Dr. Hsu received his undergraduate education at MIT, where he double-majored in Mechanical Engineering and Biology, and he subsequently received a Masters of Engineering in Biomedical Engineering at MIT. He attended medical school at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA, and received his Internal Medicine residency training at UCSF Medical Center. He completed his General Cardiology and Advanced Heart Failure/Transplant fellowships at UCLA Medical Center, where he served as Chief Fellow. As a fellow in the UCLA STAR Program, he received his Ph.D. in the UCLA Molecular Cellular & Integrative Phsyiology (MCIP) department, in which he led several projects focused on molecular imaging of cardiovascular development and disease.
Dr. Hsu is actively involved in the American Heart Association, and he currently serves as Co-Chair of the AHA Fellows-in-Training Programming Subcommittee and an Assistant Editor of Social Media for the AHA journal, Circulation. He is also an active member of the North American Vascular Biology Organization (NAVBO), in which he serves on the Communication Committee. Further, he is an active member of the American College of Cardiology (ACC), in which he serves as an Editorial Team member for the ACC.org Sports and Exercise Cardiology section.
Medical Board Certifications
Areas of Focus
- American Heart Association Post-Doctoral Fellowship (2018-2019)