Pam Ling Bio
Pam Ling is an American physician, best known for her role on the third season of MTV’s long-running reality television show, The Real World: San Francisco. She was born on April 21, 1968, in Los Angeles California, USA.
Pam Ling went to North Hollywood High School and later attended Havard University where she earned her medical degree. Pam completed her residency in primary care at the University of California, San Francisco in 1999.
She entered into an AIDS-research fellowship and currently specializes in HIV/AIDS research. Her husband lectures about AIDS and wrote a book about the life of Zamora entitled Pedro and Me.
Pam Ling Age
Pam Ling was born on April 21, 1968 in Los Angeles, California, USA as Pamela Ling.
Pam Ling family
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Pam Ling Husband
She has been married to Judd Winick since August 26, 2001.
Pam Ling kids
They have two children.
Pam Ling Height
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Pam Ling Net worth
Pam Ling’s net worth or net income is estimated to be $1 million – $10 million dollars. She has made such an amount of wealth from her primary career as a Physician.
Pam Ling Md
Pam Ling is a practicing Internal Medicine doctor in San Francisco, CA. She studies tobacco industry marketing strategies targeting young adults, women, and other high-risk population, and new smokeless and novel tobacco product marketing strategies.
Pam Ling Medical Doctor
In addition to that, she studies how to use tobacco industry marketing strategies to improve tobacco control programs. Her work includes analyses of thousands of previously secret tobacco industry documents detailing marketing strategies targeting young adults, and translating the lessons learned to improve tobacco control efforts.
Pam has a special interest in young adult smoking patterns and counter-engineering tobacco industry marketing, the global proliferation of U.S. tobacco marketing strategies, marketing to women, smokeless and novel tobacco marketing including e-cigarettes, and using market research to guide clinical and public health interventions.
Pam’s clinical work is in general internal medicine; she has a special interest in caring for underserved urban populations.
Pam Ling UCSF
Pam Ling earned her medical degree from Havard and completed a residency in medicine at the University of California, San Francisco. She then earned a master of public health degree from the University of California, Berkeley. Later, Pam completed a fellowship at the UCSF Center for AIDS Prevention Studies.
Pam Ling is an internal medicine specialist and primary care doctor, thus, has a special interest in caring for underserved urban populations. Pamela Ling is a Professor of Medicine at UCSF, where she conducts research on tobacco, media, and social marketing to young people. One of her researches investigated the intersection of tobacco use, media and social marketing as relates to young people.
Her work focuses on comprehending how tobacco marketing encourages youths and young adults to begin using tobacco. After understanding tobacco marketing, she will then know how to apply the same strategies to improve tobacco control programs and cancer prevention programs and policies.
She is also the Co-investigator on the UCSF FDA Tobacco Center of Excellence on Regulatory Science. Pam investigates with her colleagues, ton Dr. StanA Glantz, and Dr. Neal Benowitz.
Pam Ling Judd Winick
Dr. Pamela Ling and Judd Winick met in 1994 after they were chosen to be among seven roommates on “Real World: San Francisco.” After Real World, Pam and Judd’s relationship moved beyond friendship.
Ling and Winick began dating in 1995 and moved in together. They announced their relationship at a Real World Reunion Special which brought together the casts of the first four seasons. She was a medical student, and he was an aspiring cartoonist.
They dated for five years before Judd proposed to Pam with a cartoon he made for the occasion, and which he presented to her while wearing a gorilla suit. The cartoon presented Pam with two choices to answer his proposal. After she said yes, he summoned three singing Elvis Presley impersonators.
Winick and Ling married in a civil ceremony on August 26, 2001. They celebrated their 15th wedding anniversary on the summer of the year 2016. The show’s producers had hoped that romance would blossom on air between the two.
Pam Ling and Husband Judd
Judd compared their relationship to a 747 ready to take off that had been grounded on the runway. “We were in the friend zone because she had a boyfriend and we were on a television show,” he said. The couple’s wedding was recorded in a Sept. 9, 2001, Vows column in The New York Times.
While offset, Dr. Ling and Judd bonded over their mutual geekiness. “She’s kind of shockingly nerdy,” he said. The Real World: SF alumni fell in love off-camera after meeting on the third season of the hit MTV series.
Early on, they were plunged in “Star Wars” films and up to date, Judd said, “We still love and get obsessive about things together.” Their shared interests include goofy earworm videos by Parry Gripp, musicals and television shows like “Game of Thrones” and “Project Runway.”
They recognize these common interests as one of the ways they have managed to keep their relationship fresh and exciting. The happy couple discussed their relationship with The New York Times in an article published that same year. They reside in San Francisco with their two children.
Pam Ling Diabetes Educator
Pamela Ling is also trained as a Credentialled Diabetes Educator and has practices located in Albury, Wodonga. To view more about her diabetes education, see this link. An appointment with Pam can be made through their reception staff and a referral is required. Pam works with both Type I & Type II diabetes.
Dr. Pam Ling San Francisco
Pam Ling, MD was also board certified internist in San Francisco, California. She is currently licensed to practice medicine in California. Besides Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital, Pam is associated with UCSF Medical Center and Trauma Center.