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Andrew Chang

Clinical Instructor
Medicine
Stanford University
United States of America

Andrew Chang

Biography

Clinical Instructor and Health Services Researcher at Stanford University School of Medicine (Department of Medicine / Division of Hospitalist Medicine). Graduate of Stanford Internal Medicine / Global Health residency program, former Chief Resident. Professional interests include epidemiology, qualitative research, and health services research focused on heart disease in the developing world. Long-term interests include developing and researching appropriate technologies and innovations for use in low-resource settings, with an emphasis on design thinking and social justice. Areas of application include non-communicable diseases and cardiovascular conditions. Other formal training includes bench and translational research background in immunology, cancer biology, and neuroscience. Funded by Spectrum TL1 NIH training grant to complete MS in Epidemiology and Clinical Research in 2017-2018.

Research Interest

Cardiology,     Global Health, Internal Medicine

Publications

  • JAMA Chang AY, Barry M (2015) The Global Health Implications of e-Cigarettes. 314: 663-664

  • Chang AY, Kittle JT, Wu SM (2016) Regenerative Medicine: Potential Mechanisms of Cardiac Recovery in Takotsubo Cardiomyopathy. Current treatment options in cardiovascular medicine 18: 20

  • Wang L, Miyahira AK, Simons DL, Lu X, Chang AY, et al. (2017) IL6 Signaling in Peripheral Blood T Cells Predicts Clinical Outcome in Breast Cancer. Cancer research 77: 1119-1126

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