Professor of Radiology at National Taiwan University College of Medicine (NTUCM).
Residency in Radiology at National Taiwan University Hospital (NTUH).
Staff radiologist position since 1980 after receiving a complete residency in radiology at National Taiwan University Hospital (NTUH).
Trained as a chest radiology fellow at Duke University Medical Center (1994-1995).
Expertise in cardiothoracic and breast imaging.
Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from National Taiwan University (2004), specializing in dynamic contrast-enhanced magnetic resonance for breast cancer.
Pioneered CT-guided core biopsy of lung lesions since 1996 and CT-guided localization for VATS since 2009 at NTUH.
Chief of the Cardiopulmonary Section in the Department of Medical Imaging at NTUH since 2005.
Former Director of the Department of Medical Imaging at NTUH (2014-2020).
Research interests include cardiovascular imaging, lung and breast cancer imaging, percutaneous chest and breast interventions, CT, MRI, and multimodality imaging.
Elected as a Fleischner Society Member in 2014.
Former Board Member and President of the Taiwan Radiological Society (TRS) (2013-2019).
Served as Congress President of the Asian Society of Cardiovascular Imaging (ASCI) in 2019.
Founding member and Secretary General of the Asian Society of Thoracic Radiology (ASTR) (2016-2019).
Holds various leadership roles in academic societies, including Executive Board Member of TRS and ASCI, and constitution committee member of the Asian-Oceanian Society of Radiology (AOSR).
Leads multidisciplinary projects such as AI platform development for chest CT and research on monitoring therapeutic responses in lung cancer through computer-aided quantification and multimodality imaging.
Actively involved in clinical trials related to lung and breast cancer.