Chung-Sang (CS) Tse, MD
Chung Sang Tse, M.D. is a Gastroenterology Fellow at Brown University, with an academic and clinical interest in inflammatory bowel disease, namely Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis. She graduated as a Farr Scholar from the Yale School of Medicine, where her educational research on hospice and palliative care was recognized by the John P. Peters Commencement Award. At Yale, she served as the Co-President of the Internal Medicine Interest Group, Women In Medicine group, American Medical Association (AMA) Yale Chapter, and as a Medical Student Council Member at the Connecticut State Medical Society. Following medical school, Dr. Tse pursued internal medicine residency training at the Mayo Clinic, Rochester, where she concurrently served as the AMWA Residents’ Division’s AMA-AMWA Liaison 2017-2018 and Conference Co-Chair 2018-2019, and President-Elect 2019-2020. Following graduation from residency, Dr. Tse pursued medical specialty training in gastroenterlogy at Brown University, where she concurrently served as the AMWA Residents’ Division President-Elect 2018-2020 and President in 2020-2021.
Dr. Tse has stayed active in AMWA throughout her medical training in medical school, residency, and fellowship. She was the recipient of the AMWA Young Women in Science Award 2016, Charlotte Edwards Maguire, MD Outstanding Resident Mentor Award, and First Place Case Poster Presentation at the AMWA 101st Annual Meeting in Miami, Florida. She continues to serve as a mentor for undergraduate students, medical students, and residents. She hopes to advance women in medicine through mentorship and networking.
In her spare time, she enjoys traveling, reading, and spending time with friends and family.Return to Resident Division Leadership Page