Regarding Dr. Brian Chuang
It's pronounced "chew"-"ung". Give it a shot. Say it with confidence.
He won't be offended if you didn't get it on the first try. :)
Dr. Brian Chuang received his undergraduate degree in Pharmacology at the University of Toronto. He then received his DMD degree from Boston University Goldman School of Dental Medicine. He conducted clinical research at the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, MD and received an award given by the American Society Clinical Pharmacology Therapeutics. Upon discovering his passion for working in very small areas, he pursued and received his certificate in advance graduate studies in Endodontics and a Masters degree at Boston University. During his endodontic residency, Dr. Chuang co-founded Advanced Programs in Clinical Endodontic Symposium (APICES) which is an educational program for all endodontic residents in USA and Canada. The inaugural meeting was such a success, American Association of Endodontics (AAE) recognized the significance of resident-oriented event and became the official platform for the future APICES meetings. APICES have been hosted annually at different universities since 2004 while Dr. Chuang was still under the tutelage of Dr. Jeffrey Hutter (now the Dean of Boston University School of Dental Medicine). To read more about APICES on the official AAE website, please go to http://www.aae.org/apices
Dr. Chuang continues to remain very active with Massachusetts Dental Society, committee members with MAE, AAE, MDS and is the District Secretary of the North Shore District Dental Society. He has helped the North Shore District transition to a digital era.
Outside of dentistry, Dr. Chuang has strong interests in photography and enjoys traveling. He loves music and songwriting, and still dreams of hearing his songs on the radio one day. But don't worry, he won't sing or make you buy his CDs while he performs your root canal treatment.