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Taipei Medical University (TMU) are blessed to be able to carry on with our core activities in learning and research. And, besides being one of Taiwan’s best medical education providers, TMU is interwoven with the country’s many successes in fighting the pandemic.
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With the abundant support, fortunately, TMU helped 98% enrolled students successfully travel to Taiwan and join the TMU community under such a vicious pandemic, as of December 23, 2020.
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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.
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Within 2 weeks, TMUH had put together the “Taiwan We Go” disease prevention and medical care team. May 1st, 2020, the team headed to Eswatini to begin the two-month disease prevention mission.
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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.
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TMU Smart Triage At-Home Quick Screening makes brilliant demonstration in MIT COVID-19 Datathon
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The COVID-19 outbreak has substantially changed everyone’s life. While the fight is still ongoing, we would like to take a moment to pay tribute to TMU alumni who have played significant roles in leading Taiwan’s response to COVID-19.
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TMU is committed to helping you explore the many opportunities that you will have access to while studying and living in Taiwan.
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Pointing out that the lockdown with ill-prepared complementary measures was possibly one of the causes resulting in the COVID-19 infection of several thousands of healthcare workers.
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