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David Yut-Chee Ting, MD

Associate Medical Director for Information Systems, Mass General Physicians Org

Primary Care
Department of Medicine
Department of Pediatrics


  • MassGeneral Hospital for Children
  • Primary Care
Clinical Interests
Adult and pediatric asthma care
Hypertension management
Child and adolescent development
Primary Care of Children and Adults
Diabetes management
Integrating computer technology and health care
Everett: MGH Everett Family Care
Medical Education
MD, Duke University School of Medicine
Residency, Massachusetts General Hospital
Board Certifications
Pediatrics, American Board of Pediatrics
Internal Medicine, American Board of Internal Medicine
Patient Gateway
Yes, learn more
Foreign Languages
Patient Age Group
Adult and pediatric
Accepting New Patients
Not Accepting New Patients

BiographyDr. David Y. Ting is an Associate Physician in the Department of Internal Medicine and Associate Physician in the Department of Pediatrics at the Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH). He is an Assistant Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School, and a fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics. Dr. Ting graduated from Duke University with a B.S. degree in chemistry, and a double-major in political science. He subsequently earned his M.D. degree at Duke, and then completed a combined internal medicine and pediatrics residency in the Harvard Combined Medicine-Pediatrics Program at MGH. In 2010 Dr. Ting became the Associate Medical Director for Information Systems for the MGH and Massachusetts General Physicians Organization (MGPO). In his clinical practice at MGH Everett Family Care, Dr. Ting cares for the primary care needs of both adults and children, with a particular clinical interest in the management of hypertension, diabetes, hyperlipidemia, asthma, and childhood attention deficit and hyperactivity disorder.


  1. Ting DY and Carter JH. Behavioral Change Through Empowerment: Prevention of AIDS. J Nat Med Assoc 1992; 84(3): 225-228.
  2. Miller WC, Thielman NM, Swai N, Cegielski JP, Shao J, Ting D, Mlalasi J, Manyenga D, Lallinger GJ. Delayed-type hypersensitivity testing in Tanzanian adults with HIV infection. JAIDS&Human Retrovirology 1996; 12:303-8.
  3. Ting DY. Certain hope. Patient Educ Couns. 2006 Jun;61(3):317-8.
  4. Liang B, Tracy A, Glenn C, Burns SM, Ting D. The Relational Health Indices: Assessing men's and women's relationships. Australian Community Psychologist. 2007:1935-52.
  5. Fortuna RJ, Ting DY, Kaelber DC, Simon SR. Characteristics of Medicine-Pediatrics Practices: Results from the National Ambulatory Medical Care Survey. Academic Medicine. 2009; 84(3).

Overexpression of repetitive DNA sequences discovered in common tumor cells

MGH Cancer Center researchers have discovered a previously unknown feature of common tumor cells – massive overexpression of satellite repeats, which are DNA sequences that do not code for proteins. The findings may improve understanding of tumor development and provide a new cancer biomarker.

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