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The faculty consists of 9 full-time members: 3 professors, 2 associate professor, and 4 assistant professors. All of them possess doctoral degrees. The research interests of our faculty members are diversified and include the fugal classification, plant classification, plant physiology, biochemistry, molecular biology, and medical biotechnology.

Full-Time Faculty




Research Interest


Professor and Chairperson

Cheng, Tai-Sheng

Ph.D. Dept. of Plant Sciences Univ. of Rhode Island

Molecular Biology, Plant Physiology

Introduction of Biotechnology, Plant Physiology, Molecular Biology


Chang, Te-Sheng

Ph. D. Dept. of Chemical Engineering National Tsin-Hua University

Regulation of melanogenesis, Development of skin-whitening agents.

Regulation of Melanogenesis, Microbiology, Molecular Genetics.


Chang, Tsui-Ling

Ph. D. Dept. of Molecular and Cell Biology, University of Texas at Dallas

Human genetic disease, ubiquitin-proteasome pathway

Cell biology, Signal transduction, Proteomics, Immunology


Teng, Yen-Ni

Department of Biology, National Taiwan Normal University

Reproductive medicineMale infertilityGenetics ; Molecular Biology ; Biochemistry

Bioinformatics ; Bioinformatics Experiment ; Introduction to Environmental Biotechnology ; Seminar ; Introduction to Bio-Sensing

Associate Professor

Huang, Ming- Chih

Ph. D. Graduate School of Agricultural and Life Sciences/Faculty of Agriculture Department of The University of Tokyo


Systems BiologyFisher  BiotechnologyGene of CancerMolecular Neurology

Introducthion of Biotechnology, Systems Biology, Bio-Industry Management,

Assistant Professor

Tseng, Deng-Yu

Ph. D. Institute of Zoology, National Taiwan University

Physiology, Endocrinology, Reproduction, Molecular Biology

Physiology, Vertebrates, Ichthyology, Endocrinology, Reproduction


Assistant Professor


Tsao, Che-Chia

Ph.D., Dept. of Biology, University of Rochester, USA

Molecular cell biology of cilia and cilia-related diseases; functional genomics and biotechnology of algae

Genetics, Microscopy techniques, Advanced biochemistry, Special topics in genome science and human diseases

Assistant Professor

Ting, Huei-Ju Ph.D., Toxicology Training Program, University of Rochester, USA Molecular cell biology and toxicology of nuclear hormone receptors General Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, Biostatistics, Introduction of Toxicology, Advanced biochemistry, Research Methods of Molecular Medicine
Assistant Professor  WU, Hui-Chen Ph.D., Biologie Intégrative des Plantes, University de Montpellier 2, UM2 microbiology, Physiology of plants, Plant Stress Physiology, Biofuels Plant immunology, General Plant Pathology,Virology



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