Hua Carolyn Yang

Dr. Hua Carolyn Yang is an American Board certified Nuclear Medicine Radiologist specialized in PET/CT and SPECT/CT with general nuclear medicine and nuclear cardiology. Dr. Yang also has vast clinical experience in consulting and treating cancer patient with radioactive isotope. She holds a medical degree from Beijing Medical University. Before joining in the American Hospital, she has practiced nuclear medicine for many years in the United States.

Spoken Languages : Chinese, English
Types of Physician : Full-time
DHA License : Consultant Nuclear Medicine Radiologist
Branches : American Hospital Dubai


  • Nuclear Medicine Residency, Yale New Haven Medical Center, USA
  • NRC authorized user for nuclear diagnosis and treatment, Yale New Haven Medical Center, USA
  • PET/CT Fellowship, Hospital of University of Pennsylvania, USA
  • American Board of Nulcear Medicine, Yale New Haven Medical Center, USA
  • Certificate Board of Nuclear Cardiology , Yale New Haven Medical Center, USA
  • Fellow of American College of Nuclear Medicine, , USA

Professional Associations:

  • Member, Society of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging (SNMMI)
  • Member, American College of Nuclear Medicine (ACNM)
  • Member, Nuclear Oncology Council (NOC)
  • Member, New England Greater/New York Chapter

Professional Experience:

  • Consultant, Nuclear Medicine, PET/CT, American Hospital Dubai , UAE
  • Nuclear Medicine Physician, Audie Murphy VA Hospital, USA
  • Nuclear Medicine Physician, New York-Presbyterian Brooklyn Methodist Hospital, USA
  • Nuclear Medicine Physician, Philadelphia VA Hospital, USA
  • Nuclear Medicine Physician, Chest Pain Diagnostic Center, USA

Clinical Expertise & Services Offered:

  • PET/CT
  • General Nuclear Medicine (SPECT/CT on bone, renal, gallbladder, stomach, prostate, thyroid, parathyroid, etc.)
  • Nuclear Cardiology (stress nuclear myocardial perfusion imaging)
  • Consultation and treatment of radioiodine-131 for thyroid cancer, and theranostic treatment for prostate cancer and neuroendocrine tumor