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biochemist

Tu-Chen Cheng, American biochemist. Achievements include research on dwarf mice, organophorus acid anhydrolase and Chinese thalessemia. Research grantee National Institutes of Health, 1980-1983. Member American Society Molecular and Biological Chemicals.

Background

Cheng, Tu-Chen was born on October 24, 1938 in Macau, China. Came to the United States, 1967. Son of Philisophy C. and F. Therapeutic Community.

Education

Bachelor of Science, National Taiwan University, 1961. Master of Science, National Taiwan University, 1965. Doctor of Philosophy, Wayne State University, 1972.

Career

Postdoctoral fellow Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, 1972-1975, instructor, 1975-1977, assistant professor, 1977-1984. Associate New York Public Health, Incorporated, New York York City, 1984-1985. Chemist CRDEC/United States Army, Baltimore, since 1985.

Achievements

  • Achievements include research on dwarf mice, organophorus acid anhydrolase and Chinese thalessemia.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles to professional journals.

Membership

Member American Society Molecular and Biological Chemicals.

Connections

Married Lo-sheng Cheng, October 3, 1970. 1 child, June.

father:
Philisophy C.

mother:
F. Therapeutic Community

spouse:
Lo-sheng Cheng

child:
June Cheng