Education and Training
MD - Tufts University School of Medicine, Boston, MA
Emergency Medicine - University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, Pittsburgh, PA
Medical Toxicology - New York University/New York City, Poison Control Center, New York, NY
Emergency MedicineMedical Toxicology
MSc in Clinical Investigation - New York University School of Medicine/Clinical and Translational Science Institute, New York, NY
Titles and Academic Titles
Departments and Services
Jang DH, Greenwood J, Spyres MB, et al. Bench to Bedside: Measurement of Mitochondrial Respiration in Emergency Medicine. J Intensive Care Med. 2016 Jul 21.
Jang DH, Shofer FS, Weiss SL, et al. Impairment of Mitochondrial Respiration Following Ex-vivo Cyanide Exposure in Peripheral Blood Mononuclear Cells. Clin Tox. 2016 Feb 5:1-5. 26846815.
Jang DH, Lampe J, Becker LB. The Potential Application of Mitochondrial Medicine in Toxicologic Poisoning. J Med Toxicol. 2015 Jun;11(2):201-7. PMID: 25907836.
Jang DH, Donovan SP, Bania TC, et al. Efficacy of Methylene Blue in an Experimental Model of Calcium Channel Blocker Induced Shock. Ann Emerg Med. Oct 23th 2014. PMID: 25441767.
Jang DH, Spyres MB, Fox L, et al. Toxin-Induced Cardiovascular Failure. Emerg Med Clin North Am. 2014 Feb;32(1):79-102. PMID: 24275170.
Jang DH, Donovan SP, Bania TC, et al. The novel development of an experimental model of dihydropyridine calcium channel blocker poisoning using intravenous amlodipine. Int J Cardiovasc Res. 2013;Mar 29;2(2). PMID: 24416727.
Jang DH, Nelson LS, Hoffman RS. Methylene blue for distributive shock: A potential new use of an old antidote. J Med Toxicol. 2013;Sep;9(3):242-9. PMID: 23580172.
Jang DH, Nelson LS, Hoffman RS. Response to Methylene Blue Does Not Have to Be Considered Only as Rescue Therapy for Distributive Shock. J Med Toxicol. 2013 Dec;9(4):427. PMID: 24081615.
Jang DH, Spyres MB, Nelson LS, et al. An 11-year retrospective comparison of dihydropyridines and non-dihydropyridine calcium channel blockers-Meeting Abstract. Clin Tox. 2012;50(7):640-640.
Jang DH, Hoffman RS, Nelson LS. A case of near-fatal flecainide overdose in a neonate successfully treated with sodium bicarbonate. Jour of Emerg Med. 2012 Sep 12. PMID: 22981658.
Kim HK, Shawn LK, Nelson LS, Jang DH. Articles you may have missed. J Med Toxicol. 2012;8(1):83-85. PMID: 159833.
Jang DH, Weaver MD, Pizon AF. In Vitro Study of N-acetylcysteine on Coagulation Factors in Plasma Samples from Healthy Subjects. J Med Toxicol. 2011. Jun 26. PMID: 22733602.
Jang DH, Rusinayk D. Impact factor Editorial. J Med Toxicol. 2011;7(4):256-8. PMID: 21826571.
Jang DH, Hoffman RS. Heavy metal chelation in neurotoxic exposures. Neurol Clin. 2011;29(3):607-22. PMID: 21803213.
Parikh A, Jang DH, Howland MA, et al. Response to “Effect of Deferasirox on Iron Absorption in a Randomized, Placebo-Controlled, Crossover Study in a Human Model of Acute Supratherapeutic Iron Ingestion.” Ann Emerg Med. 2011;58:219-20. PMID: 21782558.
Jang DH, Hoffman RS, Chu J, et al. Fatal outcome of a propoxyphene/acetaminophen (Darvocet) overdose: Should it still be used in the United States? Ann Emerg Med. 2011;57(4):421-422. PMID: 21453827.
Pizon AF, Jang DH, Wang H. The in vitro effect of N-acetylcysteine on prothrombin time in plasma samples from healthy subjects. Acad Emerg Med. 2011;18(4):351-354. PMID: 21496136.
Jang DH, Bruccoleri R, Tolchin B, et al. Response to "Benefit effect of naloxone in benzodiazepines intoxication: Findings of a preliminary study." Hum Exp Toxicol. 2011;30(4):343. PMID: 21056948.
Jang DH, Nelson LS, Hoffman RS. Methylene blue in the treatment of refractory shock from an amlodipine overdose. Ann Emerg Med. 2011;58(6):565-7. PMID: 21546119.
Jang DH, Truegar NS, Nestor NB, et al. Status epilepticus and wide-complex tachycardia secondary to diphenhydramine overdose. Clin Toxicol (Phila). 2010;48(9):945-948. PMID: 21171853.
Jang DH. Fellows’ Perspective: The impact of a medical toxicology fellowship on the training of future emergency medicine residents. J Med Toxicol. 2010;6(4):371. PMID: 20922513.
Punja M, Jang DH, Hoffman RS. Response to “A multicenter comparison of the safety of oral versus intravenous acetylcysteine for treatment of acetaminophen overdose.” Clin Toxicol. 2010;48(7)768-769. PMID: 20849336.
Jang DH. Fellows’ Perspective: Poison control centers on the chopping block-Will this affect the training of future medical toxicology fellows? J Med Toxicol. 2010;6(3):279-280. PMID: 20556562.
Jang DH, Hoffman RS, Nelson LS. Attempted suicide, by mail order: Abrus precatorius. J Med Toxicol. 2010;6(4):427-30. PMID: 20563676.
Jang DH, Nelson LS, Hoffman RS. Letter to the Editor: Tryptase serum level as a possible indicator of scombroid syndrome. Clin Toxicol. 2010;48(5):474. PMID: 20515401.
Jang DH, Nelson LS, Hoffman RS. Images in Toxicology: Girl with constipation. Clin Toxicol. 2010;48(5):468. PMID: 20614495.
Jang DH, Nelson LS, Hoffman RS. Letter to the editor: Hydroxocobalamin and Sodium Thiosulfate Versus Sodium Nitrite and Sodium Thiosulfate in the Treatment of Acute Cyanide Toxicity in a Swine (Sus scrofa) Model. Ann Emerg Med. 2010;55(6):582. PMID: 20494232.
Jang DH, Rohe JC, Nelson LS, et al. Severe opioid withdrawal due to misuse of new combined morphine and naltrexone product (Embeda). Ann Emerg Med. 2010;55:303-304. PMID: 20171465.
Jang DH, Nelson LS. Images in Emergency Medicine-Woman with unresponsiveness. Ann Emerg Med. 2010;56(2):201,207. PMID: 20643271.
Rittenberger J, Kelly E, Jang DH, et al. Successful outcome utilizing hypothermia after cardiac arrest in pregnancy: A case report. Crit Care Med. 2008;36:1354-1356. PMID: 18379264.
Jang DH. Deja Review: Emergency Medicine, 2nd ed. McGraw-Hill: New York; 2011
Jang DH. Deja Review: Emergency Medicine, 1st ed. McGraw-Hill: New York; 2007
Jang DH. Calcium Channel Blockers. Goldfrank’s Toxicologic Emergencies, 10th Edition. McGraw-Hill Publications. New York; November 2014.
Jang DH. Amphetamines. Goldfrank’s Toxicologic Emergencies, 10th Edition. McGraw-Hill Publications. New York; November 2014.
Jang DH, Nelson LS. Sedative-Hypnotics. Encyclopedia of Intensive Care Medicine. Springer Publication; 2011.
Jang DH, Nelson LS. Methylxanthines. The 5 Minute Pediatric Emergency Medicine Consult, 1st ed. Williams, & Wilkins/Wolters Kluwer Health: New York; 2010
Jang DH, Nelson LS. Anticholinergics. The 5 Minute Pediatric Emergency Medicine Consult, 1st ed. Williams, & Wilkins/Wolters Kluwer Health: New York; 2010
Jang DH, Nelson LS. Carbon Monoxide/Cyanide. The 5 Minute Pediatric Emergency Medicine Consult, 1st ed. Williams, & Wilkins/Wolters Kluwer Health: New York; 2010
Posters and Presentations
"Bedside Measurement of Mitochondrial Dysfunction in Circulating Immune Cells in Sepsis." ePoster Presentation: Society for Academic Emergency Medicine-May 2016 (New Orleans, Louisiana).
"Measurement of Mitochondrial Respiration as a Biomarker in Carbon Monoxide Poisoning.” ePoster Presentation: Society for Academic Emergency Medicine-May 2016 (New Orleans, Louisiana).
"Introduction to mitochondrial bioenergetics with application to acute toxicologic poisoning." ACMT Symposium North American Congress of Clinical Toxicology-October 2015 (San Francisco, California).
Jang DH. Introduction to mitochondrial dysfunction in acute toxicologic poisoning. Multidisciplinary Frontiers Course. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine. Philadelphia, PA. April 2016.
Jang DH. Clinical Approach in Medical Toxicology Course. Master of Science in Forensics Science. Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. Philadelphia, PA. April 2016.
Jang DH. Images in Medical Toxicology. Joint CHOP/HUP Grand Rounds. University of Pennsylvania. Philadelphia, PA. March 2016.
Awards and Honors
2015, Society for Redox Biology and Medicine Research (SFRBM) Mini-Fellowship Grant
2015, Clinical "Rookie" Attending of the Year, University of Pennsylvania Department of EMC
2013, National Institutes of Health Extramural Loan Repayment Program (NIH LRP)
2013, The Regents Physician Loan Forgiveness Award, State of New York
2013, American Academy of Clinical Toxicology Research Award
2012, Clinical Attending of the Year Award: 2011-2012, NYU Emergency Medicine Residency
2012, Clinical and Translational Science Institute (CTSI) Research Fund Award, NYU CTSI
2011, American Academy of Clinical Toxicology Junior Investigator Research Grant
2010, Informa Best Presentation-XXX International Congress of the EAPCCT: Bordeaux, France
2010, Fellows Research Symposium Travel Award, American College of Medical Toxicology
2009, American Academy of Clinical Toxicology Research Award
2009, Peter Safar Award for Excellence in Research in Emergency Medicine, University of Pittsburgh
2009, Pittsburgh Emergency Medicine Foundation Research Grant
2008, Michael P. Spadafora Medical Toxicology Award, ACMT
2007-2008, Pittsburgh Emergency Medicine Foundation Research Grant
2003, Harold Williams Research Fellowship, Tufts University School of Medicine
2001, Magna cum Laude with Departmental Honors, University of Massachusetts-Amherst
2001, Phi Beta Kappa, University of Massachusetts-Amherst
2001, Robert Maxwell Williams Memorial Scholarship for Organic Chemistry
Editorial and Academic Positions
2010-present, Editorial Board Member, Journal of Medical Toxicology
Annals of Emergency Medicine
Academic Emergency Medicine
Clinical Toxicology (formerly Journal of Toxicology/Clinical Toxicology)
Journal of Medical Toxicology
Leadership and Memberships
Memberships in Professional Organizations
2015-present, Society for Redox Biology and Medicine
2007-present, The American Academy of Clinical Toxicology
2007-present, The American College of Medical Toxicology
2006-present, Society for Academic Emergency Medicine
2005-present, American College of Emergency Physicians
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