In collaboration with the Observational Health Data Sciences and Informatics (OHDSI), Taipei Medical University (TMU) established “OHDSI Taiwan Chapter” and participated in the “Uncovering exposures responsible for birth season– disease effects,” a global research conducted by experts and scholars from Taiwan, the US, South Korea and other countries.
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The screening system applies AI to read chest X-rays uploaded by the hospital, and instantly provides clinicians with reliable values on the location of pneumonia and lung infection.
The initiative is a large-scale clinical genetic research project conducted by the Academia Sinica in collaboration with 13 medical center-level hospitals in Taiwan.
In July, 2019, a Shuang Ho Neurosurgery team used the ROSA robotic surgery system to perform Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS) to treat Mr. Chang’s Parkinson’s.
In response to COVID-19, Taipei Medical University Hospital has joined hands with the Industrial Technology Research Institute’s (ITRI) Service Systems Technology Center, Radica Health, Tranwo Technology Corp., Microsoft Taiwan, Acer, and other industry and academic organizations to announce the groundbreaking Contact-Free Connected Health Care Platform.
The Taiwan Experience Education Program (TEEP) is a full-year, open-enrollment laboratory internship program. TMU received more funds from the Ministry of Education for the 2020 TEEP than any school in the country. For 2020, TMU TEEP will include 9 internship programs.
TMU Smart Triage At-Home Quick Screening makes brilliant demonstration in MIT COVID-19 Datathon
Encouraged by teachers and classmates, Fang-Chi Hsu, a PhD Student of the PhD Program for Transcriptional Medicine of the College of Medical Science and Technology, Taipei Medical University, departed for Sidney Kimmel Comprehensive Cancer Center (SKCCC) of Johns Hopkins University (JHU) in 2020 for a year of research upon receiving a subsidy through the Graduate Student Study Abroad Program provided by the Ministry of Science and Technology.
Taipei Medical University and National Palace Museum jointly held the National Palace Museum X TMU Pop Up Exhibition special series of digital mini-exhibitions at the end of December 2019 on the University campus.
DermAI Co., Ltd., a Taipei Medical University spin-out, has launched the online dermatologist consultation platform “ASKiN.”
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