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healthcare system administrator

Chung Y. Hsu, Chinese healthcare system administrator. Achievements include research in a nation-wide collection of data on stroke prevention and treatment.

Background

Hsu, Chung Y. was born on October 14, 1944 in Taiwan.

Education

Doctor of Philosophy in Neuropharmacology, Virginia, 1975. Doctor of Medicine in Medicine, National Taiwan University, Taiwan, 1970.

Career

Professor and head, cerebrovascular disease secretary Department Neurology, Washington University School Medical, St. Louis, 1993—2002. Director Stroke Center, Washington University, 1994—2002, Barnes-Jewish Hospital Washington University Medical Center, St. Louis, 1994—2002, Elliot H. Stein professor neurology, 2001—2002. President Taipei Medical University, Taiwan, 2002—2008.

Ceo China Medical University Healthcare Systems, Taichung, Taiwan, since 2008. Chair professor China Medical University, since 2008. Member United States Pharmacopoeial Advisory Panel Drug Information Neurological and Psychiatric Disorders, 1985—1990.

President United States National Neurotrauma Society, 1991—1992. Member National Institutes of Health- National Institute of Child Health and Human Development National Advisory Board Medical Rehabilitation and Research, 1997—2001. Chair American Heart Association Bugher Foundation Stroke Awards Review Committee, 1999—2001.

Co-chair TTA Diffusion - Perfusion Medical Research Institute Assessment Panel, 2000—2002. Member Committee Certified Vascular Neurology, American Board Psychiatric and Neurolgy, 2002—2004. Chair 2nd Biennial Conference Asian Society Mitochondria Research and Medicine, Taipei, 2004.

President Taiwan Neurosci. Society, 2004—2006; director Board Director, Institute Biotechnology and Medicine Industry, Taiwan, since 2004. Asia Pacific Regional committee member International Brain Research Organization, since 2006.

President Taiwan Stroke Society, 2007—2009. Director Board Director National Health Research Institute, Taiwan, since 2007. Member International Society Neurochemistry Program Committee, 2009.

Military ship physician Republic of China Navy, 1970-1971.

Achievements

  • Achievements include research in a nation-wide collection of data on stroke prevention and treatment.

Membership

President North American Taiwanese professors' Association, 1995—1996. Member of American Heart Association, American Academy Neurology, American Neurological Association, Taiwan Neurological Society, Taiwan Neuroscience Society, Taiwan Stroke Society, Society Neuroscience, International Brain Research Organization.