Graduate Institute of Nanomedicine and Medical Engineering

  • No. 250 Wu-Xing Street

    11031 Taipei

Organization profile

Organisation profile

The rapid growth of the Taiwan aging population and, correlatively, of the associated aged-related diseases is causing great burden on local society as well as creating major health expenses on governments. The development of biomaterial and tissue engineering technologies and the translational research applications of stem cells to treat degenerative diseases has become one major research direction. This program will use the resources of the research center of stem cells, combined with that of the biomaterials, blood processing, and other related areas of research. The target is to contribute to the development of new therapeutic strategies, achieve optimal personal health and promote wellbeing for human health using applied translational research and regenerative medicine research. The program will benefit from the clinical resources provided by the Taipei Medical University hospital system comprised of Taipei Medical University Hospital, Wanfang Hospital, and Shuang Ho hospital. The value of the research conducted, from basic discovery to clinical applications, will involve enhanced cooperation between industry and academy. Regular interactions between hospitals and research institutions will be a tool to optimize research resources and benefit from synergistic experiences. The program is committed to benefit from basic research findings in support of clinical medicine, promoting the combination of academic research and industrial development.

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Projects

發展具細菌靶向功能的孔洞氧化矽奈米粒子作為攜帶抗菌、抗氧化及抗發炎分子載體以調控感染性敗血症

Wu, S.

1/1/2012/31/20

Project: A - Government Institutiona - National Health Research Institutes

低維度奈米材料於智慧感測及微侵入醫療技術之應用(1/5)

Yang, P.

11/1/1910/31/20

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

研究計畫補助費-延攬博士後獎勵補助(楊正昌)

Yang, J.

10/1/1910/1/21

Project: A - Government Institutionf - Other (Funded by Government)

Research Output

NDAT suppresses pro-inflammatory gene expression to enhance resveratrol-induced anti-proliferation in oral cancer cells

Ho, Y., Wu, C. Y., Chin, Y. T., Li, Z. L., Pan, Y. S., Huang, T. Y., Su, P. Y., Lee, S. Y., Crawford, D. R., Su, K. W., Chiu, H. C., Shih, Y. J., Changou, C. A., Yang, Y. C. S. H., Whang-Peng, J., Chen, Y. R., Lin, H. Y., Mousa, S. A., Davis, P. J. & Wang, K., Feb 1 2020, In : Food and Chemical Toxicology. 136, p. 111092 111092.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

  • Optical properties of electrically active gold nanoisland films enabled with interfaced liquid crystals

    Yen, H. C., Kuo, T. R., Wang, C. T., Lin, J. D., Chen, C. C. & Hsiao, Y. C., Feb 1 2020, In : Nanomaterials. 10, 2, 290.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

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