2013-09-15 NO.11 | More News | Home | CMU
Wen-Hwa Lee,President
Chung Y. Hsu,Chief Consultant

The 2013 World University Academic Ranking by Jiaotong University, ShanghaiPlaces China Medical University in the World’s Top 500, Ranking 446th

China Medical University, Taiwan, a  top 100 Asian university, is ranked 446th in the newly released 2013 World University Academic Ranking by Jiaotong University, Shanghai, based on teaching and researching performances. China Medical University is  now No. 7  in Taiwan, behind the National Taiwan University, National Tsinghua University, National Cheng Kung University, National Chiao Tung University, Chang Gung University and National Yangming University. It is remarkable that CMU is in the top 200 in world ranking of universities with medicine and pharmacy disciplines, ranking 132th.

China Medical University entered the World’s top 500 for the first time last year and was ranked453rd based on Shanghai Jiaotong University’s World University Academic Ranking. Among universities with medicine and pharmacy disciplines, China Medical University ranked 151st last year. With continuing devotion to teaching and research by the faculty and students China Medical University has made substantial advances in this important world university ranking  in the past year to grain greater global recognition..

Prof. Chang-Hai Tsai, Chairman of the  Board of Trustees, China Medical University and Healthcare System, in exercising his visionary leadership, has laid out a 10-year $16 billion project to build another campus in the Taichung Gateway District where construction of Taichung Gateway Park , a convention & exhibition center, a college town and Taiwan Tower are under preparation. This grand plan sets China Medical Univesity in the fast moving mode to advance to the top in the world.

Medical Technology and Service Winning Good Reputation ~ The Cambodian Royal Family Members Visited China Medical University and Healthcare Systme to Explore Mutual Cooperation

Cambodian, an upward moving Eastern Asian country, is eagerly looking for opportunities to advance medical technology. Introduced by a Taiwanese businessman, Mr. Tsung-Yin Lin, a member in the Cambodian royal family and General Manager, LORK.LIN Group, led a team of 7 to visit China Medical University and Healthcare System. Vice President Walter Chen hosted the group to explore  mechanisms for  mutual cooperation. General Manager Lin admired the advanced medical technology, clinical care expertise and medical information and management capabilities of the University and its Healthcare System. He also praised the research teams for their achievements in both basic and clinical research. Vice Present Walter Chen stressed that the University runs its hospitals not for profit but for humanities with healthcare as a major mission and will carefully assess the merit for sending a medical team to  assist in modernizing hospitals in Cambodia.

Director Yunlong Yeh, Small and Medium Enterprise Administration, Ministry of Economic Affairs, and Colleagues Visited the University

The trend for a university incubator center is to move toward a self-sustained mode with own initiatives. Director Yun-Lung Yeh, Secretary Ching-hsiang Chiang, Information Technology Division Chief Ya-ping Huang, Innovation and Incubation Senior Technician Chin-feng Lu and Management Consulting Division Senior Technician Chun-Liang Chien,  a team of 5 from the Small and Medium Enterprise Administration, Ministry of Economic Affairs, visited China Medical University on August 19 and were greeted by President Jung-Tsun Huang, Prof. Chin-Pin Wu, Director of the Office of Academia-Industry Cooperation, , Prof. Yueh-Sheng Chen, Director of the University Incubator Center,  and Prof. Shih-Chieh Liao, Director of Continuing Education. Director Yeh stated that with the financial retrenchment of the government, the scale of future grants will be reduced and reoriented for the incubation centers to shift from counseling to profit generation with attention to the needs of entrepreneurs carrying defined priorities or in disadvantageous positions.

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