Shirley Chang

Shirley S. Chang
MD

Shirley S. Chang MD

UBMD Internal Medicine

Specialties

Nephrology; Renal Transplantation

Accepting new patients
 

Specialties:

Nephrology, Renal Transplantation

Patients Treated:

Adults, Seniors/Elderly

Physician Gender:

Female


Hospital Locations (for inpatients only):

  • ECMC Hospital

Board Certifications:

  • Board Certification, ABIM Certification - Nephrology
  • Board Certification, ABIM Certified - Internal Medicine

Education and Training:

  • Certificate, Graduate Certificate in Innovation and Implementation Science, University at Indiana (2019)
  • Fellowship, Transplant Nephrology Fellowship, University at Buffalo (2011)
  • Fellowship, Transplant Nephrology, University at Buffalo (2011)
  • Fellowship, Nephrology Fellowship, Internal Medicine/Pediatrics Combined, University of Minnesota (2004)
  • Residency, Internal Medicine/ Pediatrics Combined Residency, University of Minnesota (1998)
  • MD, MD, University of Pittsburgh, School of Medicine (1994)
  • BS, Zoology, University of Maryland (1990)
  • BS, Chemistry with honors, University of Maryland (1988)

Awards and Honors:

  • American College of Physician, Fellow (2015)
  • Travel Award to Update in Patient-Centered Outcome in Research In Kidney Diseases (2012)
  • Travel Award to Pragmatic Trials (2011)
  • Travel Award to Fellows Symposium on Transplantation (2011)
  • American Society of Nephrology, Fellow (2010)
  • Phi Lambda Upsilon (1992)
  • Phi Beta Kappa, Golden Key (1991)
  • Alpha Lambda Delta, Phi Eta Sigma, Phi Mu Epsilon, Phi Sigma (1990)
  • Robert Battista Award for Undergraduate Organic Research (1988)

Research Profile:

This UBMD physician is also a member of the Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences at the University at Buffalo, teaching the next generation of doctors and researching to advance care in WNY and beyond. Learn more about this physician's research and teaching activities, as well as view credentials, publications, professional involvement and more below.


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