Biosketch sample Doctor Chih-Chin Hsu Dr. Chih-Chin Hsu was born in 1966 in Taiwan. He obtained his MD degree in Department of Medicine, College of Medicine, National Taiwan University, Taiwan, in 1992. After 4-year resident training in the National Taiwan University Hospital, he served in the Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Chang Gung Memorial Hospital, Linkou, Taiwan. He won his PhD degree in the Graduate Institute of Clinical Medical Sciences, Chang Gung University, Taoyuan, Taiwan in 2002. He is now the Director, Department of Medical Research and Development, Keelung Branch and is also the Associate Professor in the College of Medicine in Chang Gung University. He is interested in the musculoskeletal ultrasound and diabetic foot biomechanics. He has published a series of articles for the plantar soft tissue properties in 1998-2007. In 2006, He was recruited as a member as the integrated diabetic foot care team in the Chang Gung Memorial Hospital, Likou, Taiwan; where he started his wound-healing research. Negativepressure wound therapy (NPWT) has been advocated in modern medicine for chronic wound cares. In 2008, he has built a cellular model for measuring the effects of negative pressures on the woundhealing process. This model incorporating an airtight chamber and the electric cell-substrate impedance sensing technology was then published in the 2010. Series of investigations start later, and in-depth analysis is on going presently. He then organized a group for in-depth analysis of the negative pressure effects on cell migration and traction force. The group members consist of physicians and scientists in the Chang Gung University and the Yang Ming University. Since 1998, Dr Hsu has published over 50 SCI papers and joined 4 book chapters. His research focuses on the effects of physical factors on wound healings now. He is willing to cooperate with different kinds of researchers and scientists; and very happy to share experience in building a cell model for wound-healing research at different negative pressures.
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