Dr. Hsue completed veterinary school at the University of California-Davis. He subsequently underwent a year-long small animal rotating medicine and surgery internship at the Ohio State University, and then returned to the University of California-Davis for his 3-year cardiology residency. In the following year, Dr. Hsue pursued a translational research fellowship at the University of Pennsylvania to explore and expand his interests in cardiac electrophysiology and arrhythmic diseases (abnormal heart rhythms).
Dr. Hsue’s professional interests include arrhythmias and the structural and molecular basis of heart disease. He enjoys immersing in other cultures and developing an inclusive and equitable community, having served in the Peace Corps in West Africa, worked on a local farm in Ecuador, and is currently functioning as the Research and Publications Committee Chair for the Multicultural Veterinary Medical Association.
In his spare time, Dr. Hsue enjoys going on backpacking trips with his dog, Diva. Despite being a rescue Chihuahua, Diva has no problems climbing over mountains and cozying up by the campfire.