Faculty


Name Yun-Lian Lin Yueh-Hsiung Kuo
Title Professor
cONTACT Phone: (886)-4-22053366 ext5520
Email: yllin@mail.cmu.edu.tw;
Education
  1. Ph.D., Graduate Institute of Chinese Pharmaceutical Sciences, China Medical College, Taichung, Taiwan, Republic of China. 1989-1992.
  2. M.S., Graduate Institute of Chinese Pharmaceutical Sciences, China Medical College, Taichung, Taiwan, Republic of China. 1987-1989.
  3. B.S., School of Pharmacy, China Medical College, Taichung, Taiwan, Republic of China. 1982-1987.
RESEARCH INTERESTS

There are three interrelated projects are our current focus:

  1. Exploration of bioactive compounds for neurodegenerative diseases and liver fibrosis from Chinese herbs and natural products.
  2. Development and establishment of standardized quality control platform for Chinese herbal drugs and species discrimination of herbal drugs by metabolomics study.
  3. Body constitution and the therapeutic efficacy of Chinese herbal remedies by metabolomics and proteomics approaches.
POSTDOCTORAL RESEARCH and PROFESSIONALCAREER

PROFESSIONALCAREER:

  1. 1979-1984: Assistant Research Fellow: National Research Institute of Chinese Medicine, Taipei
  2. 1984-1989: Associate Research Fellow: National Research Institute of Chinese Medicine, Taipei 
  3. 1989-1997: Research Fellow: National Research Institute of Chinese Medicine, Taipei
  4. 1993-1993: Postdoctoral fellow: Graduate School and Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Kyoto University, Japan
  5. 1994-1995: Guest Researcher: Department of Chemistry, The Scripps Research Institute, CA, USA
  6. 1995-1995: Guest Researcher: College of Pharmacy, North Carolina State University, NC, USA
  7. 1997-1999: Research Fellow and Leader: Division of Chinese Medicinal Chemistry, National Research Institute of Chinese Medicine, Taipei
  8. 1999-2003: Research Fellow and Leader: Division of Basic Chinese Medicine, National Research Institute of Chinese Medicine, Taipei. 
  9. 2003-2011: Research Fellow and Deputy Director: National Research Institute of Chinese Medicine, Taipei
  10. 2004-now  Adjunct Professor, School of Pharmacy, National Taiwan University.
  11. 2012-2012: Visiting Scholar, Royal Botanic Gardens (Kew), UK
  12. 2013-2015: Research Fellow: Division of Chinese Medicinal Chemistry, National Research Institute of Chinese Medicine, Ministry of Health and Welfare.
  13. 2015-present:   Professor, Department of Chinese Pharmaceutical Sciences and Chinese Medicine Resources, College of Chinese Medicine, CMU

POSTDOCTORAL RESEARCH:

  1. C. P. Chung, C. Y. Hsu, J. H. Lin, Y. H. Kuo, W. Chiang*, Y. L. Lin*. 2011. Anti-proliferative lactams and spiroenone from adlay bran in human breast cancer cell lines. J. Agric. Food Chem. 59 (4): 1185-1194.
  2. T. F. Lee, Y. L. Lin*, Y. T. Huang. 2011. Kaerophyllin inhibits hepatic stellate cell activation by apoptotic bodies from hepatocytes. Liver International. 31(5): 618-629.
  3. J. J. Kuo, C. Y. Wang, Y. T. Huang, Y. L. Lin*. 2012. Paeoniae Radix Reduces PDGF--stimulated Hepatic Stellate Cell Migration. Planta Med. 78 (4):341-348.
  4. H. J. Chen, Y. C. Shen, C. Y. Lin, K. C. Tsai, C. K. Lu, C. C. Shen, Y. L. Lin*. 2012(Oct).Metabolomics study of Buyang Huanwu Decoction in ischemic stroke mice by 1H NMR.Metabolomics 8(5): 974-984.
  5. J. J. Chen, H. J. Chen, Y. L. Lin*. 2014. New Polyprenylated phloroglucinols from Hypericum sampsonii. Molecules.19(12):19836-19844.
  6. H. J. Chen, Y. C.Shen, Y. J. Shiao, K. T. Liou, P. H. Hsieh, C. Y. Lee, Y. R. Chen*, Y. L. Lin*. 2015. Multiplex brain proteomic analysis revealed the difference in molecular therapeutic effects of Buyang Huanwu Decoction on cerebral ischemic stroke mice. PLoS One. 2015 Oct 22;10(10):e0140823.
  7. 7.  Y. J. Liu, T. C. Ju, H. M. Chen, Y. S. Jang, L. M. Lee, H. L. Lai, H. C. Tai, J. M. Fang, Y. L. Lin,
    P. H. Tu, Y. Chern. 2015. Activation of AMP- activated protein kinase a1 mediates mislocalization
    of TDP-43 in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis. Human Molecular Genetics. 24(3): 787-801.
  8. I. J. Lee, C. P. Chung, S. J. Chang, Y. L. Lin*. 2017. Morphological and chemical analyses of Eriocauli Flos sold in Taiwan markets. J. Food Drug Anal.25 (2): 1-7.

 

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