The Ph.D. Program for Neural Regenerative Medicine

  • No. 250 Wu-Xing Street

    11031 Taipei

Organization profile

Organisation profile

The main target of our program is to train outstanding research fellows in the field of neural regenerative medicine. The design of courses is composed of major requirements including neuroscience, stem cell biology, and neural regenerative medicine, and electives including neural regenerative-related courses such as biomedical materials. Courses are lectured by instructors from both NHRI and TMU. Our program is the first Ph.D. program focused on the neural regenerative medicine.

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Taiwan Medicine & Life Sciences
Brain Concussion Medicine & Life Sciences
CCAAT-Enhancer-Binding Protein-delta Medicine & Life Sciences
Brain Chemical Compounds
Wounds and Injuries Medicine & Life Sciences
Genes Medicine & Life Sciences
Proteins Medicine & Life Sciences
Arsenic Medicine & Life Sciences

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Projects 2010 2020

探討神經發炎中星狀膠質細胞內CEBPD活化的小分子核糖核酸及其對血管新生的影響(II)(1/2)

Ko, C.

8/1/197/1/20

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

探討第五型驅化物在糖尿病影響中風後所導致的血管性失智症中扮演的角色

Chou, S.

8/1/197/1/20

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

腦外傷後睡眠障礙的分析與治療—以音樂治療介入動物模式

Chen, K.

8/1/197/1/20

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

Research Output 2000 2019

Altered frontal aslant tracts as a heritable neural basis of social communication deficits in autism spectrum disorder: A sibling study using tract-based automatic analysis

Lo, Y. C., Chen, Y. J., Hsu, Y. C., Chien, Y. L., Gau, S. S. F. & Tseng, W. Y. I., 2019, In : Autism Research.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Siblings
Anisotropy
Communication
Phenotype
Diffusion Magnetic Resonance Imaging
Open Access
Acid Sensing Ion Channels
Brain Concussion
Dizziness
Alleles
Genes

BPR1M97, a dual mu opioid receptor/nociceptin-orphanin FQ peptide receptor agonist, produces potent antinociceptive effects with safer properties than morphine

Chao, P. K., Chang, H. F., Chang, W. T., Yeh, T. K., Ou, L. C., Chuang, J. Y., Tsu-An Hsu, J., Tao, P. L., Loh, H. H., Shih, C., Ueng, S. H. & Yeh, S. H., Jan 1 2019, In : Neuropharmacology. 107678.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Peptide Receptors
mu Opioid Receptor
Morphine
Naloxone
Arrestin