Tana Chongsuwat, MD grew up in Chicago, earned a bachelor’s from Loyola University Chicago, a medical degree from Avalon University School of Medicine in Curacao and finished her Family Medicine Residency at the University of Oklahoma, completing a global health track and serving as chief resident. After residency, she joined the University of Oklahoma as a clinical assistant professor in the outpatient setting while also providing inpatient care in rural communities and telehealth urgent care. She joins the Primary Care Research Fellowship to focus on the evaluation and implementation of a cervical cancer prevention, screening, and early treatment program in low-resource settings while also evaluating the educational aspects of global health training for bi-directional learners. Throughout her education and career, Dr. Chongsuwat has committed her work to underserved and disadvantaged populations, particularly in global communities. Dr. Chongsuwat works with students from the undergraduate to residency level on creating global partnerships to empower communities through collaboration and education.