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Geen-Dong Chang

(Institute of Biochemical Sciences)

Tel: (02) 3366-4071

Fax: (02) 2363-5038

gdchang@ntu.edu.tw
Research:
  • Cell responses to oxidative stress
  • Machinery and mechanism of cell plasma membrane repair
  • Target identification of small-molecule drugs
  • Development of analytical techniques for small molecules by LC-Mass Spectrometer
Hung-Yuan Chi

(Institute of Biochemical Sciences)

Tel: (02) 3366-4066

Fax: (02) 2363-5038

peterhchi@ntu.edu.tw
Research:
Deciphering the mechanisms of recombination-mediated DNA repair; devising the strategies for prevention and treatment of various cancers that arise because of recombination-repair deficiency or inappropriate regulation.
Lih-Chu Chiou

Tel: (02) 2312-3456 #88323

Fax: (02) 2391-5297

lcchiou@ntu.edu.tw
Research:
Drug abuse, Nociception, Orexins, cannabinoids, Opioid receptors/GIRK channels, CNS Drug development, Synaptic plasticity, Synaptic transmission.
Wan-Wan Lin

Tel: (02) 23123456 #62221, 88315

Fax: (02) 2391-5297

wwllaura1119@ntu.edu.tw
Research:
Innate immunity, Cell death, Inflammation, Macrophage, Protein kinase, Signal transduction.
Dr. Hwan-Ching Tai
Hwan-Ching Tai

Tel: (02) 3366-8682

hctai@ntu.edu.tw
Research:
Understanding proteome changes that underlie aging and Alzheimer's disease, and protein quality control mechanisms against aging; development of protein mass spectrometry methodologies useful for clinical investigations.
Shiang-Jong Tzeng

Tel: (02) 2312-3456 #88314

Fax: (02) 2391-5297

sjtzeng@ntu.edu.tw
Research:
Immunopharmacology, Molecular and development cell biology.
Tsung-Shing Andrew Wang

Tel: (02) 3366-8711

wangts@ntu.edu.tw
Research:
Understanding bacterial virulence factors and host-pathogen interactions; Development of new antibiotics and antibacterial agents; Design of new functional reagents to solve biological problems.
Ching-Shyi Wu

Tel: (02) 2312-3456 #88310

Fax: (02) 2391-5297

cswu2017@ntu.edu.tw
Research:
Uncovering roles of post-translational modifications, such as SUMOylation, ubiquitination, and acetylation in the genome instability and tumorigenesis, and exploiting synthetic lethality for cancer therapy.
Chii-Shen Yang

(Dept. of Biochemical Science and Technology)

Tel: (02) 3366-2275

Fax: (02) 3366-2271

ChiiShen@ntu.edu.tw
Research:
G-protein structure and signal transduction in plant, reguation and specificity study of G-protein signal transduction using fluorescent probe modified RGS protines, structural and kenetic study of photosensory signal transduction in halobacteria
Kai-Chien Yang

Tel: (02) 2312-3456 #88327

Fax: (02) 2391-5297

kcyang@ntu.edu.tw
Research:
Next generation sequencing, Non-coding RNA biology, Ion channel regulation and electrophysiology, Cardiac oxidative stress and arrhythmias.
Tzu-Tang Wei

Tel: (02) 2312-3456 #88319

Fax: (02) 2391-5297

ttwei@ntu.edu.tw
Research:
Inflammation and cancer; induced pluripotent stem cells; vascular diseases; drug discovery and development.

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