Fang Chang MD
Cardiologist | Interventional Cardiology254 Canal Street Room 5003 New York New York, 10013
Fang Chang, MD, PhD, maintains a position at Manhattan Cardiac Medical located in New York, New York. In practice for nearly 15 years, Dr. Chang specializes in the field of cardiology with particular expertise in nuclear cardiology. In nuclear cardiology, Dr. Chang is responsible for using technology to take cardiac images that aid in identifying coronary heart disease, the severity of prior heart attacks, and the risk of future heart attacks in her patients. Certified by the prestigious American Board of Internal Medicine, Dr. Chang speaks around the globe; acting as a medical consultant and volunteer in the Tsinghua University in honor of her father.
Education and Training
Shanxi Medical University
Shanxi Med Coll, Taiyung, Shanxi, China 1990
Shanxi Medical College 1990
American Board of Internal Medicine- Internal Medicine
Internal MedicineAmerican Board of Internal MedicineABIM
Areas of expertise and specialization
Faculty Titles & Positions
- Local and International Public Speaking -
- Medical Consultant, Tsinghua University -
- Columbia University's College 2000
- Stonybrook University Hospital
- New York Presbyterian Hospital at Columbia
Professional Society Memberships
- American College of Cardiology, American Heart Association, American Society of Nuclear Cardiology
Articles and Publications
- Has been Published
What do you attribute your success to?
- Enjoys her field. In China she was involved in cardiology, and came to the US to study and learn more. Also the encouragement from her father. He was a professor at Tsinghua University and had a PhD from Harvard Medical School.
- Volunteers at Tsinghua University in Honor of her Father
Hobbies / Sports
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