Dr. Bernard P Chang MD

Dr. Bernard Chang is an emergency medicine doctor in New York, New York and is affiliated with New York-Presbyterian Hospital. He received his medical degree from Stanford University School of Medicine and has been in practice for 6 years. He is one of 57 doctors at New York-Presbyterian Hospital who specialize in Emergency Medicine. He also speaks multiple languages, including Spanish, Chinese (Mandarin) and French.

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Specialty & Clinical Interests

General Emergency Medicine

Clinical Interests: Emergencies, Neuropsychological Tests, Mental Health

Hospital Affiliation

New York-Presbyterian Hospital

Other Languages Spoken

  • Spanish
  • Chinese (Mandarin)
  • French

Education & Medical Training

Harvard Medical School
Residency, Emergency Medicine, 2008–2012

Stanford University School of Medicine
Class of 2008

Harvard University
Other Training, Psychology , 1998–2003

Publications & Presentations

Somatosensory processing and schizophrenia liability: proprioception, exteroceptive sensitivity, and graphesthesia performance in the biological relatives of schizophrenia patients.
Chang BP, Lenzenweger MF 2005 2

Investigating graphesthesia task performance in the biological relatives of schizophrenia patients.
Chang BP, Lenzenweger MF 2004


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