Introduction

 Introduction 

The Graduate Institute of Chinese Pharmaceutical Sciences was established in 1974. The Ph.D program was established in 1992. The School of Chinese Medicine Resources was established in 2002. We were reorganized to “Department of Chinese Pharmaceutical Sciences and Chinese Medicine Resources” in 2010. The mission of the undergraduate program is as the first department to train students in the field of Chinese medicine and biotechnology in Taiwan. The mission of the postgraduate programs is to nurture research manpower and teachers in the field of Chinese medicine.

 Directors 

GRADUATE INSTITUTE OF CHINESE PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES

DATE

DIRECTORS

1974~1978

Na Gi

1978~1980

Hong-Yuan Xu

1980~1997

Ming-Tsuen Hsieh

1997~2001

Chung-Chuan Chen

2001~2007

Yuan-Shiun Chang

2007~2010

Yuh-Fung Chen

THE SCHOOL OF CHINESE MEDICINE RESOURCES

DATE

DIRECTORS

2002~2006

Chung-Chuan Chen

2006~2010

Chao-Lin Kuo

DEPARTMENT OF CHINESE PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES AND CHINESE MEDICINE RESOURCES

DATE

DIRECTORS

2010~

Chao-Lin Kuo

 Objective of Education 

The goal of the undergraduate program is not only to educate students the specific knowledge of Chinese medicine, also to educate them with identification of Chinese medicinal, plant tissue culture, medicinal chemistry (extraction, purification and identification of pharmacologically active ingredients), clinical efficacy of Chinese medicinal, marketing and management of Chinese medicinal, quality control and cultivation of Chinese medicinal plants. In addition, the department includes modern molecular and cellular biology techniques in the education and research. These educations will serve as the basis for our students to become experts in the field of Chinese medicine.

The goal of the postgraduate programs is not only to nurture professional research manpower with identification of Chinese medicinal, plant tissue culture, medicinal chemistry (extraction, purification and identification of pharmacologically active ingredients), clinical efficacy of Chinese medicinal, quality control and cultivation of Chinese medicinal plants. In addition, the department includes modern molecular and cellular biology techniques in the research. These educations will serve as the basis for our students to become professional research manpower and teachers in the field of Chinese medicine.