Dr. Chu has been extremely proactive in exploring various areas in which clinical pathologists can contribute professionally. She was elected to serve as the Vice President of the Postdoctoral Association at the College of Veterinary Medicine. She actively participates in the ASVCP Web and Communication Committee and serves as an associate member of the ACVP Pathology Informatics Committee. Recently, she was nominated to be a member of the Phi Zeta Veterinary Honor Society (Eta Chapter).
Outside from work, she enjoys outdoor activities, hang out with my friends as well as painting and spending time with her husband, Bill Cheng, a software developer at Google, and her furbabies, Aggie (a tabby cat) and Toby (a rescued Chi-Poo).
Kayak in New Orleans swamp
I am so lucky to marry this guy!
Texas Renaissance Festival
My acrylic painting of Aggie
Houston MudChallenger, 2017
ACVP Phase I Examination – March 2018
(passed prior to starting the residency)
2014 - 2018
Texas A&M University
Ph.D. in Veterinary Pathobiology
North American Veterinary Licensing Examination
– November 2015
Taiwan Veterinary License (#7309) – July 2013
2008 - 2013
National Taiwan University
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine
Outstanding College Youth Award
Texas Special License (#S-576) – June 2020
CVM Inclusive Climate Aggie Ally Training – April 2016
Certificates for Diversity & Inclusion in Veterinary Medicine – December 2020
QPR Suicide Prevention Gatekeeper Program Certificate
– April 2021