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Congratulations to Geng-Shuo Bai (Advisor, Dr. Yi-Shuian Huang ) for winning 2015 Excellent master thesis award from the foundation in commemoration of Xun-ruo Yin. ( 2015/05/28 )  
Congratulations to the following people for winning “ 2015 IBMS 1st Research Day/Travel Award Competition ”. ( 2015/05/20 ) ...detail
Congratulations to Dr. Chern, Yijuang for being the recipient of 2014 Outstanding Research Fellow Award of Ministry of Science and Technology. ( 2015/03/23 )  
Congratulations to Dr. Su Yu-Cheng and Hsiao Han-Yun for receiving 2014 MOST Postdoctoral Fellow Outstanding Publication Awards. ( 2015/03/02 )  
Congratulations to Dr. Ya-Jen Chang being awarded as the 23rd Annual Top Ten Distinguished Young Woman, Taiwan. ( 2015/02/16 )  
Study Renews Hope for Effective Use of Circulating Blood Cells in Heart Regeneration Therapy
A research group led by Dr. Patrick C. H. Hsieh, has recently confirmed that circulating blood cells can contribute to cardiomyocyte (heart cell) regeneration after heart attack, by fusion with existing cells and trans-differentiation.
( 2015/02/16 ) ...detail
  • 2015/6/30 (Tue.) 11:00-12:00 Noon B1B Lecture Room, IBMS
    Klotho-enhancers and APP dimerization inhibitors as potential new treatments for Alzheimer’s disease.
    Cidi Chen, Ph.D.
  • 2015/7/1 (Wed.) 11:00-12:00 Noon B1B Lecture Room, IBMS
    BRD4 in Gene-Specific Targeting and Cancer Therapeutics.
    Cheng-Ming Chiang, Ph.D.
  • 2015/7/1 (Wed.) 2:00-3:00 PM B1B Lecture Room, IBMS
    Delineation and Clinical Consequences of Sustained Androgen Synthesis in Prostate Cancer.
    Kai-Hsiung Chang, Ph.D.
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A central role of TRAX in the ATM-mediated DNA repair. Dr. Chern, Yijuang
Oncogene., Jun 22, 2015
A central role of TRAX in the ATM-mediated DNA repair.

Aberrant astrocytes impair vascular reactivity in huntington's disease. Dr. Chang, Chen and Dr. Chern, Yijuang
Ann Neurol., Apr 25, 2015
Aberrant astrocytes impair vascular reactivity in huntington's disease.

SUMO modification of Akt regulates global SUMOylation and substrate SUMOylation specificity through Akt phosphorylation of Ubc9 and SUMO1. Dr. Eminy H. Y. Lee
Oncogene., Apr 13, 2015
SUMO modification of Akt regulates global SUMOylation and substrate SUMOylation specificity through Akt phosphorylation of Ubc9 and SUMO1.
Selective Delivery of PEGylated Compounds to Tumor Cells by anti-PEG Hybrid Antibodies. Dr. Roffler, Steve R.
Mol Cancer Ther., Apr 7, 2015
Selective Delivery of PEGylated Compounds to Tumor Cells by anti-PEG Hybrid Antibodies.

Targeting P<sub>2</sub>X<sub>7</sub> receptor for the treatment of central post-stroke pain in a rodent model. Dr. Shyu, Bai Chuang
Neurobiol Dis., Mar 30, 2015
Targeting P2X7 receptor for the treatment of central post-stroke pain in a rodent model.

Japanese Encephalitis Virus Nonstructural Protein NS5 Interacts with Mitochondrial Trifunctional Protein and Impairs Fatty Acid β-Oxidation. Dr. Lin, Yi-Ling
PLoS Pathog., Mar 27, 2015
Japanese Encephalitis Virus Nonstructural Protein NS5 Interacts with Mitochondrial Trifunctional Protein and Impairs Fatty Acid β-Oxidation.

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