Executive Committee

Zitao Liu

Dr.Liu is Assistant Professor of Tuft University School of Medicine, Staff Physician, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Tufts Medical Center. Dr.Liu finished his medical training in Norman Bethune University of Medical Sciences, finished his Residency of Obs & Gyn at Bronix-Lebanon Hospital center of Albert Einstein College of Medicine. He also finished his PhD in Anatomy and Cell Biology from Wayne State University School of Medicine, and postdoctoral training in Department of Pediatrics of Vanderbilt University. He is executive member of ACMES, specialty editor of North American Journal of Medicine and Health.

Robert Hao Wu

Dr.Wu is a primary care physician who has been practicing in Boston area for more than 20 years, he is affiliated with Tufts New England Medical center and Boston Medical Center, he is a Fellow of American Physician and he is also a highly regarded community leader, and involved in many community projects and services. He is executive committee member and contributor of ACMES.

Pei-Chang Liu

Dr. Pei-Chang Liu graduated from National Taiwan University with an M.D. degree. He then went on to obtain his M.P.H. degree from Harvard School of Public Health with a concentration in International Health. He completed his internal medicine residency in Yale, critical care fellowship in Mount Sinai, and geriatrics fellowship In Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. Dr. Liu currently serves as the attending in BIDMC and BID Needham for medicine, critical care, and geriatrics. He also hosts the international exchange scholar program between China and BIDMC. His clinical interests include inpatient quality and improvement. He is executive member and lecturer of ACMES, specialty editor of North American Journal of Medicine and Science.

Keyi Jiang

Dr. Jiang graduated from Peking Union Medical College in Beijing. She conducted medical research at Northwestern University in Chicago. She then obtained her pediatric residency training at Nassau University Medical Center in NY and worked as a pediatric hospitalist at the neonatal intensive care unit of Brigham and Women's Hospital. Dr. Jiang is currently a general Pediatrician at Harvard Vanguard Medical Associates.  She is executive member and lecturer of ACMES.

Peter M. Kang

Dr. Kang received his B.A. from the University of California at Berkeley, Berkeley, CA, and his M.D. from George Washington University School of Medicine, Washington, D.C. He completed an Internship and Residency at Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York, and a Cardiology Fellowship at Beth Israel Hospital/Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA. He is currently a full-time cardiology faculty member at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and an Associate Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School. The major focus of Dr. Kang’s laboratory is basic and translational cardiovascular research with an emphasis on developing novel therapies for cardiovascular diseases. One of his research interests is to develop novel nanoparticle-based systems that are activated by hydrogen peroxide, the most abundant form of reactive oxygen species produced during reperfusion injury, to be used in cardiovascular therapeutics and bio-imaging. In addition, his lab is investigating the molecular mechanism of cardiac dysfunction associated with vitamin D deficiency and examining the potential role of Vitamin D therapy in the treatment of heart failure. His lab, in collaboration with other investigators, has identified novel VDR agonists and is studying these novel compounds for clinical applications. He is executive member and lecturer of ACMES.

Dicken Ko

Dr. Ko is currently an attending staff urologic and multi-organ transplant surgeon at the Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School.  He attended Queen’s University School of Medicine in Kingston, Ontario.  He furthered his training in surgery at the University of Toronto in Surgery and the University of British Columbia in Urology.  Dr. Ko was the recipient of the Bill Knox Award in Surgery to pursue fellowship studies in Transplant Surgery under the tutelage of the world renowned pioneer transplant surgeon, Dr. A. Benedict Cosimi at the Massachusetts General Hospital. 

In 2004, Dr. Ko was appointed the Surgical Director of the Renal Transplant Program at Massachusetts General Hospital, succeeding Dr. Francis Delmonico who became the President of United Network for Organ Sharing (UNOS).  In Dr. Ko’s tenure of 8 years as the Director, he grew the program from 60 kidney transplants to consistently close to 100 per year while brining up the patient and graft survival statistics to be always in the top 10 out 250 kidney transplant program across the United States.   After a successful 8 years in a top-level administrative oversight of a robust transplant program, he sently immersed back into urology through his participation in the American Boards.  Dr. Ko was appointed to be on the American Board of Urology (ABU) written Exam Committee for 4 years and became a Task Force Chair in 2011.  He subsequently was invited to be an oral examiner for the ABU in 2013.  Since then, Dr. Ko embarked on another career challenge in building men’s health urology program, male voiding dysfunctions, and state of the art laser surgeries for men with obstructive uropathy.  

Dr. Ko has lectured extensively internationally with many recent invitations to China, Hong Kong, Singapore, Malaysia, Japan and most recently in Thailand.  He has also demonstrated live laparoscopic surgery with Dr. Douglas Dahl’s lead in Shanghai, China at the 2007 Endourology Forum and is performing another series in Beijing in 2013.  He is part of many professional societies and has participated in UNOS committees that deal with organ allocation.  In addition, he has been involved extensively with educational activities, ranging from Harvard Medical School Admissions Committee to establishing the Visiting Education Program for international observers to the Massachusetts General Hospital.  In 2012 to 2013, Dr. Ko served as the 28th President of the Urologic Society for Transplantation and Renal Surgery.  He is executive committee member  and lecturer of ACMES.

Kun Yan

Boston VA Hospital. Dr. Kun Yan earned her medical degree from the Catholic University of Louvain in Brussels, Belgium. She received a PhD degree in the field of Physiology and Biophysics at the University of Illinois in Chicago. She is a board certified physician for both Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, and Electrodiagnostic Medicine. She currently holds the chief of PM&R department position at the VA Boston Healthcare System, instructor position at the Harvard Medical School, and assistant professor position at the Tufts Medical School. She is executive member and lecturer of ACMES.

Wei Kong
Master of Laws, Market director of ACMES and Legal consultant of ACMES

Mr. KONG is founder and president of Sino-American Legal Group LLC, Asian Pacific Chairman of New York City Real Estate Regional Center (EB-5). Mr. KONG is a licensed Law Service in MA and Member of Massachusetts Bar Association (MBA), Member of All china Lawyers Association (ACLA). Mr.KONG is especially good at cross-border investment negotiation and investment immigration services. He graduated from East China University of Politics and Law. Temple University James E. beasley School of Law.