中文学术讲座 - Academic Talks (Chinese)
& Biography of Reginald Tsang MD

作为一名科学家和医生,曾叔叔发表过很多学术论文,也在世界各地作很多学术讲座。 多年来,有很多来自中国的学者和医生对文化、信仰和传统充满好奇,曾叔叔经常给他们作生动有趣的普通话讲座。 若您的学者朋友对此感兴趣,可以向他们推荐这些视频。

Uncle Reggie is a highly published scientist and physician. Over many years, he regularly gives lively Mandarin talks to Scholars and Doctors from China who are curious about culture, faith and traditions. They have found these talks fascinating and entertaining. Your scholar friends likely might be interested in this so please introduce them to these videos.

Chat With Uncle Reggie: The Legacy of the Bible

曾教授講座: 聖经的遺產

Chat With Uncle Reggie: Resurrection

曾教授講座: 起死回生的謎

Chat With Uncle Reggie: Science, Logic & Design

曾教授講座: 科學邏輯和設計

Chat With Uncle Reggie: Seven Questions

曾教授講座: 七个疑題

Chat With Uncle Reggie: Giving a Talk

曾教授講座: 科研演講

Chat With Uncle Reggie: How to make Posters

曾教授講座: 如何做科研海報

Chat With Uncle Reggie: How to Write Abstracts & Make Posters

曾教授講座:如何寫科研摘要

Reginald C. Tsang, MBBS Biography

Dr. Reginald Tsang received his medical degree from the University of Hong Kong in 1964. He was pediatric resident at the Queen Mary Hospital of Hong Kong and the Michael Reese Hospital of Chicago, which included a year of NIH fellowship in Neonatology/Developmental Nephrology. He completed his fellowship in Neonatology at the University of Cincinnati/Children’s Hospital Medical Center in 1971, was appointed to the faculty and became Professor of Pediatrics, Obstetrics and Gynecology in 1979.

Dr. Tsang was appointed Director, Division of Neonatology in 1983 and was awarded an endowed chair, The David G. & Priscilla R. Gamble Professorship of Neonatology in 1986. He became Vice Chairman for Pediatrics in 1988. Dr. Tsang was founder and director of the Perinatal Research Institute at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital/University of Cincinnati in 1986. Together with Jeffrey Whitsett, the Cincinnati Neonatology Program became the premier one in the country. Other responsibilities have been Director of the Fels Division of Pediatric Research at the University of Cincinnati in 1974; Director of the Neonatology Training Program in 1987; Principal Investigator and Director of the NIH Program Project Grant Diabetes in Pregnancy since 1987; Principal Investigator and Director of the NIH Perinatal Emphasis Research Center since 1985; and Director of the Cincinnati Bristol Myers Nutrition Center 1987-1992.

Dr. Tsang was awarded the Nutrition Award of the American Academy of Pediatrics in 1989, the George Rieveschl Award for Distinguished Scientific Research, University of Cincinnati, 1991, the Founders’ Award of the Midwest Society for Pediatric Research, 1992, the Nutrition Award of the American College of Nutrition in 1994, and the Higgins Award in Nutrition of the March of Dimes, 1994. Dr. Tsang has been NIH consultant in various capacities since 1979, serving on the Advisory Committee NHLBI Arteriosclerosis, Hypertension and Lipid Metabolism Council, 1979-1983, Site Visitor for NIH Program Projects, NICHD Trial of Calcium for Preeclampsia Prevention Advisory Committee, 1991 and Chairman, NIH Nutrition Training Special Study Section, 1990. Dr. Tsang has been a consultant for many Children’s Hospitals for research and development.

Dr. Tsang was President of the American College of Nutrition, 1989-1991 and President of the Midwest Society for Pediatric Research from 1978-1979. He is a member of numerous Societies including the Endocrine Society, American Society of Clinical Nutrition, Society for Pediatric Research, American Pediatric Society, and the Perinatal Research Society. He served on the Councils of both the American Pediatric Society and the Perinatal Research Society. Dr. Tsang has been Associate Editor of Pediatric Annals; the Journal of Pediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition, and the Journal of the American College of Nutrition. He has been a reviewer for more than 20 journals and ad hoc reviewer for organizations such as the NIH; March of Dimes; US Department of Agriculture, and the Thrasher Foundation.

Dr. Tsang has been visiting professor in over 150 cities in 46 countries and has published over 400 papers and book reviews on the subjects of Calcium and Vitamin D Metabolism, and Diabetes in Pregnancy. His scientific articles have been cited over 6,100 times ( Doximity ) among the top 5% in the world. To most in the pediatric world, Dr. Tsang became known as “Mr. Calcium”. His research work has been extensively supported by grants from the NIH and industry. Dr. Tsang has been chairman of many specialty sessions at the Society for Pediatric Research, American Pediatric Society, American Society for Bone Mineral Research, and American College of Nutrition meetings.

Dr. Tsang has organized more than 20 national and regional research conferences. He has trained more than 65 postdoctoral fellows with 80% of them remaining in academic medicine. His book Starting an Academic Research Career is widely distributed, as are his books Nutrition in Infancy; Vitamin, Mineral Requirements in Preterm Infants; and Nutrient Requirements in Preterm Infant, generally recognized as the international “bible” for defining nutritional needs in preterm infants.

Dr. Tsang was heavily involved in community work to improve Access to Prenatal Care, and initiated, with Dr. Jerry Rauh, a citywide program Postponing Sexual Involvement for 40,000 high school students in Cincinnati, which has coincided with a ~50% reduction in teen pregnancies. Dr. Tsang co-founded Medical Services International in 1994 and served as its Executive Director; MSI brought in over 5,000 medical and educational professionals to serve in volunteer capacities in SW China, over 100 of whom live long term in China.