Graduate Institute of Medical Sciences

  • No. 250 Wu-Xing Street

    11031 Taipei

Organization profile

Organisation profile

The Graduate Institute of Medical Sciences (GIMS) at Taipei Medical University is the biggest graduate institute in TMU and designed for students who intend to specialize in medical sciences. Currently, GIMS offers master and doctoral subprograms in four biomedical fields, which are Biochemistry/Cellular and Molecular Biology, Cellular Physiology/Neuroscience Science, Molecular Pharmacology and Microbiology/Immunology.

Students who are pursuing master degree are obligated to specify and register into one of these subprograms, and are expected to become an experienced research assistant with adequate research skills and fundamental knowledge in biomedical science.

In contrast, students in PhD program are not required to specify any one of subprograms and the purpose of this program is to educate the students with modern multidisciplinary knowledge and to become an independent researcher who can propose and execute scientific projects in the related fields.

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    Projects

    Investigation of the Impacts of Histone Methylation Dynamics on Colorectal Cancer Progression and Immunotherapy Responsiveness( II )

    Liao, T.

    2/1/201/31/21

    Project: A - Government Institutionb - Ministry of Science and Technology

    新聘教師研究補助

    Liao, T.

    1/1/2012/31/20

    Project: B - Project of TMUg - Research Grants for Newly Hired Faculty

    The Publication of Journal of Biomedical Science(1/2)

    Chang, W.

    1/1/2012/31/20

    Project: A - Government Institutionb - Ministry of Science and Technology

    Research Output

    Activation of PERK contributes to apoptosis and G2/M arrest by microtubule disruptors in human colorectal carcinoma cells

    Wu, M. S., Chien, C. C., Jargalsaikhan, G., Ilsan, N. A. & Chen, Y. C., Jan 2020, In : Cancers. 12, 1, 97.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

    Open Access
  • An integrative analysis of 5HTT-mediated mechanism of hyperactivity to non-threatening voices

    Chen, C., Martínez, R. M., Liao, T. T., Chen, C. Y., Yang, C. Y. & Cheng, Y., Mar 10 2020, In : Communications Biology. 3, 1, 113.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

    Open Access
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