About Jennifer Jiang

Overview

As an army brat, Dr. Jiang lived in Washington, Texas, Maryland, Hawaii and California. She moved with her family from Columbia, MO, to Cape Girardeau in 2009, for my husband, Dr. Peter Jiang, to join an Infectious Disease Practice. Dr. Jiang can be found spending the majority of her free time with her daughter, Eleanor, 15, whose greatest passions are horseback riding, choir, band, artistic endeavors and anything involving live animals. They have also enjoyed reading hundreds of books together and traveling (most frequently to Kansas City, to visit family). If life would ever slow down, Dr. Jiang would like to get back to working on her family history-photo albums (which currently go back seven generations), and to editing her chapter book series for reluctant readers, which she hopes to get published, some day.

Services

Wound Care

Specialties

Hyperbaric Medicine, Wound Care

Credentials

Certifications

  • American Board of Family Practice

Education

  • 1996, St. Louis University School of Medicine, MD
  • 1994, University of California, MS
  • 1991, University of California, BS

Residency

  • 1999, Department of Family and Community Medicine at Unversity of Missouri-Columbia

Fellowship

  • 2000, Department of Family and Community Medicine at University of Missouri-Columbia

Professional Affiliations

  • American Academy of Family Physicians
  • Missouri Academy of Family Physicians
  • American Medical Association

Office Locations

Southeast Wound Care and Hyperbaric Medicine

310 South Silver Springs Drive
Cape Girardeau, MO 63703    Maps & Directions
Phone: 573-334-9637
Office Hours: Monday - Friday: 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM

Publications & Research

  • 1989 Hardin, J. F. (eds.) Clark's Clinical Dentistry. J.B. Lippincott Company, Philadelphia, illustrations for ch. 21. Single Tooth Extractions.
  • 1991 Gietzen, D.W. and J.C. Theisen. Microstructure of Feeding Responses to Amino Acid Imbalanced Diets: Effects of ICS 205930. Third IBRO World Congress of Neuroscience: Montreal, Canada (Abstract): Aug. 4-9.
  • 1991 Gietzen, D.W., L.H. McArthur, J.C. Theisen and Q.R. Rogers. Learned Preference for the Limiting Amino Acid in Rats Fed a Threonine Deficient Diet. Physiol. Behav. 51(5):909-914.
  • 1992 Theisen, J.C., D.W. Gietzen. Further Evidence for Serotonin3 Mediation of Anorectic Responses to Amino Acid Imbalanced Diets. FASEB: Anaheim, California (Abstract): April 5-9.
  • 1992 Washburn, B.S., S.L. Cummings, J.C. Theisen-Jiang, L.L. Bellinger, F.E. Williams, and D.W. Gietzen. The Effect of Sub-diaphragmatic Vagotomy on Intake of an Amino Acid Imbalanced Diet. FASEB: First Independent Conference of the Society for the Study of Ingestive Behavior: Princeton University (Abstract): June 24-28.
  • 1992 Theisen-Jiang, J.C., B.S. Washburn, L.L. Bellinger, F.E. Williams, D.W. Gietzen. The Role of Serotonin-3 Receptors in Anorectic Responses to Essential Amino Acid Deficiency. ISS: Second International Symposium on Serotonin from Cell Biology to Pharmacology and Therapeutics: Houston (Abstract): September 15-18.
  • 1994 Jiang, J.C., and D.W. Gietzen. Anorectic Response to Amino Acid Imbalance: A Selective Serotonin3 Effect? Pharmacol. Biochem. Behav. 47:59-63.
  • 1994 Washburn, B.S., J.C. Jiang, S.L. Cummings, K. Dixon, and D.W. Gietzen. Anorectic Responses to Dietary Amino Acid Imbalance: Effects of Vagotomy and Tropisetron. Am. J. Physiol 266 (6 pt 2): R1922-7.
  • 1994 Jiang, J.C. The Serotonin3 Receptor and Imbalanced Diet Intake: Specificity and Locus of Action. Masters Thesis on file at the University of California at Davis, Davis, CA
  • 1996 Erecius, L.F., K.D. Dixon, J.C. Jiang, and D.W. Gietzen. Meal Patterns Reveal Differential Effects of Vagotomy and Tropisetron on Responses to Indispensable Amino Acid Deficiency in Rats. J. Nutr. 126: 1722-1731.
  • 2001 Jiang, J., B. Ewigman. Clinical Inquiries from the Family Practice Inquiries Network: Should We Change Formula for a Formula-fed Infant with Persistent Spitting-up, but with Adequate Weight Gain? J. Fam. Pract. 50(7):576-577.
  • 2003 Jiang, J., D. Vinson, and B. Ewigman. Family Physicians Perceptions, Practices, and Experiences Regarding Adult Patients with a History of Childhood Sexual Abuse. Masters Thesis on file at the University of Missouri at Columbia, Columbia, MO