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educator , plant pathologist

Tsung-Che Tseng, Chinese plant pathologist, educator. Fellow National Science Council, 1970-1972, French Government, 1981-1982; recipient Distinguished Research award National Science Council, 1988, 90, 91.

Background

Tseng, Tsung-Che was born on January 2, 1937 in Tianan Hsein, China. Son of Wen-Kue and Ching-Hong (Chang) Tseng.

Education

Bachelor of Science, National Taiwan University, Taipei, 1961. Master of Science, Cornell University, 1968. Doctor of Philosophy, University Massachusetts, 1973.

Career

Research technician, United States Naval Medical Research Unit, Taipei, 1962-1963; graduate assistant department plant pathology, U. Massachusetts, 1971-1973; research assistant, Institute Botany, Academy Sinica, Taipei, 1963-1969; assistant research fellow, Institute Botany, Academy Sinica, Taipei, 1969-1973; associate research fellow, Institute Botany, Academy Sinica, Taipei, 1973-1977; research fellow, Institute Botany, Academy Sinica, Taipei, since 1977; associate professor, National Taiwan U., Taipei, 1973-1977; professor, National Taiwan U., Taipei, since 1977. Advisor Industrial Research Laboratory, Hsinchu, China, 1981-1982, National Bureau Studies, Ministry of Economics Association, Taipei, since 1991, National laboratories of Foods and Drugs, Department Health, Execuitide Yuan, Taipei, 1986-1988.

Membership

Reserve officer Taiwan Army, 1961-1962. Member American Association for the Advancement of Science, International Union Biological Sciences, International Union Toxicology, New York Academy of Sciences, Mycological Society Republic of China (editor since 1985).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: reading, writing, music, sports.

Connections

Married Tsu-Huey Yang, October 5, 1963.

father:
Wen-Kue Tseng

mother:
Ching-Hong (Chang) Tseng

spouse:
Tsu-Huey Yang