A photograph of Dr. Paul Chang.

Dr. Paul Chang, MD, FRCSC, REI

Reproductive Endocrinology & Infertility Specialist (REI)

Dr. Paul Chang graduated from the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Toronto and completed his residency in Obstetrics and Gynecology at the University of Western Ontario. In 2008, he completed a Royal College Fellowship in Gynecologic Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility (and Minimally Invasive Surgery) at the University of Western Ontario.

During his training, Dr. Chang received several honours, including the best of four research papers at the SOGC Annual Meeting. In addition, Dr. Chang has presented his research at national medical meetings and has authored a range of articles for peer-reviewed publication on topics such as endometriosis, endometrial ablation, onco-fertility preservation, and nutritional supplements for fertility promotion.

Dr. Chang is an active member of the Division of Reproductive Endocrinology & Infertility in the department of Obstetrics & Gynecology at the University of Toronto. He teaches a graduate course in Advanced Reproductive Physiology. His clinical interests include Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS), the Medical Management of Endometriosis, Pre-Implantation Genetics Testing, and Egg Freezing for family planning.

In addition to providing excellent care based on scientific evidence, honesty, compassion, and an individual’s circumstance, Dr. Chang’s goal is to help patients go from point A to point B in their fertility journey in the straightest and shortest path possible. Dr. Chang speaks fluent Mandarin Chinese.

 

 

Here's why I love being a fertility specialist

Video transcript for "Here's why I love being a fertility specialist"

Text on screen: Dr. Paul Chang, MD, FRCSC, REI

Dr. Paul Chang: I love what I do, and I know so because every morning I wake up I can’t wait to come to work. Because I know I’m going to meet patients that I’ve met before, but also new patients that I’m going to look forward to working with them. I also know there will be challenges that day, because I’m not going to only have good news for all my patients. So it’s also looking forward to what I can do to share truth with patients but also, give them the sense of hope, and direct them to the right path.