for HBV, and your treatment options. You will also find a variety of tools, including videos and an animated guide that provide useful information about HBV.
Our aim is to provide you with information you can use to have informed discussions with your health care provider, become your own best advocate, and improve your health outcomes and quality of life.
If there are specific resources you are looking for that are not listed here, please feel free to contact us for help by emailing email@example.com.
Meet the Faculty
Joseph Ahn, MD, MS, FAASLD, FACG, AGAF
Professor of Medicine
Section Chief, Division of Gastroenterology and Hepatology
Director of Clinical Hepatology
Oregon Health & Science University
Dr. Joseph Ahn is a transplant hepatologist with Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU) in Portland, Oregon. He is a Professor of Medicine and serves as the Section Chief of Gastroenterology and Director of Clinical Hepatology. As a transplant hepatologist, Dr. Ahn treats patients with chronic liver diseases as well as liver transplant candidates and recipients. His research interest is focused on hepatitis B, hepatitis C, and liver cancer.
Amy Shen Tang, MD
Director of Immigrant Health
North East Medical Services
San Francisco, CA
Dr. Amy Shen Tang is a primary care internist and the new Director of Immigrant Health at North East Medical Services (NEMS) in the San Francisco Bay Area where she oversees clinical programs and community outreach for hepatitis B, latent tuberculosis, and other immigrant health disparities. As Co-Chair for the National Hepatitis B Primary Care Workgroup and Advisor to the National Taskforce on Hepatitis B, she leads a workgroup of hepatitis B experts from the American Association of Study of Liver Diseases, the Center for Disease Control, Project ECHO, and the University of Washington to develop web-based hepatitis B guidance for primary care providers managing chronic hepatitis B.