About Me

Last Updated: May 01, 2017

Yu-Yen Lin, MD. 林佑彥醫師

Jan 5, 1987
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The research interests of Dr. Lin cover Chinese medical internal medicine and Chinese medical Ophthalmology, including optic nerve atrophy, glaucoma, cataract, macular disease, and uveitis. Dr. Lin is an expert in “Treatise on Cold Damage Diseases (Shanghanlun, 傷寒論)”and “Chinese Medical Abdominal Diagnosis (中醫腹診).”

His researches explore the possibility to integrate Western and Traditional Chinese medicine in clinical practice.

In addition, Dr. Lin is invited to speak in high schools, universities and hospitals. The subjects of his speech are involved with Chinese medicine, education and presentation skills.

Currently, Dr. Lin is the Vice President of Xiang-Jun Chinese Medicine Clinic in Taichung city.

Current position

the Vice President of Xiang-Jun Chinese Medicine Clinic, Taiwan, R.O.C.
Online Columnist of Microsoft Office 365 Taiwan Club
Online Columnist of "The New Regimen of Traditional Wisdom" at Global Family in Commonwealth Publishing Group

Skills / Expertise/ Excellent Practice

Traditional Chinese Medicine, Ophthalmology, Internal Medicine, Acupuncture, Presentation, Tai-chi Chuan


2005-2012 M.D. Department of Chinese Medicine, China Medical University, Taichung, Taiwan.
2012-2014 Master of Medical Science, Graduate Institute of Acupuncture Science, China Medical University, Taichung, Taiwan.


2011-2012 Internship, Department of Chinese Medicine, China Medical University Hospital,  Taichung, Taiwan.
2012-2013 Attending Physician, Shin-Te Chinese Medicine Clinic, Taichung, Taiwan.
2013-2015 Attending Physician, Hung-Te Chinese Medicine Clinic, Taichung, Taiwan.
2016 Attending Physician, the Vice President of Wu-Sheng-Chan Chinese Medicine Clinic, Taichung, Taiwan.

Medical license and certification

2012 Traditional Chinese Medical license examination, Republic of China.

Membership and professional societies

2012 – Current Member, Chinese Medical Association of Acupuncture

Researches and publications

  1. Yu-Yen Lin, Hsin-Ping Liu. Changes of Synaptic Plasticity Gene Expression by Electroacupuncutre (EA) andLocal Somatothermal Stimulation (LSTS) in Mice Model of Streptozotocin-InducedDiabetes Mellitus. 2014, Degree Thesis, China Medical University.
  2. Yu-Yen Lin, Hsin-Ping Liu. The Effects of Electroacupuncture and Local Somatothermal Stimulation (LSTS) in Mice Model of Streptozotocin-Induced Diabetes Mellitus,5th Global University Network of Traditional Medicine International Symposium 2013 in Kyoto, Japan, Nov 16-17
  3. 林佑彥、曹榮穎(2012年6月):從歷史與中醫的角度談吃冰。《中醫會刊》(台中),90:12-18。
  4. 林佑彥(2012年3月):從歷史與中醫的角度談熬夜。《中醫會刊》(台中),89:13-19。