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Medical educator

Ruei-Ming Chen, Chinese medical educator. Achievements include research in regulation of cytochrome P450s by xenobitotics; research in mechanism of nitric oxide-involved regulation of osteoblast activities; research in anti-inflammatory and antioxidative effects of anesthetic drugs; research in effects of oxidized LDL on the blood-brain barrier. Grantee National Science Council, Government, 1999—2006.

Background

Chen, Ruei-Ming was born on December 16, 1966 in Kauoshung, Taiwan. Son of Hong-Si Chen and Yu-Ying Chen-Song.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Tunghai University, Taichung, Taiwan, 1990. Master of Science, National Taiwan University, Taipei, 1994. Doctor of Philosophy, National Taiwan University, Taipei, 1998.

Career

Visiting scientist National Center Toxicological Research, Little Rock, 1995. Postdoctor fellow National Taiwan University, Taipei, 1998—1999. Assistant professor Taipei Medical University, 1999—2002, associate professor, 2003—2006, professor, since 2006.

Grant advanced reviewer National Science Council, since 2004. Second lieutenant United States Army, 1990-1992, Taiwan.

Achievements

  • Achievements include research in regulation of cytochrome P450s by xenobitotics. Research in mechanism of nitric oxide-involved regulation of osteoblast activities. Research in anti-inflammatory and antioxidative effects of anesthetic drugs.

    Research in effects of oxidized LDL on the blood-brain barrier.

Membership

Member Taiwan Tissure Regeneration Society, Taipei, 2003—2007, Chinese Toxicant Society, Taipei, 1999—2007. Member of Chinese Toxicant Society.

Connections

Married Li-Ling Lin, October 29, 1985. Children: Po-Yu, Edwin.

father:
Hong-Si Chen

mother:
Yu-Ying Chen-Song

spouse:
Li-Ling Lin

child:
Po-Yu Chen

child:
Edwin Chen