Assistant Professor, Clinical Sciences - Florida
Dr. Mabel Chang received
her doctor of chiropractic degree from Logan University, and
completed a research residency with National University of Health
Sciences (NUHS). In addition to a clinical
research methods certificate, she recevied a
master of public health degree in health policy and
administration from the University of Illinois.
Dr. Chang's professional experience includes practicing in Virginia and Hawaii. Prior to entering chiropractic school she worked for Pfizer's department of immunology and infectious disease, Wellman Center of Photomedicine at Massachusetts General Hospital, and Center for Cellular Neurobiology and Neurodegeneration Research at the University of Massachusetts as a research assistant. She has also presented and been published in peer-reviewed journals.
Currently, Dr. Chang is an assistant professor at NUHS and teaches public health, medical genomics, and evidenced based practice.