Peter Liou

Dr. / MD. Peter Liou, MD

About the Doctor

Dr. Peter Liou, MD, stands at the forefront of transplant surgery, merging his surgical skill with academic rigor as an Assistant Professor of Surgery at Columbia University. His comprehensive training at New York Presbyterian/Columbia, coupled with a dedication to minimally invasive techniques, positions him as a leader in both abdominal organ transplantation and hepatobiliary surgery. Dr. Liou's approach prioritizes innovative methods to improve patient outcomes, making him a valued figure in the complex tapestry of modern surgery.

At New York Presbyterian Hospital, his role as an Attending Transplant Surgeon is complemented by a commitment to collaborative care, working alongside esteemed colleagues to provide top-tier medical services. His ability to communicate in Mandarin expands his impact, allowing for culturally sensitive patient interactions. Dr. Liou's international engagements, particularly in surgical outreach and education in various countries, underscore his dedication to global health advancements and the sharing of best practices.



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Frequently Asked Questions

  • In which specialty does Dr. Peter Liou work?

    He works in the general surgery department.

  • At which hospital does Peter Liou work?

    Dr. Peter works at - NewYork-Presbyterian / Columbia University Irving Medical Center.

  • What diseases is Dr. Peter in?

    Dr. Peter specializes in diseases and treatments such as kidney transplantation, liver resection surgery, hepatobiliary surgery and biliary surgery, robotic surgery, liver cancer.

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