Holly Wing, MA
Sr. Clinical Research Coordinator
Ms. Wing is a research analyst and clinical research coordinator with the University of California, San Francisco Center for Health and Community. She provides research support to SIREN and curates content for the SIREN website database. Ms. Wing currently coordinates the Health Advocates II Study at Zuckerberg San Francisco General hospital examining the health and utilization impacts of systematically addressing families’ social determinants of health in the context of pediatric urgent care delivery. Ms. Wing has worked recently with Dr. Gottlieb on the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation funded project identifying the range and evaluation efforts of interventions addressing social determinants of health in clinical settings and the Commonwealth funded project examining how interventions addressing these social determinants have been adopted in the context of Medicaid Managed Care programs.
Ms. Wing received her BA in Human Development from Antioch College in Yellow Springs, Ohio in 1993 and her MA in Developmental Psychology from San Francisco State University in 2001. Since joining the UCSF community in 1998, she has contributed to research exploring innovative approaches to improving health and well being throughout the lifespan.