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Prof. Ching-Kuan Liu, MD, PhD was born in Kaohsiung, Taiwan in 1956. He graduated from the Kaohsiung Medical University (KMU) School of Medicine with honors such as being the commencement speaker on commencement ceremony and receiving the “Medal of Four Characters” in 1982. He completed his residency training in Neurology at KMU hospital. Subsequently, he received his master and PhD degrees from Graduate Institute of Medicine at KMU, where he was a distinguished graduate. He completed the Neurobehavior Fellowship Program and was a Clinical Instructor at Reed Neurological Institute of UCLA from 1988 to 1990. After returning to Taiwan, he became the Director of the Graduate Institute of Behavioral Sciences of KMU, the Chairman of the Department of Neurology of KMU & Hospital , the Dean of InfoTech of KMU, the Vice-Superintendent of the KMU Hospital, and the Superintendent of Kaohsiung Municipal Hsia-Kang Hospital. He just finished two 3-year terms as President of Kaohsiung Medical University. He earned the “Paragon of Taiwanese Medical Doctors Award” from the Taiwan Medical Association in 2015.
Dr. Liu’s research interests focus on behavioral neurology, stroke, dementia, and related disorders. He was the former President of Taiwan Neurological Society, the founding president of the Taiwan Dementia Society and the founding president of Kaohsiung Dementia Association. He is also a pioneer of recent telemedicine advances in Taiwan and was awarded the Distinguished Award for Telemedicine by the Telecare Industry Association of Taiwan in 2014.