Invited Moderator

Taiwan (台灣)
  • Prof.  彭忠衎(PENG, CHUNG-KAN )
  • Deputy Director, Department of Medical Planning
  • *. Department of Medical Planning, Medical Affairs Bureau Ministry of National Defense, Taiwan *. Division of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine, Department of Internal Medicine, Tri-Service General Hospital, National Defense Medical Center, Taipei, Taiwan
Professor Chung-Kan Peng, born in Taiwan, completed his medical education, including the Doctor in Medicine, in his home country. In 2011, he achieved a significant academic milestone by obtaining his doctorate, focusing on pulmonary medicine and critical care. His dedication to improving healthcare, especially in pulmonology and critical care medicine, has been exceptional. Notably, he has held esteemed positions, including at the distinguished Tri-Service General Hospital, solidifying his status as a leading medical expert in Taiwan and internationally.
Over the course of his career, Professor Peng has made substantial contributions to the medical field, conducting research and delivering specialized care to patients with airway diseases, critical illnesses, sleep disorders, and those benefitting from hyperbaric oxygen therapy. His innovative approaches and steadfast dedication to patient-centric care have left a lasting impact on the medical community.
In his current role at the Ministry of National Defense Medical Affairs Bureau, specifically within the Department of Medical Planning, Professor Peng continues to demonstrate unwavering commitment and excellence in military medical service. His expertise and dedication are instrumental in shaping medical strategies and planning, ultimately enhancing the health and well-being of individuals within the military healthcare system and beyond.