Paj Ntaub Vang, MD
Paj Ntaub (Pajin) grew up in Menasha, a small town in the Fox Valley. She did her undergraduate at the University of Wisconsin Madison and received a degree in Biology and Certificate in Gender and Women Studies. She was a Powers-Knapp Scholar and Undergraduate Research Scholar. She was also a leader in a local health council during undergrad and following graduation she continued to do public health work and completed her Masters of Public Health with a Certificate in Type 2 Translational Research. She then completed her medical training at the University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Medicine and Public Health. She led a course in Health Care in Diverse Communities for many years during Medical School and continued to work on public health projects in the community. She is also a National Health Service Corps Scholar and is devoted to working in underserved communities. Her other health interests include chronic disease prevention, women’s health and full spectrum care. She fell in love with the Fox Valley program after doing a rotation here and hopes to come back to the Fox Valley to practice. Outside of medicine Pajin enjoys soccer, volleyball, babysitting her 14 nieces and nephews and hanging out with family.
MPH: University of Wisconsin - Madison, WI
Undergraduate: University of Wisconsin - Madison, WI