2022 Spring Term

** Please click course title to download course syllabus.
Course Title Credits Time & Venue Note Curriculum Number
Discussion in Advanced Chemical Biology II 3 Fridays: 9:10 - 12:10
2/18 - 5/27
Room 121, Department of Chemistry, National Taiwan University
Coordinator: Dr. Chun-Hung Lin

Specialized Course--Required for CB track students.

Provide students with advanced knowledge in bioorganic chemistry.
NTU:
Chem8036

NTHU:
11020TIGP719500
Experimental Molecular Biophysics 3 Tuesdays: 14:00 - 17:00
2/15 - 6/14
Room 208, Institute of Biological Chemistry, AS
Coordinator: Dr. Wei-Yuan Yang

Specialized Course--Required for MB track students.

Provide students with advanced knowledge of molecular biophysics and its experimental methods.

Please register by the Google survey (deadline: 13 February)
NTU:
BChem8021

NTHU:
11020TIGP719400
Colloquium 1 Please submit the reports by the deadline Coordinator: Dr. Wan-Wan Lin, Dr. Todd Lowary

Please register by the Google survey (deadline: 22 January)
Details and forms will be sent by emails.

Regulations: Click here
Report Format: Click here
Report Submission: Click here (Deadline for the last report: 12:00 pm (noon) 20 May 2022)
NTU IBS&DGP:
BChem8027

NTU CHEM:
CHEM8049

NTHU LS:
11020TIGP718200

NTHU CHEM:
11020CHEM570000
Seminar 1 Wednesdays: 10:00 - 12:00
2/23 -
Room 209, Institute of Biological Chemistry, AS
Coordinator: TBD

Required Course. Required for 4 semesters.

Please register by the Google survey (deadline: 12:00 pm (noon) on 10 February)
Details and forms will be sent by emails.
NTU IBS&DGP:
BChem8014

NTU CHEM:
Chem8052

NTHU:
11020TIGP718100
Lab Rotation 2 Students are required to do at least two rotations at the regulated timeframes below. An additional rotation opportunity will be available. Missing deadlines for joining rotations or form submissions will lead to 1/3 of monthly stipend deducted till the student starts the rotation.

First rotation: 1 November - 31 December
Second rotation: 17 January - 18 March
Third rotation (4 April-3 June) is optional.
Required Course. Each section must be at least 8 weeks in length and must be carried out with different professors. For more information, please refer to Lab Rotation Guidelines.

Please submit the required forms for the first and second rotations to the CBMB office before 10/29.
  1. Lab Rotation Application Form
  2. Lab Rotation Confirmation
After each rotation, please submit the Lab Rotation Report and Evaluation Form.

NTU IBS, DGP, CHEM, and NTHU LS students please select Lab Rotation in the Spring semester.
NTHU CHEM students please select Seminar I instead.
NTU IBS&DGP:
BChem8017

NTU CHEM:
Chem8050

NTHU LS:
11020TIGP719300
Seminar I 2 1 rotation/research Required Course for NTHU CHEM PhD students.
Each rotation/research must be at least 2 months in length.

Note: students entering with a BS will perform the same first year research rotations, but will not register for Seminar I until you become a PhD student.
NTHU:
11020CHEM650000
Elementary Chinese (II) 0 Tuesdays: 18:30-21:30

TIGP Building
Required for all international students unless proof of Chinese proficiency can be provided. NTU students do not need to register the Chinese class, but have to take and pass the class.

Students will receive a certificate after passing the course.

* Students who enroll in the Spring semester or did not take the course in 2021 Autumn are required to take Elementary Chinese (I) first.
NTHU:
11020TIGP719100

UCD: The courses may be canceled due to COVID-19. Please refer to the website (https://w2.ibc.sinica.edu.tw/ucd-as/)

Course Title Credits Time & Location Note code
Pharmaceutical Chemistry 2 Please refer to the website Please refer to the website NTU:
BChem 5033

NTHU:
10820TIGP717500
Chemistry of Natural Products 2 Please refer to the website Please refer to the website NTU:
BChem 5035

NTHU:
10820TIGP716600



Elective courses:
If you do not see the Curriculum Number, it means the course is not open this semester. If the Curriculum Number is ˇ§TBD,ˇ¨ means it is still under administration procedure. It will be available to choose soon.

Course Title Credits Time & Location Note code
Glycobiology 2 Wednesdays: 15:30 - 17:20
2/16 - 6/1
N101, IBS, NTU
Coordinators:
Dr. Kay-Hooi Khoo, Dr. Takashi Angata, Dr. Chun-Hung Lin, Dr. Todd Lowary
NTU:
BChem7019

NTHU:
11020TIGP719800
New Drug Research and Development 2 Thursdays: 10:20 - 12:10
BASIC MEDICAL BLDG.ROOM NO.1105, College of Medicine, National Taiwan University
Coordinator: Dr. Thai-Yen Ling NTU:
Phmco7007

NTHU:
11020TIGP719000
Computational Biology 3 Fridays: 9:00 - 12:00
2/18 - 6/17
R220, Life Science Building II, NTHU
Coordinator: Dr. Lee-Wei Yang NTU:
Chem5120

NTHU:
11020LSBS565100
Carbohydrate Chemistry 3 Tuesdays: 9:10 - 12:10
2/15 - 5/31
N101, IBS, NTU
Coordinator: Dr. Todd Lowary

Suggestion: have taken the course "Organic Chemistry" in Bachelor or Master.
NTU:
BChem5052

NTHU:
11020TIGP718500
Experimental Approaches in Molecular Medicine
(MM Program)
2 Tuesday 13:30-15:20
3/1 - 5/3
8F TIGP classroom, Institute of Biomedical Sciences, Academia Sinica
Coordinator: Dr. Woan-Yuh Tarn NTU:
PTMP8011

NTHU:
11020TIGP719700
Professional Developments for a Graduate Student
(MCB Program)
2 Thursday 14:00 - 16:00
3/4 - 6/17
1Fl, Auditorium, Institute of Molecular Biology, Academia Sinica
Coordinators: Dr. Jun-An Chen & Dr. Yen-Ping Hsueh NTU:
GenSys5019

NTHU:
11020TIGP717000
Molecular & Cellular Approaches to Biotechnologies
(MBAS Program)
2 Thursdays: 14:00 - 17:00
* the schedule may be changed due to further plans
2/14 - 6/13
A236, Agricultural Technology building, AS
Coordinator: Dr. Pei-Wen Hsiao NTU:
Prog5255

NTHU:
11020TIGP717800
Advanced Organic Chemistry
(SCST Program)
3 Thursdays: 13:30 - 16:30
2/17 - 6/2
B105, IoC, AS
Coordinator: Dr. Cheng-Chung Wang & Dr. Jiun-Jie Shie NTU:
Prog5255

NTHU:
11020TIGP717800
Note:
Students are encouraged to take courses offered by other TIGP programs to fulfill credit requirements for specialized courses. All courses must be taught in English and related to the field of Chemical Biology and Molecular Biophysics.
If the course is not on the list, means it does not count as graduation credits for the CBMB program.

Students could apply to take the course not on the list, but must meet the requirements here:
  1. Contact the program and the coordinator of the course. Get confirmation and permission to take the course.
  2. Send the course information to the secretary of the CBMB program, including course title, credits, time & venue, coordinator, confirmation from the coordinator or program office, and syllabus. The application must be submitted at least two weeks before the course starts.
  3. If the course is approved by the Academic Affairs Committee, it can count as credits for graduation requirements.