Education: National Chung Hsing University PhD.
Lab of Anatomy and Microbio-Pharmaceuticals
There is a tightly cooperation between animal’s development and microbiome. The interaction between cells and microbiota not only affect cells development, but also involve in the normal function of the digestive, immune, endocrine, and nervous systems of animals that are very important for the maintenance of animal health.
In our Lab. “One world One health” is the goal, we focus on the effect of microbiota to the animal anatomic structures and approach to the molecular pathogenesis of zoonotic Leptospira for protecting animal and human health all over. Recently we also concern with the development of novel biopharmaceuticals to against multiple antimicrobials resistance (MAR) microorganisms. Our Lab. was co-operated with the Department of Entomology and the Department of Veterinary Medicine, NCHU, NCYU, and the College of Veterinary Medicine, Cornell University to share the research results.