Eddie C. Cheung
University of California
Eddie C. Cheung, M.D., FACG, is a Clinical Professor of Internal Medicine and Gastroenterology/Hepatology at the University of California at Davis, School of Medicine, as well as an Honorary Professor at the 302 Military Hospital in Beijing. He has been also on the Clinical Faculty at the Stanford University, School of Medicine and University of California at San Francisco, School of Medicine. He graduated from Taipei Medical University in 1974 and completed his Fellowship of Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Clinical Nutrition at the University of Louisville, Kentucky in 1980. He was the Director of Hepatology for the Veteran Administration Northern California Healthcare System in Martinez, California. He is the Hepatology Advisor for Vital Therapies (ELAD) in San Diego, California. He is the Director of Internal Medicine and Gastroenterology/Hepatology at the International Medical Center in Beijing, China and Asian Medical Clinic in Fremont, California. He also serves as the clinical investigator as well as on the Advisory Board and Speaker Bureau of the Chronic Liver Disease Foundation, Asian Health Foundation and various pharmaceutical companies. He founded the Asian Cancer Coalition and is on the Coalition to Eradicate Viral Hepatitis in Asia Pacific as well as the US National Task Force for Hepatitis B. He chaired the US/China Summit on Viral Hepatitis and Liver Cancer. He is the co-chair, moderator and on the International Advisory Board for Asia Pacific Association for the Study of the Liver Annual Meeting and Single Topic Conference. He is on the Executive Board of the California Hepatitis Alliance. He is on the Advisory Board of the Institute of Translational Hepatology. He received the Salute to Excellence Outstanding Community Service Award from the American Liver Foundation, Outstanding Contribution to Health Award from the Community Health Charities, the Distinguish Community Service Award from the Salvation Army and the Special Contribution Award from the Department of Veterans Affairs.
Prevention, diagnosis and treatment of esophagus, stomach, small intestine, colon, liver, pancreas, gall bladder and nutritional disorders.