CHIANG Wan-tsui (江浣翠)


Associate Professor

S.J.D., Indiana University Maurer School of Law

Research Expertise :

Health Law, Biomedical Patent Law

    • S.J.D, Indiana University – Maurer School of Law, the United States of America
    • Member of Institutional Review Board, E-Da Hospital, Kaohsiung
    • Licensed Attorney-of-law in Taiwan
    • LL.M., University of Washington – School of Law, Seattle, the United States of America
    • Master of Arts, Taipei Medical University – Graduate Institute of Medical Sciences, Taipei City, Taiwan
    • Bachelor of Science in Law, National Taiwan University
  • Medical Care Law, Bioethics, Public Health Law, Medical Patent Law
  • American Torts, Litigation Writing, Judicial Court Externship, Particular Kinds of Obligations of Civil Code, Special Topics on Medical Law- Medical Malpractice and Litigation, Biomedical Patent Law
  • Wan-Tsui Chiang, Medical Professionalism, Right to Health, and the Accessibility of Human Intellectual Achievement: An Analysis of the Patentability of Methods of Medical Treatment (doctoral dissertation).
  • Wan-Tsui Chiang, Contemporary Legal Challenge in Taiwan’s Medical Professionalism – A Changing Relationship between Physicians, Patients and the Society, “Conference on International Health and Trade: Globalization and Related Health Issues,” August 5-6, 2011 in Taipei, Taiwan.
  • Wan-Tsui Chiang, The Characteristics of Medical Professionalism in Taiwan- an Observation on Medical History, Health Law, and Legal Matters, “The 17th Annual North American Taiwan Studies Conference”, June 17-18, 2011 in Pittsburgh, USA.
  • Wan-Tsui Chiang, Rethinking Taiwan’s HIV Treatment Program – The Linkage between HIV Surveillance and Medical Services, “Workshop on Health Policy, Legal Issues and Trade”, July 23- 24, 2009 in Taipei, Taiwan.
  • Wan-Tsui Chiang, Assisted Reproductive Technology for Married Couples only?-A Study of Social Value and Social Change in Taiwan, “International Congress on Medical Law and Conference on Public Health Law & Ethics”, August 15-19, 2005 in Seoul, Korea.