Sue Chang, M.D., is an assistant clinical professor in the Department of Pathology.
Dr. Chang graduated cum laude from Harvard University in Cambridge, MA, then went on to receive her medical doctorate from New York Medical College in Valhalla, NY. Later, she completed an anatomical/clinical pathology residency at UCLA Health where she was honored as chief resident, and a resident informaticist. She furthered her training with a cytopathology fellowship at UCLA Health and a surgical pathology fellowship at Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston, MA. During her academic and professional training, Dr. Chang exhibited leadership qualities as resident champion of UCLA’s CareConnect Initiative, resident delegate of the UCLA Graduate Medical Education Committee, steering committee member for the UCLA Institute for Molecular Medicine (IMED) Seminar Series and board member of the Medical Student Research Forum at New York Medical College.
Board-certified in anatomic pathology and clinical pathology, Dr. Chang is the recipient of many honors and awards including the selection to the Harvard College Dean’s list during four years of undergraduate work, research awards from UCLA, and the Association for Pathology Informatics Travel Award. She has published several articles in the peer-reviewed literature, and has been invited to present her work nationally. Dr. Chang’s professional interests include surgical pathology and cytology, as well as pathology informatics. In her free time, she enjoys collecting rare and vintage medical textbooks, reading biographies and historical fiction, traveling abroad, karaoke, personal finance/investment, and fantasy football.