Executive Committee

Shiao-Yu Lee

Dr.Lee is a Clinical Assistant Professor of Harvard Medical School, Attending Gynecologist of Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. Dr.Lee finished his medical training from Taipei Medical University, did his internship in Philadelphia General Hospital and Halifax Infirmary/Dalhousie University in 1960s, finished his Ob/GYN residency in University of Ottawa and Beth Israel Hospital of Harvard. He has been a staff physician in Harvard since 1973. Dr.Lee is well known in his clinical excellence and he performed over 10,000cases of laparoscopic female tubal sterilizations under local anesthesia, one of the largest experiences in the country and he conducted over 10 research trials, he was elected as fellow of American College of OB/GYN and invited to speak nationally and internationally. Dr.Lee is also a great teacher and community leader. He was the first “Physician of the Month” elected by “North American Journal of Medicine and Health and he is also a contributor of North American Journal of Medicine & Science. He is executive committee member and speaker/educator of ACMES.

Guo-Ping Shi

Associate Professor, Department of Cardiology, Brigham Woman Hospital, Harvard Medical School. Dr. Shi received his Ph.D. from Harvard University in 1995. His research focuses on the role of cysteine proteases, inflammatory cells in atherosclerosis, abdominal aortic aneurysms, obesity, diabetes, and autoimmune diseases. He has published over 135 articles mostly on high profile journals, including Science, Nature, Science Signaling, Nature Medicine, Nature Cell Biology, J Clin Invest, etc. Many of his discoveries have been utilized for drug development and clinical trials by several major pharmaceutical companies. He is a recipient of multiple local, national, and international awards, including Established Investigator Award from American Heart Association, and Award for Outstanding Research Achievement from Nature Publishing Group. He also serves as a consultant for 4 pharmaceutical companies and receives Guest or Honorary Professorships from 6 Universities worldwide. He is executive committee member/educator of ACMES and specialty editor of North American Journal of Medicine and Science, Co-chief editor of Cardiovascular issue of NAJMS.

Margo Hudson

Dr Hudson received her medical degree from Tufts University School of Medicine in 1979. She did her internship in internal medicine at Michael Reese Hospital in Chicago, IL and completed her internal medicine residency in Boston at University Hospital (now BUMC) in 1982. She did her specialty training in endocrinology and metabolism at both Joslin Clinic and University Hospital in Boston. After training, she was in private practice specializing in diabetes in Waltham, MA for 18 years. In 2004, she joined the staff at Brigham and Women’s Hospital and now is director of the Diabetes Management Service which is an inpatient glycemic management team. She teaches at Harvard Medical School and is involved in several research projects related to diabetes as well as maintaining an active outpatient diabetes practice. She is executive member and lecturer of ACMES and peer reviewer of NAJMS.

George Qiao

Dr. Qiao is board certified in Internal Medicine and Endocrinology. Currently, Dr. Qiao is an Assistant Clinical Professor of Medicine, Tufts University School of Medicine and serves as Chief of Endocrinology and Medical Director of Carpena Diabetes Center in Carney Hospital, Dorchester, MA. He is a senior member and lecturer of ACMES, and peer reviewer of NAJMS.

Li-Li Hsiao

Dr. Hsiao is an associate physician at Brigham and Women’s Hospital and assistant professor of Harvard Medical School.  She is the founder of “Asian renal clinic, her areas of expertise include hypertension, chronic kidney disease (CKD), IgA nephropathy and herbal medicine-induced nephropathy. She is also a member of Lupus Center at Brigham and Women’s Hospital. She has written over 40 manuscripts, review articles and chapters. One of the articles has been selected as “The 50 most frequently-cited articles in Physiologic Genomics” as year of 2006. Her research areas of interest include mechanisms of vascular calcification in premature aging, herbal effects on kidney injury. Dr. Hsiao has been an active member at Harvard community and has received numerous awards for her outstanding clinical work, teaching and mentoring of students at all levels including the prestigious Clifford Barger 2008-2009 Young Excellent Mentoring Award. She currently also serves as a committee member of Postgraduate education committee of American Society of Nephrology. She is a senior member and lecturer of ACMES, and peer reviewer of NAJMS.

Zhen Wu

Dr. Wu received his Ph.D in Molecular and Cell Biology/Immunology from Brandeis University, He finished his Postdoc fellow at MIT in Picower Institute of Learning and Memory; he worked as Research Scientist/Animal facility manager at Saoirse Inc, senior research scientist at Abbott lab and Shire HGT. He is executive committee member of ACMES and To cure autism institute, and peer reviewer of NAJMS.

Juan Liu

Dr. Liu received her medical degree from Beijing University Medical School and was a medical doctor in China.  Attorney Liu graduated Cum Laude with her Juris Doctor degree from Suffolk University Law School in Boston. While attending the Law School, Attorney Liu obtained the best oral advocacy award in a law school oral advocacy contest.  She further distinguished herself by receiving a legal internship at the United Nation.  As a student in the Law School, Attorney Liu successfully assisted a Chinese company to defend contractual claims filed by a large world famous company before the Arbitration Institute of the Stockholm Chamber of Commerce, Sweden. Attorney Liu is licensed to practice laws in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and the United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts.  Attorney Liu actively practices in areas including Franchise laws, Corporate, Business and Commercial laws, Trademark laws, Civil Litigation, Real Estate Laws, International Business Development and Transaction, etc.She is executive committee member and educator of ACMES, editor of North American Journal of Medicine and Health.

Li Arango

Li Arango is from Tianjin, China and graduated from the Dental School of Tianjin University in 1990. She then joined the Oral and Maxillofacial residency program at the Dental Hospital of Tianjin University. After her residency program she moved to Texas where she obtained her Master Degree in Molecular Biology at University of Texas, Graduate School of Biomedical Science in Houston.  She got her DMD in 2002 from Tufts Dental School, Boston. Dr. Arango has many years of extensive expertise. She currently runs her newly renovated dental practice in Stoughton, MA. She stays at the forefront of cosmetic and preventative dentistry by keeping up-to-date on all the latest dental treatment available and having state-of the-art equipment such as digital x-ray technology, intra-oral cameras, CEREC. Dr. Arango is a member of the American Dental Association and the American Academy of Implant Dentistry. She is executive committee member and educator of ACMES.