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William C. Hsu, M.D.


Medical Director, Asian Clinic and Vice President, International Programs


Mobile technology and diabetes in Asian population


Assistant Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School

Medical School

Mount Sinai School of Medicine 1996


Yale New Haven Hospital 1996-7


Yale New Haven Hospital 1997-9


Clinical Fellowship in Endocrinology and Metabolism, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center/Joslin Diabetes Center/Harvard Medical School, 1999-2001


American Board of Internal Medicine; Subspecialty Certification in Endocrinology and Metabolism



Dr. Hsu's studies focus on understanding causes of diabetes in Asian and Asian American populations and uncovering effective treatments through culturally effective approaches. [Read more]

As Founder and Medical Director of Joslin’s Asian Clinic, Dr. Hsu spearheaded Joslin’s efforts to provide ethnically and culturally tailored care for Asian Americans.

In that role, Dr. Hsu published key research on diabetes care, and conducted numerous community and national projects that address diabetes awareness and health disparities in this population.

As a subject expert, he has co-authored national Standards of Care and a policy changing Position Statement for the American Diabetes Association to redefine weight cutpoint for Asian Americans at risk for developing diabetes.

More recently, he has focused his investigation on mobile health, including exploring the use of cloud-based technology to support diabetes management.