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consultant , Radiologist , Medical educator

Kwok Kuen Pang, Chinese radiologist, consultant, medical educator. Regents scholar, Central Missouri State University, 1975-1976, Filemon D. Tanchoco Medical Foundation scholar, Manila Central University College Medicine, 1980. Member of Society Ultrasound Medicine Republic of China, Radiological Society Republic of China, Taiwan Medical Association.


Pang, Kwok Kuen was born on June 10, 1954 in Hong Kong. Son of Wah Pang and Siu Au-Yeung.


Bachelor of Science, Central Missouri State University, 1977. Doctor of Medicine, Manila Central University, Caloocan City, Philippines, 1983.


Intern Manila Central University College of Medicine, 1983-1984. Resident in internal medicine Far Eastern Memorial Hospital, Taiwan, 1984-1986. Resident in radiology Mackay Memorial Hospital, Taiwan, 1986-1990.

Research fellow in Medical Research Institute Christchurch Public Hospital, New Zealand, 1998, Manukau Radiology Institute, New Zealand, 1998-1999. Director department radiology Mackay Memorial Hospital, Taitung, Taiwan, since 1990. Clinical lecturer Taipei Medical College, 1992—1993, China Medical College School Medicine, Taichung, Taiwan, 1996—1998.

Clinical instructor Tzu Chi College of Technology, Taiwan, since 1999. Lecturer Ministry of Education, 1996.


  • Achievements include research in value of plain film in diagnosing lumbar disc protrusion. Research in correlation with CT lohexol myelography. Research in life threatening reactions with ionic contrast medium usage in Tawain.

    Research in value of Magnetic Resonance imaging in differentiating tumor reccurence from post treatment changes. Research in application of short tau inversion recovery technique in differentiating lipoma from liposarcoma.


Baptism is something you do in obedience to God, but it is not essential for salvation. In other words, salvation is something God does for us, while baptism is something we do for God.


A believer should support social climates, in which human communities are maintained and strengthened for the sake of all persons and their growth.


Church members should be close and caring to feel each other's pains and problems. The good of the whole body of the Christian society should be put before individual needs.


Member of Society Ultrasound Medicine Republic of China, Radiological Society Republic of China, Taiwan Medical Association.


  • Other Interests

    Travel, ping pong/table tennis.


Married Nenita Tortosa, June 15, 1983. Children: Tai Wai, Ai-Ling.

Wah Pang

Siu Au-Yeung

Nenita Tortosa

Tai Wai Pang

Ai-Ling Pang