School of Nutrition and Health Sciences

  • No. 250 Wu-Xing Street

    11031 Taipei

Organization profile

Organisation profile

The School of Nutrition and Health Sciences of Taipei Medical University was established in August 1979. Based on the concept, "Life counts on health, and health counts on nutrition", we train professionals and specialists in the areas of therapeutic nutrition, nutrition research, and food service management to achieve the goal of health promotion for the public. We have 18 full-time teachers, including 7 professors, 9 associate professor, and 2 assistant professors. In addition, we recruit with dietitians and physicians as part-time faculties; it does enrich our teaching and clinical experience. Now we have about 400 undergraduate students and about 100 graduate students.

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Diet Medicine & Life Sciences
Taiwan Medicine & Life Sciences
Lipids Medicine & Life Sciences
Glutamine Medicine & Life Sciences
Liver Medicine & Life Sciences
Fish Oils Medicine & Life Sciences
Antioxidants Medicine & Life Sciences
rats Agriculture & Biology

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Projects 2010 2020


Chen, Y.


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

Research Output 1985 2019

Adaptation and Validation of Alternative Healthy Eating Index in Hemodialysis Patients (AHEI-HD) and Its Association with all-Cause Mortality: A Multi-Center Follow-Up Study

Van Duong, T., Tseng, I. H., Wong, T. C., Chen, H. H., Chen, T. H., Hsu, Y. H., Peng, S. J., Kuo, K. L., Liu, H. C., Lin, E. T., Feng, Y. W. & Yang, S. H., Jun 21 2019, In : Nutrients. 11, 6

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Open Access
healthy diet
Renal Dialysis
nutritional adequacy
1 Citation (Scopus)
Open Access
smooth muscle

A high linoleic acid diet exacerbates metabolic responses and gut microbiota dysbiosis in obese rats with diabetes mellitus

Lee, H. C., Yu, S. C., Lo, Y. C., Lin, I. H., Tung, T. H. & Huang, S. Y., Feb 1 2019, In : Food and Function. 10, 2, p. 786-798 13 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Linoleic Acid
diabetes mellitus
intestinal microorganisms
linoleic acid