Graduate Institute of Humanities in Medicine

  • No. 250 Wu-Xing Street

    11031 Taipei

Organization profile

Organisation profile

The Graduate Institute of Humanities in Medicine (GIHM) was the first Graduate Institute to be formally established. As its name suggests, it was intended as an initial step toward integrating some aspects of the Humanities with the Medical Arts and Sciences. Now, however, as CHSS is maturing, GIHM is beginning to hone its focus, and evolve toward a concentration on social issues, including both the Sociology of Medicine and STS (Science, Technology, and Society).

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Magnetic Resonance Imaging Medicine & Life Sciences
Short-Term Memory Medicine & Life Sciences
Brain Medicine & Life Sciences
Taiwan Social Sciences
Prefrontal Cortex Medicine & Life Sciences
Bipolar Disorder Medicine & Life Sciences
Meta-Analysis Medicine & Life Sciences
Parietal Lobe Medicine & Life Sciences

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Projects 2010 2018

Research Output 1992 2018

1 Citations

Breakdown in the temporal and spatial organization of spontaneous brain activity during general anesthesia

Zhang, J., Huang, Z., Chen, Y., Zhang, J., Ghinda, D., Nikolova, Y., Wu, J., Xu, J., Bai, W., Mao, Y., Yang, Z., Duncan, N., Qin, P., Wang, H., Chen, B., Weng, X. & Northoff, G., Jan 1 2018, (Accepted/In press) In : Human Brain Mapping.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

General Anesthesia
1 Citations

How much is enough—Can resting state fMRI provide a demarcation for neurosurgical resection in glioma?

Ghinda, D. C., Wu, J. S., Duncan, N. W. & Northoff, G., Jan 1 2018, In : Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews. 84, p. 245-261 17 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalReview article

Magnetic Resonance Imaging

The choroid plexus is an important circadian clock component

Myung, J., Schmal, C., Hong, S., Tsukizawa, Y., Rose, P., Zhang, Y., Holtzman, M. J., De Schutter, E., Herzel, H., Bordyugov, G. & Takumi, T., 2018, In : Nature Communications. 9, 1

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Circadian Clocks
Choroid Plexus
Suprachiasmatic Nucleus

Press / Media


Timothy Joseph Lane & Wei-Chiang Hung


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Research team hope for breakthrough over UWS

Timothy Joseph Lane


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