Lydia Chang, MD

Degrees

BS: 
(1994) Stanford University, Stanford, CA

MD: 
(1997) Uni. of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI

Residency:
(2001) University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Fellowship:
(2005) University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Academic Title:
Assistant Professor of Medicine
Associate Program Director, Pulmonary Diseases & Critical Care Medicine Fellowship Program

Office:   4124-C Bioinformatics
Phone:   919-966-2531
Fax:       919-966-7013
Emaillydia_chang@med.unc.edu

Publications/Conference Abstracts and Presentations:

  1. Chang LH. Mycobacterium abscessus infection in cystic fibrosis. Pulmonary fellows symposium at the 2002 North American Cystic Fibrosis Conference.
  2. Chang LH, Carson SC, Rodgers JE, Campbell-Bright S, Bourdet S, Henderson A, Burchert A, Sood N, Dulabon G, Rich P. Impact of Scheduled Intermittent Bolus Administration of Lorazepam and Daily Interruption of Sedation of the Duration of Mechanical Ventilation. Abstract for the 2004 American Thoracic Society Conference.
  3. Chang LH, Honiden S, Short K, Haithcock J, Nierman D, Carson SC. Utilization and Impact of Inhaled Bronchodilators in Mechanically Ventilated Patients without Obstructive Lung Disease. Abstarct for the 2005 American Thoracic Society Conference.
  4. Chang L.H., Knowles, M.R., Gilligan, P, Hohneker, K, Noone, P. Mycobacterium abscessus in cystic fibrosis. Abstract. Proceedings Pediatric Pulmonology. North American Cystic Fibrosis Conference 2005.
    Internal Medicine Grand Rounds. September 29, 2005 USC/PRMH: LH Chang and MA Raza: Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension.
  5. Carson SS, Kress JP, Rodgers JE, Vinayak A, Campbell-Bright S, Levitt J, Bourdet S, Ivanova A, Henderson A, Pohlman A, Chang LH, Rich PB, Hall J. A Randomized Trial of Intermittent Lorazepam versus Propofol with Daily Interruption in Mechanically Ventilated Patients. Critical Care Medicine. 2006 May; 34(5): 1326-32.
  6. Chalermskulrat W, Sood N, Neuringer IP, Hecker TM, Chang L, Rivera MP, Paradowski LJ, Aris RM. Non-tuberculous mycobacteria in end stage cystic fibrosis: implications for lung transplantation. Thorax. 2006 Jun; 61(6): 507-13.
  7. Chang LH, Honiden S, Short K, Haithcock J, Nierman D, Carson SC. Utilization of Inhaled Bronchodilators in Mechanically Ventilated Patients without Obstructive Lung Disease. Accepted, Respiratory Care 2006.
  8. Barker, JA. Chang LH. Initiation of Intensivist Model at Palmetto Richland Hospital Utilizing University Pulmonary/Critical Care Physicians: The Metrics of Success. American College of Chest Physicians Conference 2006.