Michael is co-founder and CEO of Hukui Biotechnology. Prior to his biotechnology ventures, Michael had 15 years in early-stage venture capital, angel investment, and 10 years in the semiconductor industry. He has extensive interdisciplinary and practical experiences, expertise in incubation, top management recruiting, deal sourcing, due diligence, financial analysis, cost accounting, company evaluating, syndicated funding, strategic alliance, M&A negotiation, and IPO tactic planning.

    Michael served as CEO and Initiator of Chiao-Tung University Angel Club in 2012, a tier-one Angel Club in the Chinese community. The Club invested 25+ startups with USD 20 million and the follow-on funding more than USD 150 million. Prior to his entrepreneur and venture capitalist career, he served as an electronic engineer in United Microelectronic Corp. (UMC), in charge of the design service function for advanced process customers. UMC is the third semiconductor foundry in the world, with USD 5.2 billion revenue annually.

    Michael is enthusiastic about community service, serving as Executive Director of The University of Chicago Alumni Club of Taiwan, ex-associate director of Chiao-Tung University Alumni Club, and on the review committee of Innovation and Incubation Center of Tsing-Hwa University. Michael received his MBA from the University of Chicago, Booth School of Business in the US, and earned his MSEE from National Taiwan University and BSEE from National Chiao-Tung University.