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educator , Otolaryngologist

Te-Huei Yeh, Chinese otolaryngologist, educator. Achievements include discovery of stretch-activated Non-Selective Cation Channel on Reissner's membrane of inner ear highlight the importance of gap junction in nasal epithelial cells; research in highlight the importance of gap function in nasal epithelial cells. Member of College Oto-Rhino-Laryngologicum Amicitiae Sacrum.

Background

Yeh, Te-Huei was born on June 23, 1959 in Miao-Li, Taiwan. Son of Ping-Fu and Wang-Yuan-Mei Yeh.

Education

Doctor of Medicine, National Taiwan University College Medicine, Taipei, 1984. Doctor of Philosophy, National Taiwan University Postgraduate Institute Pharmacology, 1997.

Career

Resident National Taiwan University Hospital, 1986—1990. Research fellow Hospital Lariboisiere University Paris VII, 1990—1991. Assistant professor College of Medicine National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan, since 1998.

Researcher inner ear biology, rhinology. Visiting staff department otolaryngology National Taiwan University Hospital, 1991—1998.

Achievements

  • Achievements include discovery of stretch-activated Non-Selective Cation Channel on Reissner's membrane of inner ear highlight the importance of gap junction in nasal epithelial cells. Research in highlight the importance of gap function in nasal epithelial cells.

Membership

Member of College Oto-Rhino-Laryngologicum Amicitiae Sacrum.

Connections

Married Pao-Chen Hsieh, November 16, 1986. Children: Yu-Chiang, Yu-Hsin.

father:
Ping-Fu Yeh

mother:
Wang-Yuan-Mei Yeh

spouse:
Pao-Chen Hsieh

child:
Yu-Chiang Yeh

child:
Yu-Hsin Yeh