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Vice president, Min-Liang, Kuo

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Vice president, Min-Liang, Kuo
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Min-Liang, Kuo
 
Education:
1984-1985:
M.S., Institute of Biochemistry, National Taiwan University
1985-1989:
Ph.D., Institute of Biochemistry, National Taiwan University
 
 
 
  
Current Positions:
2016- Present
Chair Professor, Graduate Institute of Medicine, Kaohsiung Medical University
2016- Present
Vice President, Kaohsiung Medical University
2012- Present
Co-hiring Professor, Graduate Institute of Toxicology, National Taiwan University College of Medicine
2012- Present
Professor, Institute of Biochemical Science, National Taiwan University College of Life Science
 Professional Experiences:
1999-2005
Professor and Director, Institute of Toxicology College of Medicine National Taiwan University
2005-2006
Professor, Institute of Toxicology College of Medicine National Taiwan University
2006-2007
M.D., Department of Molecular Oncology MD Anderson Cancer Center
2007-2009
Distinguished Professor Associated Dean, Director of R&D, Institute of Toxicology College of Medicine National Taiwan University
2009-2012
Director General, Department of Life Sciences, National Science Council Republic of China
2010-2014
President, The Toxicology Society of Taiwan
2012-2016
Dean, National Taiwan University College of Life Science
 Research Interests:
1.        Molecular mechanisms of oncogenes and tumor suppressors on the important processes of tumor development, including tumorigenesis, metastasis, angiogenesis and drug-resistance.
2.        miRNAs and their important roles in cancer.
3.        Cancer stem cells and their roles in regulating tumor development.
4.        Molecular targeting and drug screening.
Awards and Honors:
1.        Outstanding Academic Research Award, Recognized by of the National Science Council. (2000-20012001-2004).
2.        Outstanding Academic Research Award, Recognized by Chinese  
3.        Oncology Societ (2000).
4.        Dr. Tsungmin Tu Memorial Award, Recognized by Formosa Medical Association(2004)
5.        Outstanding Merit and High Scholastic Achievement to Medical and Pharmaceutical Research Award, Recognized by Wang Ming-Ning Memorial Foundation (2004).
6.        Outstanding Professor Award, Recognized by Far Eastern YZ Hsu Science and Technology Memorial Foundation (2005).
7.        Ministry of Education 11th National Professorships and 51th Academic Awards, Recognized by Ministry of Education Department (2008).
8.        TBF Chair in Biotechnology , Recognized by Taiwan Bio-Development Foundation, TBF(2014)
 

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