On 12th of November, Prof Long-Bin Jeng received the Medical Paragon Prize from Taiwan Medical Association presented by Mr. Shih-Chung Chen of Minister of Health and Welfare.

Date: November 12, 2017

The pioneer of liver transplant in Taiwan, Prof Long-Bin Jeng, is the superintendent of China Medical organ transplant center. He is the driving force that pushes China Medical University to become the leading medical center in managing emergency of liver. His hard work and success in liver transplantation has greatly enhanced Taiwan’s reputation in the field of liver transplantation.

Moreover, Prof Long-Bin Jeng pitches himself in the field of liver transplantation and academic researches. He also never stops himself in developing more innovative techniques. Nevertheless, he puts out all stops in propelling the development in biomedical field and international medical. This Medical Paragon Prize is undoubtedly the praise and recognition Prof Jeng has earned himself in the past 40 years.

The liver transplantation team which is led by Prof Jeng provides first-rated medical treatment to patients. In the past 15 years, they have succeeded in 927 cases of liver transplantation surgeries. Among these 927 cases, 880 cases were conducted as living donor liver transplantation.

As what Prof Jeng has mentioned “bigger knowledge brings bigger responsibilities and every big responsibility brings even bigger stress. So, every technical breakthrough or its modification should be looked and appreciated with modesty in transplant community!”. As Prof Jeng continues to dedicate himself in liver transplantation, this would definitely bring hope to more people in need.


Prof Long-Bin Jeng receiving the Medical Paragon Prize