David Y Chung, MD, PhD

Dr. David Chung is a neurointensivist and translational neuroscientist who is focused on improving outcomes in patients with ruptured brain aneurysms. Dr. Chung is an Assistant Professor of Neurology at Harvard Medical School and an attending physician in the Neurocritical Care Units at Massachusetts General Hospital and Boston Medical Center. He serves on the editorial board of his society’s journal, Neurocritical Care. He has an undergraduate chemistry degree from Williams College and a MD/PhD from Columbia University. He trained at Columbia for his Neurology residency and at the Harvard Mass General Brigham program in Neurocritical Care for his clinical and research fellowships. He has been supported through the NIH/NINDS R25 grant mechanism and a K08 award. He has also been funded through NIH/NCATS KL2, American Heart Association and American Stroke Association, Harvard Wyss Institute, Andrew David Heitman Foundation, Aneurysm and AVM Foundation, and Brain Aneurysm Foundation grants for his work on mechanisms of neurocognitive decline and the role of functional connectivity and spreading depolarizations after aneurysmal subarachnoid hemorrhage. Learn more about Chung’s Lab.