Meewon Olivia Park, M.D.

Meewon Olivia Park is a senior medical student at the Stanford School of Medicine, expected to receive her M.D. degree in June 2021. She is passionate about patient-centered quality improvement and increasing access to surgical training in low- and middle-income countries. She received her undergraduate degree B.A cum laude in Neurobiology in 2014 at Harvard University. She conducted Alzheimer’s research for two years at Columbia University. At Stanford, she completed a Scholarly Concentration in Community Health with an application in Global Health. She conducted highly productive research in hand surgery, global health, quality improvement and plastic surgery, with her work resulting in several publications and national conference presentations. Meewon served as a teaching assistant for preclinical anatomy and surgical skills courses, mentor to underrepresented high school and college students, volunteer at local AIDS hospice home, and leader of Stanford’s Christian Fellowship.


Harvard University




Stanford University School of Medicine

Palo Alto

Plastic Surgery

Extracurricular Activities

  • Harvard College Women in Medicine (Co-founder & President)
  • Harvard Square Homeless Shelter (Supervisor/Volunteer)
  • Mather House Public Service Division (Director)
  • Intercollegiate Summer English Camps (Teacher)

Fun Facts

  • NBA fan
  • Grew up playing soccer
  • Loves to work out