Organization profile

Organisation profile

The TMU Core Facility operates as part of the Office of Research and Development at Taipei Medical University.

It houses several high-end equipments that are available on a pay-for-use basis to researchers throughout Taipei Medical University, as well as to non-TMU researchers.

It manages five individual cores, such as Imaging Core, Mass Spectrometry Core, NMR Core, Flow Cytometry Core, Bioinformatics Core, and Basic Research Core. These staffed facilities provide researchers to access high-end instruments, techniques, and technical expertise; as well as offer training in different instrument operations and guidance for related projects.

To better service the faculties and students at Taipei Medical University, several instruments in the Basic Research Core are available 24 hours. In addition, the TMU Core facility also hosts instrument-related seminars and training programs every year. Policies regarding services, fees, access, and prioritization may vary by instrument, please contact us for more information.

Organisation profile

The TMU Core Facility operates as part of the Office of Research and Development at Taipei Medical University.

It houses several high-end equipments that are available on a pay-for-use basis to researchers throughout Taipei Medical University, as well as to non-TMU researchers.

It manages five individual cores, such as Imaging Core, Mass Spectrometry Core, NMR Core, Flow Cytometry Core, Bioinformatics Core, and Basic Research Core. These staffed facilities provide researchers to access high-end instruments, techniques, and technical expertise; as well as offer training in different instrument operations and guidance for related projects.

To better service the faculties and students at Taipei Medical University, several instruments in the Basic Research Core are available 24 hours. In addition, the TMU Core facility also hosts instrument-related seminars and training programs every year. Policies regarding services, fees, access, and prioritization may vary by instrument, please contact us for more information.

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    Projects

    單細胞定序平台

    Lee, C.

    1/1/2012/1/20

    Project: B - Project of TMUh - Higher Education Sprout Project

    2-1 發展特色研究,推動轉譯醫學-建置臨床前動物試驗平台,提升研發成果產業化效能

    Lee, C.

    1/1/1912/1/19

    Project: A - Government Institutiond - Ministry of Education

    Research Output

    • 81 Citations
    • 5 h-Index
    • 11 Article
    • 1 Review article

    Clinical-grade cryopreserved doxorubicin-loaded platelets: Role of cancer cells and platelet extracellular vesicles activation loop

    Wu, Y. W., Huang, C. C., Changou, C. A., Lu, L. S., Goubran, H. & Burnouf, T., Mar 23 2020, In : Journal of Biomedical Science. 27, 1, p. 45 45.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

    Open Access
  • NDAT Targets PI3K-Mediated PD-L1 Upregulation to Reduce Proliferation in Gefitinib-Resistant Colorectal Cancer

    Huang, T. Y., Chang, T. C., Chin, Y. T., Pan, Y. S., Chang, W. J., Liu, F. C., Hastuti, E. D., Chiu, S. J., Wang, S. H., Changou, C. A., Li, Z. L., Chen, Y. R., Chu, H. R., Shih, Y. J., Cheng, R. H., Wu, A., Lin, H. Y., Wang, K., Whang-Peng, J., Mousa, S. A. & 1 others, Davis, P. J., Aug 3 2020, In : Cells. 9, 8

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

    Open Access

    Physical and biological evaluation of low-molecular-weight hyaluronic Acid/Fe3O4 nanoparticle for targeting MCF7 breast cancer cells

    Wang, H. T., Chou, P. C., Wu, P. H., Lee, C. M., Fan, K. H., Chang, W. J., Lee, S. Y. & Huang, H. M., May 11 2020, In : Polymers. 12, 5, 1094.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

    Open Access