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The unveiling ceremony of NSYSU’s donor wall was hosted to honor the generous sponsorship of medical education


To express gratitude and recognize the generosity of the public, alumni, and enterprises who have contributed to medical education, National Sun Yat-sen University (NSYSU) has erected a donor wall in the lobby of the College of Medicine. Recently, the university hosted the “Donor Wall Unveiling Ceremony and Display of Clinical Skills Training Teaching Props.” The event was jointly presided over by Prof. Ying-Yao Cheng, President of NSYSU, Chung-hui Huang, President of NSYSU Alumni Association, and Shyh-Fang Liu, a member of the Legislative Yuan. The ceremony aimed to express appreciation to those who have made significant donations, fostering the development of future medical professionals and contributing to advancements in the medical field and social health welfare.

The NSYSU College of Medicine showcased the functionality of clinical skills training teaching props and manikins during the event. This included high-fidelity maternal simulators equipped with first aid supplies, diverse clinical skills training models, and laboratories for teaching pathological tissue anatomy. The simulated childbirth process left guests genuinely impressed with its authenticity. Moreover, this simulator offers students the opportunity to practice a wide range of regular and rare delivery situations, enhancing their hands-on experience.

President Ying-Yao Cheng highlighted that NSYSU, established in 1980, has diligently worked for 43 years, achieving excellence in academic research, talent development, and international outreach. Despite being a smaller-scale university, NSYSU is known for its strong focus on research. As the world experiences an aging population, there is a pressing need to nurture medical professionals and champion health equity, especially in Southern Taiwan. The establishment of the College of Medicine, supported by Shyh-Fang Liu, alumni, enterprises, and individuals from various backgrounds, exemplifies Taiwan's diverse and positive impact on healthcare.

Professor Ming-Lung Yu, the Senior Vice President and Dean of the College of Medicine at NSYSU, emphasized the significant progress made by the College within its first year since its establishment in the fall of 2022. Through the dedicated efforts of esteemed supporters and faculty members, the College has made remarkable strides in both teaching and research. Key infrastructure developments include the establishment of the Medical Education and Humanities Center, Core Facility Laboratory, and clinical skills demonstration classrooms. Furthermore, the Higher Education SPROUT Program's research center has generously supported NSYSU in founding the Center of Excellence for Metabolic Associated Fatty Liver Disease (CEMAFLD), the only one of its kind in Taiwan. In recognition of its commitment to cutting-edge education and research, the Ministry of Education has approved the initiation of a new Department of Biomedical Science and Technology (EMI Program) and Ph.D. programs for the Institute of Precision Medicine and the Institute of BioPharmaceutical Sciences.

To foster communication within academic realms, acquire new knowledge, and strengthen international connections, NSYSU College of Medicine consistently organizes seminars, workshops, expert lectures, and interdisciplinary projects. These initiatives leverage integrated resources and involve various colleges across the university. Professor Yu extends special appreciation to enterprises and alumni for their multifaceted investments in medical education funds, laying a solid foundation for the college. Gratitude is also extended to medical institutions in Kaohsiung, Pingtung, Taitung, and Penghu for their partnership in remote healthcare projects.

The valuable contributions of doctors and professors from esteemed institutions such as Kaohsiung Veterans General Hospital, Kaohsiung Chang Gung Memorial Hospital, Tainan Chi Mei Medical Center, Kaohsiung Medical University Chung-Ho Memorial Hospital, and Tzu Chi Hospital have been instrumental in providing selfless assistance in clinical skills and fundamental medical education. NSYSU expresses sincere appreciation to government agencies, including the Ministry of Education, the Ministry of Health and Welfare, and the Kaohsiung City Government, for their robust support. It is through the dedicated efforts of individuals from diverse fields that the college successfully completes multiple significant projects each year.

“Beyond expressing gratitude to individuals from all walks of life, NSYSU remains committed to furthering its efforts in raising medical education funds.” President Ying-Yao Cheng emphasized that, despite having a well-established College of Medicine, there are still unfinished stages and opportunities to refine resources. Looking ahead, NSYSU is dedicated to advancing with guidance and assistance from our society. The university aims to unite scientific research capabilities, cultivate more medical professionals, optimize rural medical healthcare, and strive to achieve health equity.

"Your generosity empowers us to reach greater heights."

Chung-hui Huang, the Chairperson of HSIN BA BA Business
Te-Sheng Chang, the President of YUNG CHI PAINT & VARNISH MFG. CO., LTD.
Ray-Ching Chang, the Chairman Wah Lee Industrial Corp.
Chin Nan Hsieh, the Chairman of Lung Ching Steel Enterprise Co., Ltd
Eric H. C. Lee, the Chairman of Jiu Zhen Nan Taiwan Pastry
Chiu-Lien Tseng, the Chairman of CHEN LAN RECYCLING CO., LTD.
Zu-Gang Lei, the President of Go Rising Group
Chun-Nan Wu, the Director of Ching Chan Optical Technology Co., Ltd
Anna Liu, the General Manager of Dolphin Logistics Supply Chain Management Co., Ltd.
Gary Cheng, the Chairman of LaserTek Taiwan Co., Ltd.
David Huang, the Chairman of KING POINT ENTERPRISE CO., LTD. (PATTA)
Chih-Hung Ouyang, the President of Brogent Technologies Inc.
Yu-Lin Han, the General Manager of JONG SHYN SHIPBUILDING CO., LTD.
Chin-pei Li, the Chairman of KENT INDUSTRIAL CO., LTD.
Meng-Hsien Wu, the Chief Director of Cheng Ching Eye Center
Yi Chi Tsai, the Chairman of THE ENVOY ENTERPRISE CO., LTD.
Te-Hsien Chang, the Vice President of YUNG CHI PAINT & VARNISH MFG. CO., LTD
Yu-Jen Hsieh, the Chairman of UNICORN CAPITAL CO., LTD.
Wilson Chen, the General Manager SPECIAL FASTENERS ENGINEERING CO., LTD.
Shun-Teng Chiang, The Chairman of DHV HSIUNG LING ENGINEERING CO., LTD.
Fu-Hsiang Huang, the Chairman of Ma Kuang United Clinics of Traditional Chinese Medicine
Lai-Fu Huang, the Board Director of Chung-Shan Development & Investment
Wanbin Chen, the Chairman of CHANG RUEI INVESTMENT CO., LTD.
Chunz-Li Tsai, the Chairman of Tonyan Ltd. Co.
Ken Lee, the Chairman of O-TA Precision Industry Co., LTD.
Sam Chen, the President of LONGWALK BIOTECH CO., LTD.
Wen-Huai Lee, the Chairman of SAN HO STARCH INDUSTRIAL CO., LTD.
Rong-Huei Yu, the Chairman of KAODU MOTOR CO., LTD.
Ying-Yao Cheng, President of National Sun Yat-sen University
Chun-Chi Kung, the Board Director of SYONG-DA International Management Consulting Co., Ltd.
Ching-long Chen, the Chief Director of Kidgarden Topschool
Steve Liao, the Chairman of Sun Lung Gear Works Co., Ltd.
Cheng-Chung Chen, the Psychiatrist of Kaohsiung Municipal Kai-Syuan Psychiatric Hospital
Pei-Chun Chen, M.D. of Peace Psychiatric Clinic
Hsueh Yin Chen, Director & VP-Strategic Planning Unit of KING CHOU MARINE TECHNOLOGY Co., Ltd.
Yen Chen Cheng, the Executive Director of DAVID ENERGY
Chin-Chi Cheng, M.D. of Peace Psychiatric Clinic
Heng-Chia Hsu, M.D. of Kingswood Psychiatric Clinic
Jasper Hsieh, the Chair of NSYSU Graduate Institute of Arts Management & Entrepreneurship
Yi-ling Wu, the Adjunct Instructor at the National University of Kaohsiung
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