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administrator , Biotechnologist

Err-Cheng Chan, Chinese biotechnologist, administrator. Achievements include development of diagnostic kit for ulcer disease; biosensor for detecting various chronic diseases; diagnostic kit for predicting type I diabetes; patents for genetic engineering technique for secreting useful enzymes. Served to Second lieutenant Taiwan Air Force, 1980-1982. Member Rotary International.

Background

Chan, Err-Cheng was born on March 5, 1958 in Taipei, Taiwan. Son of Hyi-Yau and Yeng-Shei (Don) Chan.

Education

Bachelor in Chemistry, Tam-Gung University, Taipei, 1980. Master in Biochemistry, Texas University, El Paso, 1984. Doctor of Philosophy in Biotechnology, Purdue University, 1988.

Career

Researcher Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana, 1988-1989, Development Center Biotechnology, Taipei, 1989-1993. Professor Chang-Gung Medical School, Taoyuan, Taiwan, since 1993. Consultant Doctor of Medicine Biotech Corporation, Seattle, since 1994.

Business director Essence Biotech Corporation, Taipei, since 1994.

Achievements

  • Achievements include development of diagnostic kit for ulcer disease. Biosensor for detecting various chronic diseases. Diagnostic kit for predicting type I diabetes.

    Patents for genetic engineering technique for secreting useful enzymes.

Membership

Served to Second lieutenant Taiwan Air Force, 1980-1982. Member Rotary International.

Connections

Married Chung-May Fan, October 26, 1991.

father:
Hyi-Yau Chan

mother:
Yeng-Shei (Don) Chan

spouse:
Chung-May Fan