Mary Chang, MD, MPH, is an Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas, Texas. She completed her Emergency Medicine training at the University of Texas Health Sciences Center where she was Vice Chief of Global Health. She was also a Yale/Stanford Johnson and Johnson Global Health Scholar in Monrovia, Liberia. Her experience along the rural Thailand-Myanmar border during residency motivated her to pursue an MPH degree at Johns Hopkins in hopes of aiding healthcare development in developing countries. Dr. Chang completed an International Emergency and Public Health fellowship at Johns Hopkins. During that time, she received her MPH from the Bloomberg School of Public Health, worked on gender based violence screening in Lebanon and Kenya, migrant health in Thailand, medical education in Liberia, disaster evaluation in the Philippines, and research development in Fiji. Her interests include refugee/migrant healthcare, medical education, developing research and healthcare systems in developing nations, and humanitarian assistance. 


Medical School
Texas A&M University Health Science Center College of Medicine (2010)
UT Health Science Center at Houston (2013), Emergency Medicine
Johns Hopkins Hospital (2015), International Emergency Medicine
Graduate School
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health (2015)