• New PCR Method Enhances Minute cfDNA Sequencing and More

    The progress of Next-Generation Sequencing (NGS) as a research and diagnostic tool has stirred excitement lately worldwide. Dr. Kuo-Ping Chiu has contributed another piece of good news to the scientific world by reporting in the January 17, 2017 issue of Scientific Reports journal an innovative approach which not only can amplify minute DNA for DNA sequencing, but potentially can be used for DNA-based diagnosis... Read More
  • Simplified Process to Make Anticoagulant Drug Wins the Hung’s Team the IBMI Award

    Nature does wonders! Who would have thought that something within the intestines of pigs called heparin could be used to make drugs being used in modern operating rooms in all hospitals? Read More
  • Reaching Out – Another Step to Go Above and Beyond

    The collaborative spirit is one of the key strengths in Genomics Research Center. When chemists, biologists, and engineers are mixed and matched, the synergy thereby created and re-created helps to pave the way toward solving critical human diseases... Read More
  • A Simple Sugar Makes the Life or Death Difference to an Activated B Cell

    O-GlcNAc is a monosaccharide spotted inside cells that has caught attentions lately. Although a very basic unit of carbohydrate, it is a big deal when noted to have shown up in the event of phosphorylation in the cell. Phosphorylation is a recognized process for messages to pass around within cells in order to carry out biological functions... Read More
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Awards & Honors

  • Congratulation to Dr. Jung-Lin Wu for getting the "Distinguished Thesis Awards" of the 12th TienTe Lee Biomedical Awards
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  • Dr. Shang-Cheng Hung Awarded 2016 CSLT Award for Academic Excellence
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  • Dr. Yun-Ru Chen Awarded 2016 CSLT Outstanding Young Scholars Award
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  • Congratulations to Dr. Li-Jung Juan for Receiving the 2017 Investigator Award
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