• June 3-6, 2024
  • San Diego Convention Center, California


Tina Duong

Tina Duong, PT, PhD

Director of Clinical Outcomes Research and Development
Stanford University
Tina Duong serves as the Director of Clinical Outcomes Research and Development within the Neuromuscular Division at Stanford University. With two decades of experience as a physical therapist, Dr. Duong specializes in evaluating, treating, and validating clinical outcomes for patients grappling with neuromuscular diseases. Her expertise lies in unraveling the complexities of muscle imbalances and pathology to discern their impacts on function and performance. Through her extensive clinical and research endeavors, She has significantly contributed to the improved understanding and characterization of disease phenotypes, thereby enhancing clinical trial design and care management strategies. Currently, Dr. Duong's research endeavors revolve around investigating the effects of exercise and physical activity on human movement and disease physiology. She aspires to integrate technology and digital biomarkers as complementary tools to performance-based measures, both in clinical trials and remote patient care settings. She is deeply committed to fostering collaboration across diverse interdisciplinary teams, offering mentorship, and creating patient-centric solutions to enhance the quality of life for individuals affected by neuromuscular diseases. Motivated by a profound belief in the transformative power of character, Dr. Duong holds integrity, work ethic, humility, empathy, leadership, initiative, and drive in high esteem among her colleagues and collaborators. She firmly believes that grit and resilience form essential pillars of character development. She draws inspiration from Ralph Waldo Emerson's poignant words in the Success poem, recognizing that genuine success stems from positively impacting the lives of others: "to know even one life has breathed easier because you have lived. This is to have succeeded."
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