Graduate Institute of Injury Prevention and Control, Taipei Medical University
Dr. Feng-Hang (Sara) Chang is an Associate Professor in the Graduate Institute of Injury Prevention and Control at Taipei Medical University, after receiving her post-doctoral training in the Health and Disability Research Institute at Boston University during 2013-2014. Dr. Chang has a clinical background in occupational therapy. She received her Ph.D. in Rehabilitation Sciences from Boston University, her MS in Health Policy and Management from National Taiwan University School of Public Health, her BS in Occupational Therapy from National Taiwan University. Dr. Chang’s areas of interest include research focusing on rehabilitation outcome measurement development and investigating community living and societal disparity in people with disabilities. She serves as a Principle Investigator on several large research projects related to investigating the functional outcomes among rehabilitation patients at post-acute and chronic stage. She has published multiple peer-reviewed journal articles and national and international conference presentations in health and rehabilitation areas. She has also been constantly presenting her research in the ACRM annual meetings every year since 2012.