TMU’s Speaking Sessions
Dean Pei-Shan Tsai serving as a moderator for the parallel session also spoke on “Enhancing the Global Impact and Reputation of Research.” She presented TMU’s experience in collaborating with partner institutions to internationalize the University’s academic cohort.
In Vice Dean Dawn Chen’s presentation – “Building a Global University Brand” – spoke on how TMU integrated branding exercise and university level decision-making to create tangible TMU experience among students and staff that reflects the University’s brand value.
Chair of the WHO’s International Medical Informatics Association (IMIA) and Taiwan’s area expert in the field of the artificial intelligence, Professor Yu-Chuan Li is also TMU’s Dean of the College of Medical Science and Technology. He was invited to be the keynote speaker at the conference as a representative of Taiwan’s higher education. His keynote, Industrial Revolution 4.0–AI for Earlier and Safer Medicine, addressed new opportunities for intelligent transformation of Taiwan’s industries. Using the AI robot MoleMe, launched by TMU’s newly established company, as an example, Dean Li demonstrated how the system integrated medical treatment and artificial intelligence. Through interaction with easily accessible mobile application, users can perform screenings at home to receive preventive diagnosis.
These 3 speeches were well received in the conference, and representatives from around the world expressed their interest in exploring potential collaboration with TMU, which is expected to further expand the University’s international visibility in the Asia-Pacific region.
Silver Winner of “Best International Print Advertisement”
Among the QS-APPLE 2019 Creative Awards Winners, Taipei Medical University won the silver award of the “Best International Print Advertisement” on the topic of “AI in Pulmonary Medicine.”