• Antibody targeting IL-17B/RB proved effective for pancreatic cancer

    Of all battles against cancer, when it comes to the therapeutics for pancreatic cancer, more than ever, it is too little and too late. That is why, when Dr. Wen-Hwa Lee’s team developed an antibody and proved that it can extend the life of lab mice to twice longer than its compared group... Read More
  • Congratulations to Dr. Kuo-I Lin for winning the 2015 TBF Chairs in Biotechnology

    Dr. Kuo-I Lin, Research Fellows of Genomics Research Center, has been named the 2015 RBDF Chairs. The recipients of four chairs worth a total of NT$100 million to be held in 2015. The chairs have been established by Taiwan Bio-Development Foundation to acknowledge outstanding local scientists... Read More
  • Cholesterol Synthesis Enzyme Proved Suspect in Lung Cancer Metastasis

    Squalene synthase, commonly abbreviated as SQS, is an enzyme that has been shown to elevate cholesterol levels in mice when overly expressed. SQS has been linked with liver since no matter it is the good cholesterol or the bad cholesterol, the make of its origin is in the liver. However, in a collaborated study led by the primary investigator Dr. Michael Hsiao... Read More
  • Catch Me If You Can, I’m the Cancerous Brand

    Prior to Dr. Ying-Chih Chang’s joining Genomics Research Center back in 2004. The idea of applying her training in Engineering to the Biotechnology field focusing on diseases was a brand new challenge to her. Years later, she not only expanded into biological sciences, but also successfully developed a process/tool solution... Read More
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Awards & Honors

  • Academia Sinica President Chi-Huey Wong Receives 2015 Robert Robinson Award
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  • Congratulations to Dr. Yun-Ru Ruby Chen for Receiving the ADPD 2015 Award
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  • Congratulations to President Chi-Huey Wong & Dr. Wen-Hwa Lee for being elected as the 2014 Fellows of National Academy of Inventors
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  • Congratulations to Dr. Tse Wen Chang for receiving the 2014 TWAS Prize
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