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PROFESSIONAL CREDENTIALS

Member of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, Specialty in Dermatology

Diplomate American Board of Dermatology (This is the specialist designation in the USA)

Member of the Canadian Dermatology Association

Member of the Toronto Society of Dermatology

Member of the College and Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario

Member of the Ontario Medical Association

Member of the Alberta Medical Association

Staff Dermatologist, Credit Valley Hospital, Mississauga, Ontario


EXPERIENCE

February 2001 to Present Dermatologist, Brampton, Ontario

July 97- February 2001 Dermatologist, Credit Valley Hospital, Mississauga, Ontario

July 1996-97 Dermatology Residency completed and successful completion of Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada examination in Dermatology, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta

July 1994-96 Dermatology Research Resident, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta

July 1993-94 Dermatology Clinical Resident, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta

July 1992-93 R2 Medical Resident, Sunnybrook and Toronto General Hospitals, Toronto, Ontario

June 1991-92 Comprehensive Medical Intern, Mount Sinai Hospital, Toronto, Ontario

Summer 1988 Medical Extern, Homewood Sanitarium, Guelph, Ontario

Summer 1987 Microbiology Research, University of Ottawa, Ottawa, Ontario
-NSERC Summer Research Award
-Research involving fluorinated antibiotics and membrane proteins

Summer 1986 Counselor, Ontario March of Dimes, Sudbury, Ontario


EDUCATION

1987-91 University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario
-Doctor of Medicine
-Dean's Honor List, Year I and II

1985-87 University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario
-Microbiology major
-Dean's Honor List


PUBLICATIONS

1) Chang DKM, Schloss E, Jimbow K. Well's Syndrome: vesiculobullous presentation and possible role of ectoparasites. Int J Dermatol 1997; 36:288-291.

2) Chang DKM, Jimbow K. An unusual presentation of CD30 (Ki-1)-positive lymphomatoid papulosis. Can J Dermatol 1994; 6:619-623.

3) Chang DKM, Shear NH. Cutaneous Reactions to Anticonvulsants. Seminars in Neurology 1992; 12:329-337


HONORS

Dec. 1992 Gold Medal Award for poster presentation, "Cutaneous Reactions to Anticonvulsants", American Academy of Dermatology Conference, San Francisco, California

1985-87 University of Toronto Open Admission Scholarship