Aileen Y. Chang, M.D.
- Internal Medicine
Dr. Chang's clinical interests include inpatient and outpatient general medicine. She enjoys training residents in clinical medicine.
Dr. Chang's research focuses on Hispanic health disparities in chronic diseases such as diabetes and dengue fever research. Her active dengue fever research includes a dengue seroprevalence study in Nigeria, the utility of oral fluid for dengue diagnosis in the Dominican Republic, and research methology for dengue in Ecuador. With the recent spread of chikungunya, she is now working on chikungunya initiatives for this other mosquito borne illness.
- Chang AY, Fuller DO, Carrasquillo O, Beier J. Social Justice, Climate Change, and Dengue. Health and Human Rights, 2014. 16(1):93-104.
- Wettstein Z, Fleming M, Chang AY, Copenhaver DJ, Wateska A, Lee BY, Kulkarni RY. Total Economic Cost and Burden of Dengue Fever in Nicaragua: 1996-2010. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 2012, 87(4): 616-620.
- Chang AY. Water for 6,000 People: $3,000. Microgranting in Ethiopia. P&S Journal. 2010, 30(2).
- Chang AY, Svoronos T, Lesh N. Ethiopia: The use of a microgrant for water and sanitation. Social Medicine 2012, 7(1).
- Chang AY, Parrales ME, Jimenez J, Sobieszczyk ME, Hammer S, Copenhaver DJ, and Kulkarni R. Combining Google Earth and GIS mapping technologies in a dengue surveillance system for developing countries. International Journal of Health Geographics 2009, 8(49):1-11.