Insung Chung

Insung Chung grew up in southern California but left for the East Coast to attend Brown University where he graduated with a BA in Economics. He worked in the Chodobski lab doing traumatic brain injury research on mice looking at the expression of VEGF and V1 receptors in the choroid plexus and synaptic proteins. After Providence, he moved to Philadelphia where he attended Drexel University College of Medicine and then trained in anesthesiology at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania. He then completed fellowships in Critical Care Medicine and Adult CardioThoracic Anesthesia at New York Presbyterian Columbia University. He then joined the faculty at Mount Sinai School of Medicine where he attends in the divisions of critical care and cardiac anesthesia. His clinical interests are in critical care ultrasonography and the use of real time echocardiography for guiding resuscitation.


Modern Concepts and Practices in Cardiothoracic Critical Care
Adam S. Evans, Gregory E. Kerr, Insung Chung, Robin Varghese. © 2015. 1110 pages.
With an increase in admission to intensive care units, medical professionals must search for the best practices and procedures to provide efficient medical care to each patient....