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Research Interests

My primary interest is in the neurodevelopment, specifically the motor development, of high risk infants. My current research focuses perinatal brain injury related to intrauterine growth restriction and hyperoxia exposure.

Certifications and Licenses

Pediatrics

Training Experience

2014Residency, Children's Hospital of Los Angeles
2017Fellowship, Northwestern University, McGaw Medical Center

Education/Academic qualification

MD, Case Western Reserve University

… → 2011

Research interests

  • Brain Injury
  • Cerebral Palsy
  • Neonatology
  • Prenatal Environment and Developmental Outcomes

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Hyperoxia Medicine & Life Sciences
Brain Injuries Medicine & Life Sciences
Growth Medicine & Life Sciences
Bone Morphogenetic Proteins Medicine & Life Sciences
Wounds and Injuries Medicine & Life Sciences
Hypoglycemia Medicine & Life Sciences
Placental Insufficiency Medicine & Life Sciences
Central Nervous System Medicine & Life Sciences

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Grants 2016 2017

Research Output 2018 2018

50 Years Ago in THE JOURNAL OF PEDIATRICS: Central Nervous System Damage and Hypoglycemia

Chang, J., Jun 1 2018, In : Journal of Pediatrics. 197, 1 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Hypoglycemia
Central Nervous System
Bone Morphogenetic Proteins
Brain Injuries
White Matter

Intrauterine growth restriction and hyperoxia as a cause of white matter injury

Chang, J. L., Bashir, M., Santiago, C., Farrow, K., Fung, C., Brown, A. S., Dettman, R. & Dizon, M. L. V., Dec 1 2018, In : Developmental Neuroscience. 40, 4, p. 344-357 14 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Hyperoxia
Wounds and Injuries
Growth
Placental Insufficiency
Thromboxanes

Intrauterine Growth Restriction and Hyperoxia as a Cause of White Matter Injury

Chang, J. L., Bashir, M., Santiago, C., Farrow, K., Fung, C., Brown, A. S., Dettman, R. W. & Dizon, M. L. V., Nov 14 2018, In : Developmental Neuroscience. p. 1-14 14 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Hyperoxia
Wounds and Injuries
Growth
Placental Insufficiency
Thromboxane A2