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researcher , Biochemistry educator

Hsien Wen Feng, Chinese biochemistry educator, researcher. Recipient Good Teacher award National Defense Medical Center, Taipei, 1960, Prize Medal Research award Premier, Taipei, 1982. Colonel Health Service, 1948-1980. Member Chinese Bio-chemical Society (executive committee 1973-1975), International Union Pure and Applied Biophysics (Republic of China committee 1974-1982, executive committee 1976-1982), Sigma Xi (associate).

Background

Feng, Hsien Wen was born on May 16, 1928 in Wu-Xi, China. Came to the United States, 1963. Son of Fei-Dong and Tse (Hong) Feng.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy with highest honors, National Defense Medical Center, 1948-1953;Master of Science, Doctor of Philosophy in Biochemistry, University of Michigan, 1963-1968.

Career

From assistant to associate professor, National Defense Medical Center, Taipei, China, 1954-1974;professor biochemistry, National Defense Medical Center, Taipei, China, 1974-1980;postdoctoral scholar, research investigator, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, since 1982. Investigator molecular biology Veterans General Hospital, Taipei, 1968-1982. Advisor Youth Monthly, Taipei, 1976-1982.

Membership

Colonel Health Service, 1948-1980. Member Chinese Bio-chemical Society (executive committee 1973-1975), International Union Pure and Applied Biophysics (Republic of China committee 1974-1982, executive committee 1976-1982), Sigma Xi (associate).

Connections

Children: Helen I-Tzu, Mark I-Ming.

father:
Fei-Dong Feng

mother:
Tse (Hong) Feng

children:
Helen I-Tzu Feng

Mark I-Ming Feng