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Edward Yang | Medical Services

Programs & Services


  • English

Edward Yang | Education

Undergraduate School

Stanford University

1996, Stanford, CA

Graduate School

PhD, Molecular Cell Biology

Rockefeller University

2003, New York, NY

Medical School

Weill Cornell Medical College of Cornell University

2004, New York, NY


Internal Medicine

Brigham & Women's Hospital

2005, Bosotn, MA


Diagnostic Radiology

Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania

2009, Philadelphia, PA



Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania

2010, Philadelphia, PA


Pediatric Neuroradiology

Children's Hospital of Philadelphia

2011, Philadelphia, PA

Edward Yang | Certifications

  • American Board of Radiology (Diagnostic Radiology)
  • American Board of Radiology (Neuroradiology)

Edward Yang | Professional History

Dr. Yang obtained a B.S. in Chemistry from Stanford University in 1996. He subsequently enrolled in the Medical Scientist Training Program at the Cornell/Rockefeller/Sloan-Kettering Tri-Institutional MD-PhD Program in New York, obtaining a Ph.D. in Molecular Cell Biology from Rockefeller University in 2003 and a M.D. from Cornell University in 2004. After completing a medical internship at Brigham & Women’s Hospital in 2005, he completed a residency in Diagnostic Radiology (2009) and a fellowship in Neuroradiology (2010) at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania. Following an additional fellowship in Pediatric Neuroradiology at The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, he served as Assistant Professor and Director of Pediatric Neuroradiology, University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine, Chicago, IL. He has been an Attending Neuroradiologist at Boston Children’s Hospital since 2013. He has a special interest in genetic conditions affecting the central nervous system and congenital brain malformations.

Edward Yang | Publications

I enjoy visual puzzles, thinking about the brain, and helping patients. So pediatric neuroradiology is the perfect field for me because I get to immerse myself in all three activities on a daily basis. It is a particular privilege to work here at Boston Children’s Hospital since we have the technology, resources, and collective clinical expertise to ensure that our patients obtain the highest quality care possible. Our hospital is also fortunate to see rare conditions in sufficient frequency that we can contribute to improved diagnosis, therapy, and overall understanding of a wide array of childhood diseases affecting the brain, spine, and head/neck.