Co-Director of the Center for Precision Medicine
Hui-Ming Chang, MD, MPH
Hui-Ming Chang, MD, completed a clinical fellowship and a research fellowship in anesthesiology and pain medicine at Boston Children’s Hospital, Harvard Medical School, as well as a residency in anesthesiology at Boston University Medical Center. She received a Master of Public Health in Epidemiology, and a Master of Science in Physiology from Harvard School of Public Health. She also received further training on evidence-based medicine from McMaster University.
Chang was a faculty member at the Pain Management Center of Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School, which advocated comprehensive multidisciplinary care of patients with pain. Applying principles of evidence-based medicine, she and 10 committee members developed clinical practice guidelines on cancer pain management on behalf of the American Society of Anesthesiologists.
She published on opioid effects on substance P release from primary sensory neurons in addition to co-authoring the discovery of SUMO/Sentrin, and the cloning of Class H defect in Glycosylphosphatidylinositol Anchor. She served on the scientific advisory committee of the University Clinical Research Center for 10 years. Her administrative roles included founding Vice President for International Programs, and Special Advisor to the President for seven years at the University of Texas at Houston. Chang also has an affiliated faculty appointment with the University of Missouri Informatics Institute.