Eric Chang rides an URB-E, a foldable electric scooter, down Eastlake Avenue on the Health Sciences Campus.

Eric Chang rides an URB-E, a foldable electric scooter, down Eastlake Avenue on the Health Sciences Campus.

Eric Chang, MD, professor and chairman of the Department of Radiation Oncology for the Keck School of Medicine of USC and medical director of Radiation Oncology Services at USC Norris Comprehensive Cancer Center helped pioneer the use of Gamma Knife technology to treat brain tumors nationally and helps lead the program here at Keck Medicine.

When he isn’t saving lives with advanced radiation treatment, you can find him happily racing down Eastlake Avenue on his URB-E, a foldable electric scooter that is convenient, environmentally friendly and exceptionally fun.

“Not only is this a fun and efficient way to get from meeting to meeting, but I get lots of smiles and thumbs up when people see me riding my URB-E,” Chang said. “That’s definitely the part I enjoy most – making people happy.”

by Christian First