Alex Chang, MD

Assistant Professor of Clinical

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Alex Chang, MD

Alex Chang, MD, subspecializes in liver, kidney and pancreas transplant surgery. He pursued organ transplantation as a career because of the intellectual and technical challenge, multidisciplinary approach to care and the life-changing outcomes transplantation can have on patients with end-stage liver and kidney disease.

In addition to practicing clinically, Dr. Chang also focuses on research. His research interests include organ preservation, ischemia reperfusion injury and immunosuppression.

He has published numerous journals on his research with preserving red blood cells, as well as clinical work in both kidney and liver transplantation.

Dr. Chang also enjoys collaborating with the research faculty and general surgery residents at the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine who are pursuing their lab/academic years.

When he is not working, Dr. Chang enjoys cooking, hosting, cycling and spending time with his 7-year-old Texas heeler. He and his fiancé are originally from Columbus, Ohio, and are eager to be back close to home after their training. 




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Bachelor's Degree

University of Texas


Medical Degree

Baylor College of Medicine



University of Cincinnati


Board Certifications

American Board of Surgery