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educator , biomedical researcher

Yufeng Jane Tseng, American biomedical researcher, educator. Achievements include research in computational chemistry, computer-aided drug design. Recipient Charles Bell Computational Chemistry Award, University Illinois Chicago, 2001; fellow IRTA Intramural Research Training Award, National Institute Health, 2005-2007. Founder Hear & See Christian Audio Group, Chicago, 2003—2005; Member of American Chemical Society, Metabolomics Society.

Background

Tseng, Yufeng Jane was born on February 14, 1975 in Ilan, Taiwan. Daughter of Cheng-Chih and Hui-Chiung Tseng.

Education

Doctor of Philosophy, University Illinois, Chicago, 2002.

Career

Molecular modeling software developer Chem 21 Group, Inc., Lake Forest, Illinois, 1998—2003. Postdoctoral research associate Laboratory Molecular Modeling & Design, University Illinois, Chicago, 2003—2005. IRTA fellow National Center Biotechnology Information, The National Library Medicine, National Institute Health, Bethesda, Maryland, 2005—2006.

Assistant professor institute biomedical electronics & bioinformatics, National Taiwan University, Taipei, 2006—2008, assistant professor department computer science & information engringd, 2006—2008, assistant professor, department pharmacy, associate professor, institute biomedical electronics & Bioinformatics, since 2008.

Achievements

  • Achievements include research in computational chemistry, computer-aided drug design.

Membership

Founder Hear & See Christian Audio Group, Chicago, 2003—2005. Member of American Chemical Society, Metabolomics Society.

Connections

father:
Cheng-Chih Tseng

mother:
Hui-Chiung Tseng