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Institute of Neuroscience, NYMU
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Phone: +886-2-2826-7325(office)
            +886-2-2826-6090(Lab)
Lab: +886-2-2826-6090
Fax: +886-2-2821-5307
 
2004-2006, Postdoc. at University of California Berkeley, Department of Molecular and Cell Biology
2003-2004, Postdoc. at Albert-Ludwigs-University Freiburg, Germany 
1998-2003, PhD from Albert-Ludwigs-University Freiburg, Germany

 

 

 

Phone: +886-2-2826-7216
Fax: +886-2-2820-0259
 
Ph.D., 1991, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
 

 

Phone: +886-2-2826-7153(office)
            +886-2-2826-5082(Lab)
Fax: +886-2-2820-0259
 
Postdoctor: University of California at San Francisco, Neuroscience
PhD: University of Texas at Dallas, Molecular & Cell Biology 
MS: National Taiwan University, Pharmacology 
BS: National Taiwan University, Pharmacy

 

Phone: +886-2-2826-5033
Fax: +886-2-2820-0259
 
Ph.D., Dept. Biochemistry
New York State University at Stony Brook
 

 

Phone:+886-2-2826-7165
 
2009-2017, Investigator, National Institute on Aging, NIH, USA 
2006, Ph.D., Neurobiology, Duke University, USA
2000, M.D., National Taiwan University
 
Research Interests: Cognition, Decision Making, Attention, Learning, Neurophysiology, Optogenetics, Circuitry, Basal Forebrain
 
 
 
Phone:+886-2-2826-7103
Fax:+886-2-2820-2593
 
PhD Neuroscience
University of Göttingen, Germany
 
Research Interest: Learning and memory involve synaptic modifications. Our lab uses intracellular recording and optical stimulation to assess learning related synaptic change in living animal.

 

Phone:+886-2-2826-7102
Fax:+886-2-2820-2593
 
PhD Neuroscience,
University of Göttingen, Germany
Laboratory of Brain Connectivity
 
B.S., Electrical Engineering, National Taiwan University
 
Research InterestI am interested in how the cerebral cortex mediates our mental functions. We use two-photon calcium imaging to probe cortical circuits while animals perform cognitive tasks. We also engineer microscopes and protein sensors to improve visualization of cortical function.