Emmanuel Y. Chang, MD PhD FACS
Emmanuel Chang, MD PhD FACS
He completed his internship training at Methodist Hospital and continued his ophthalmology residency at the Cullen Eye Institute of Baylor College of Medicine, where he was selected to be Chief Resident by the faculty his final year. While at Baylor, Emmanuel received the Milton Boniuk and Lions Eye bank Research award as well as the Goar Resident Research Award multiple years in a row. In addition, he is a post-doctoral Fight for Sight Research fellowship recipient.
Dr. Chang had the privilege of completing his vitreoretinal surgical fellowship at the world-renowned retinal surgical training program, Associated Retinal Consultants/William Beaumont Hospital in Michigan, under the guidance of Dr. Michael Trese, Dr. George Williams, Dr. Antonio Capone, Dr. Tarek Hassan and 6 other distinguished retina faculty. He was awarded the Heed Ophthalmic Fellowship Award and the Ronald G. Michels fellowship award, the nation’s highest honor given to a retina surgical fellow. He participated in numerous clinical trials and received multiple research grants.