Alumnus Po-Chang Lee receives Special Contribution Award

Source: Taipei Medical University

Published on 2018-05-28

Health Insurance Director-General Po-Chang Lee, a TMU alumnus who has conducted kidney transplants for 38 years, received the Special Contribution Award at the 27th Republic of China Medical Contribution Awards.


President Tsai Ing-Wen (right) and Director-General Po-Chang Lee, the Special Contribution Award winner

Dr. Lee also played a major role in establishing Taiwan’s organ donation system by promoting amendments to laws and ceaselessly appealing for organ donation. He also serves as Professor of Surgery at National Cheng Kung University and as Organ Donation Transplant Center chairman.

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