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Taipei Tzu Chi Hospital | of Medicine

A graduate of the National Defense Medical Center (NDMC), Kuo-Cheng Lu joined the NDMC faculty in 1985 following an education in internal medicine and clinical nephrology. After leading a private dialysis clinic for ten years, he moved to the nephrology division of Cardinal Tien Hospital, a teaching hospital affiliated with Fu-Jen Catholic University. In 2003, he was elected Chairman of the Department of Medicine at Cardinal Tien Hospital.

    Since 2003, Dr.Lu's research has focused on a translation study of renal osteodystrophy focusing on SHPT treatment. 

    In 2015, he was recruited to join Fu-Jen Catholic University as Associate Dean of the Fu-Jen Catholic University College of Medicine. Since then, Dr Lu has become more interested in the potential for large observational data, biology and pathophysiology associated with available kidney disorders, both at the bedside and through a translation study. 

    Over the years, Dr. Lu has had the privilege of promoting health care education in Tanzania, China, Japan and conducting research with health care professionals in those countries. Dr. Lu also spended much time on the strengthening international collaboration among the Taiwan Society of Nephrology (TSN) and Nephrology Society of Japan, Korea, Thailand and Malaysia to enhance the academic communicate, share the clinical experience and promote CKD education programs. Currently, Dr. Lu is the Director of the Research Center at Taipei Tzu Chi Hospital. His main task is to help other colleagues carry out clinical research on translation medicine. And counseling young doctors in different departments to perform various clinical trials.

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Date (UTC+8) Time (UTC+8) Local Time Hall Session Role Talk Title
2022-06-18 14:45-15:00 2022-06-18,14:45-15:00Hall 1

Vitamins and Electrolytes Health in Kidney Disease - Session 35

Speaker Role of Native Vitamin D in CKD-MBD