Dr Charlie Hsu
Hospital Medical Officer
The Alfred Hospital, VIC Australia
After commencing Bond's Bachelor of Medicine Bachelor of Surgery, Charlie developed special interest in radiology and academic medicine and conducted extensive clinical placements overseas in Taiwan, the United States and Canada.
|2005||Enrolled in Bachelor of Medicine Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) at Bond after receiving Bachelor of Physiotherapy (BPhty) from the University of Queensland|
Awarded the Bond University MBBS Program David Weedon Pathology Medal for Academic Excellence in Pathology
In addition to compulsory clinical rotations at the Gold Coast Hospital, undertook radiology-focused rotations at the Far Eastern Memorial Hospital in Taipei, Taiwan; the University of California San Francisco (UCSF), United States; and St Michael’s Hospital in Toronto, Canada
In collaboration with fellow MBBS graduate Dr Gigi Kwan and under the supervision of Associate Professor Sandeep Bhuta, research articles accepted for publication in the Journal of Clinical Neuroscience
Accepted as member and review author for the Cochrane Cystic Fibrosis and Genetic Disorder (CFGD) group and the Cochrane Peripheral Vascular Disease (PVD) group
Graduated as part of Bond’s inaugural MBBS cohort, qualifying as a doctor in less than five years
Received Cochrane Review Award for student initiated Cochrane Systematic Reviews by the Primary Health Care Research Evaluation and Development (PHCRED) Collaboration
Commenced internship at The Alfred Hospital in Melbourne, Victoria
In collaboration with Dr Gigi Kwan, Professor Mieke Van Driel and Dr Shane Thompson, research publications listed in the Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews
"I feel that the medical program at Bond University is unique and our graduating cohort are going to make superb interns. The small staff-to-student ratio and access to academics is something that other universities cannot offer. The medical program is innovative and the smaller cohort size makes educational initiatives much easier to implement."
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