Yu-Jen Chen, Prof., MD, PhD
Yu-Jen Chen received the medical degree in China Medical University in 1993 and the M.S. degree in Traditional Medicine from National Yang-Ming University in 1995, Taiwan. He received Resident training for Radiation Oncology in MacKay memorial hospital in Taiwan and obtained board in Radiation Oncology in 1999. Then he received the Ph.D. degree from the School of Medicine, National Yang-Ming University in 2002. In 2007, he served as visiting scientist in MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX, USA.
He is currently a professor in School of Medicine, National Yang-Ming University. Yu-Jen Chen is Chair of Department of Radiation Oncology, Center of Biomedical Development, and Laboratory of Cancer Therapeutics in MacKay Memorial Hospital, Taiwan. He has been holding leadership, supervisory and administrative positions in the medical research and clinical oncology field. Prof. Dr. Chen has published over 190 SCI articles and 3 book chapters on the basic research, translational medicine and clinical practice. He owned 16 innovation patents in the fields of cancer and immunology.
Chih-Hao Chen, assistant Prof., MD, PhD
Chih-Hao Chen, MD, phD, is a supervisor thoracic surgeon in Mackay Memorial Hospital in Taiwan and as an assistant professor in Department of Medicine, Mackay Medical College.
He is skilled in the fields of thoracic/ thoracoscopic surgery as well as in thoracic oncology.
Between 2010 to 2014, he studied in National Taipei University of Technology focusing on electrical and mechanical engineering phD program.
In early career, he was the pioneer of single-port thoracoscopic surgery and contribute some of the earliest articles about the techniques. In recent years, he devoted himself in promoting the integration and cooperation between physicians and engineering professors in developing medical devices and services.
He also published more than 50 SCI research articles in a very short period.
He will contribute his efforts in Health Technology.
Ho-Chiao Chuang, Prof., PhD
Ho-Chiao Chuang earned a B.S. in mechanical engineering at Da-Yeh University, Taiwan, in 2000 and a M.S. in the Department of Power Mechanical Engineering at National Tsing-Hua University, Taiwan, in 2002. He joined Professor Victor Bright’s MEMS group in 2004 and earned his Ph.D. in 2008 from the Department of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Colorado at Boulder, USA. He joined Dept. of Mechanical Engineering, National Taipei University of Technology, Taiwan, since 2009.02. His current research interests include the fabrication of through silicon vias (TSV) for 3D IC, ultra-high aspect ratio of the TSV by using the supercritical CO2 electroplating process, the development of new biomedical instruments especially in the aspect of counteraction treatment couch for respiration-induced tumor motion, and development of novel energy saving technology for different application fields.