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About Bei-Hung Chang

Bei-Hung Chang, Sc.D., joined the University of Massachusetts Medical School faculty in 2014. Prior to that time she was on the faculty of the Boston University School of Public Health beginning in 1998. She has also been involved in VA health services research for 15 years in the role of principal investigator and co-investigator/statistician. She received her ScD in Biostatistics from Harvard School of Public Health, an MS in Quantitative Psychology from the University of Illinois, an MA in Statistics from the University of California, Berkeley and a BS in Psychology from National Taiwan University. She has extensive experience in diverse areas of health-related research including randomized control trials, observational studies, and health services research. Dr. Chang’s research particularly focuses on mind and body medicine. She has conducted several federally funded (NIH, VA, and DoD) projects in complementary and alternative medicine and has initiated innovative research in studying the effect of combining relaxation response and acupuncture in patient care including HIV and substance use disorders. She has also conducted research about spiritual care for veterans who are at the end of life.

Positions

2014 Present Associate Professor, University of Massachusetts Medical School Department of Quantitative Health Sciences
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2014 Present Associate Faculty, Systems and Psychosocial Advances Research Center, University of Massachusetts Medical School Department of Psychiatry
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