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biology professor

Rong-Long Pan, Chinese biology professor. Recipient Outstanding award, Biological Research, National Science Council, Taiwan, 1987, Excellence in Biological Research award, 1988, Excellence in Research on Plant Biochemistry award, since 1990, Outstanding award, Radiation Biology, Atomic Science Council, 1991.

Background

Pan, Rong-Long was born on June 25, 1951 in Taipei, Taiwan.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Forestry, National Taiwan University, 1973. Master of Science in Biology, Wayne State University, 1978. Doctor of Philosophy in Biochemistry, Ohio State University, 1982.

Master of Science in Biblic Studies, China Lutheran Seminary, 1994. Master of Science in Divinity, China Lutheran Seminary, 1995.

Career

Postdoctoral fellow biochemistry Ohio State University, 1982. Postdoctoral fellow plant biology Cornell University, 1983. Associate professor National Tsing Hua University, 1983—1989, professor, since 1989.

Joint professor radiation biology National Tsing Hua University Institute Nuclear science, 1985—1998. Visiting professor philosophical Chung Yuan Christian University, since 1990. Visiting scholar genetics Yale University School Medicine, New Haven, 1993—1994.

Visiting scholar plant and microbial biology University California, Berkeley, 2001—2002. Visiting professor philosophical of life National Chiao Tung University, since 2002.

Membership

Member of Asia-Pacific International Molecular Biology Network, Chinese Cellular and Molecular Biology Society, Chinese Society Botany, Chinese Biochemical Society, Phi Tau Phi Scholastic Honor Society.

Connections

Married; 2 children.