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Kai-Wen Huang

Kai-Wen Huang, M.D

Assistant professor 



Fields of specialty

Hepatobiliary and pancreatic surgery, colorectal surgery,

tumor surgery Genomics and gene therapy


Current Position

Attending physician and assistant professor of

Department of Surgery and Hepatitis Research Center

in National Taiwan University Hospital


M.D. College of Medicine, National Taiwan University,


Master Graduate Institute of Clinical Medicine, National

Taiwan University, 2001

PhD Graduate Institute of Clinical Medicine, National

Taiwan University, 2011

Postgraduate Training

Resident in Department of Surgery from 1998 to 2004

Fellowship in Department of HBP and Artificial Organ and

Transplantation at University of Tokyo and in Department

of Surgical oncology at Nagoya University Hospital


Research interest

Dr. Huang majors in cancer genomics and gene therapy. The main purpose of his research is focus on studying the treatment of cirrhosis and liver tumor. Currently, his research is to study the gene expression of liver cirrhosis and gene therapy, and he is continuing to perform research translation medicine on the results of animal study.