Nov. 9, 2023
The World's Top 2% Scientists list was published by Stanford University.
Independent Director of Golden Biotechnology Corp., Professor Wen-Wei Hsu, M.D., Honorary President of Chang Gung Memorial Hospital in Chiayi, is a pioneer in the field of orthopedics in Taiwan. He pioneered arthroscopic surgery in Taiwan and founded the Taiwanese Arthroscopy Society. He was awarded the honor of being one of the “WORLD’S TOP 2% SCIENTISTS” this year, and his academic achievements are outstanding.
Stanford University has recently published an update of the list of the top 2% most widely cited scientists in various disciplines, which is considered to be the most prestigious ranking in the world.
Professor Hsu pioneered arthroscopic surgery in Taiwan and was the first to introduce computer-assisted artificial knee joint surgery in Taiwan in 2001. He has also been continuously developing clinical treatment methods for the past 20 years. This year, he was included in the "WORLD’S TOP 2% SCIENTISTS " list published by a team of experts from Stanford University. Professor Hsu’s research has been published in top academic journals. He is a highly respected member of the orthopedic community and his work has had a significant impact on the treatment of musculoskeletal disorders. This recognition of Dr. Hsu's academic impact is well deserved for his outstanding contribution to medicine and academic influence.