Kiki D. Chang, MD
Dr. Chang's research has centered on bipolar disorder in children and adults. His studies include phenomenologic, biologic, and genetic aspects of the disorder and are comprised of brain imaging (MRI, MRS, fMRI), medication and therapy trials. One focus of his work has been identifying pediatric prodromal bipolar disorder in patients who may receive treatment to thwart development of the full disorder. This research involves children whose parents have bipolar disorder.
- Associate Professor, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Stanford University School of Medicine, Stanford, CA
- Director, Pediatric Bipolar Disorders Program, Stanford University School of Medicine
- MD, 1993, Tufts University School of Medicine, Boston
- Singh M. K., Chang K. D. (2013). Brain structural response in individuals at familial risk for bipolar disorder: a tale of two outcomes. Biol Psychiatry, 73(2), 109-110.
- Garrett A. S., Reiss A. L., Howe M. E., Kelley R. G., Singh M. K., Adleman N. E., Karchemskiy A., Chang K. D. (2012). Abnormal amygdala and prefrontal cortex activation to facial expressions in pediatric bipolar disorder. J Am Acad Child Adolesc Psychiatry, 51(8), 821-831.
- Hafeman D. M., Chang K. D., Garrett A. S., Sanders E. M., Phillips M. L. (2012). Effects of medication on neuroimaging findings in bipolar disorder: an updated review. Bipolar Disord, 14(4), 375-410.
- Olsen B. T., Ganocy S. J., Bitter S. M., Findling R. L., Case M., Chang K., Tohen M., DelBello M. P. (2012). Health-related quality of life as measured by the child health questionnaire in adolescents with bipolar disorder treated with olanzapine. Compr Psychiatry, 53(7), 1000-1005.
- Whitney J., Joormann J., Gotlib I. H., Kelley R. G., Acquaye T., Howe M., Chang K. D., Singh M. K. (2012). Information processing in adolescents with bipolar I disorder. J Child Psychol Psychiatry, 53(9), 937-945.
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