Edward Chang, MD, Professor in Residence, Neurological Surgery & Physiology, UCSF

Edward Chang, MD, is an Associate Professor of Neurological Surgery and Physiology at UC San Francisco. Dr. Chang specializes in functional neurosurgery, with particular expertise in the treatment of refractory seizures, cranial nerve disorders, and brain tumors. His research focuses on the discovery of higher-order neurological function in humans, such as language processing. Dr. Chang is Co-Director of the Center for Neural Engineering & Prostheses at UC Berkeley and UC San Francisco. He is principal investigator of the DARPA SUBNETS project to develop advanced therapies for neuropsychiatric conditions. He is recipient of the NIH Director’s New Innovator Award, NIH Pathways to Independence Award, Klingenstein Fellowship, McKnight Foundation Award, and Young Investigator Award from the American Epilepsy Society. Dr. Chang is a New York Stem Cell Foundation- Robertson Fellow.