Dr. Tony Chung-Hsing Chou began his medical education in 1995 at the School of Medicine, National Defense Medical Center (Taiwan) graduating in 2002. He then began his residency in Neurology at the Tri-Service General Hospital (Taipei) which he completed in 2008. Dr. Chou then moved to London (UK) where he studied for a PhD in Neuroscience at the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience at King’s College, graduating in 2014.
From 2012 to 2014 Dr. Chou was a research fellow at the McGowan Institute for Regenerative Medicine at the University of Pittsburgh (USA) where he worked with Professor Michel Modo in the area of regenerative imaging and in situ tissue regeneration after stroke. Returning to Taiwan in 2014 he took up the position of Attending Physician at the Department of Neurology for the Tri-Service General Hospital (Taipei) a position he holds until now and applied the techniques he had learnt at the University of Pittsburgh to animal models of stroke, traumatic brain and spinal nerve injuries. In 2015 he was promoted to Director of the Division of General Neurology, Tri-Service General Hospital (Taipei). In 2017 he completed the Medical Strategic Leadership Program at the Academy of Health Sciences, USA.
In 2015 he was promoted to Assistant Professor at the National Defense Medical Center (Taipei). His continuing research an innovation on clinical trials has led to the invention of “The Stem Cell Sheet for Cerebral Neurovascular Reconstruction” for which he was awarded the ‘Future Technology Breakthrough Award’ and in 2018 was awarded the ‘15th National Invention Award’ (Taiwan). Dr Chou has 3 patents granted to him, and has published numerous papers on Neurology as well as being a contributing author to several books.
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