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The institute is an interdepartmental and cross-discipline unit aiming to investigate the molecular mechanism of biomedical issues. The research fields of our staff are quite diverse including signaling of cells,protein-protein interactions, modulation of protein synthesis,cytokine regulation and molecular mechanism of autoimmunity.
The institute was established in 1992. At the beginning, the headquarter was located on the 5th floor of Basic Medical Sciences Building in College of Medicine. In light of the importance of collaboration with medical doctors in the affiliated hospital, we moved to a wider space on the
2nd floor of the hospital in the next year. Our faculty now comprises 4 full-time and 10 adjunct teachers.
Teacher
Position
Degree
Field
Fang-Jen LEE
Professor and Director
PhD
Protein expression and vesicular transport
Sheng-Chung LEE
Professor
PhD
Gene expression
Chia-Li YU
Professor
MD, PhD
Autoimmune diseases
Ruey-Hwa CHEN
Professor
PhD
Cell development and apoptosis regulation
(1) Dr. Fang-Jen Lee: Dr. Lee's research focused on the protein expression and regulation of vesicular trafficking. He has received the Outstanding Research Award from National Science Council (NSC).
(2) Dr. Sheng-Chung Lee: He has persistently worked on the mechanism of gene regulation mediated by the transcription factor C/EBPb since his identification of this factor. He has received several awards, including the Outstanding Scientist and Technologist Award from Executive Yuan, Academic Award from Education Yuan and Outstanding Research Award from NSC.
(3) Dr. Chia-Li Yu: Dr. Yu has received the first "Chunh Shu Chin SLE Research Prize" in 1999 in light of the significant contribution on the pathogenetic role of different autoantibodies in the tissue damage of patients with systemic lupue erythematosus.
(4) Dr. Ruey-Hwa Chen: Dr. Chen's research focuses on the signal transduction regulating cell growth and apoptosis. She has received the Outstanding Young Investigator Award from Academia Sinica and Outstanding Research Award from NSC.
(1) Our weekly Journal Club involves small group (5 to 6 person) discussion guided by teachers and is currently using English as the discussion language.
(2) Our master program focuses on the application of molecular biology techniques to biomedical researches.
(3) The Ph.D. program focuses not only on the application of molecular biology techniques to biomedical researches but also on the development of independent research ability.
   
 
Chair:Fang-Jen LEE
Tel:+886-2-23123458 ext. 5701
Fax: +886-2-23957801
Website:
E-mail:acrab@ha.mc.ntu.edu.tw
 


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