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    TMU research team finds potential relationship between non-nutritive sweetener acesulfame potassium, uterine hypercontraction

    Supported by the National Research Council provided through integrated project funding, Professor Shih-Min Hsia’s research team at the School of Nutrition and Health Sciences...

    Breakthrough development in instant measurement of liver function- the galactose single point rapid measurement system

    The World Health Organization (WHO) declared that the vast majority of hepatitis patients worldwide do not have access to timely hepatitis detection and treatment....

    Taipei Medical University research team finds opportunity to treat muscle disorders

    In addition to prolonging lifespan, scientists also have long been in pursuit of maintaining human healthspan. For the elderly, as their declined muscle mass...

    Taipei Medical University’s Dr Lin-Yi Tseng wins research award

    Dr. Lin-Yi Tseng is currently an associate professor from the Center for General Education at Taipei Medical University. Her work on “the Development of...

    TMU parasitology researchers engaged in field investigation in Africa amid COVID pandemic

    Taipei Medical University research team, led by Professor Chia-Kwung Fan of the Department of Molecular Parasitology and Tropical Diseases, visited the Kingdom of Eswatini,...

    Taipei Medical University pioneers to fill body with 3D printed organs in Taiwan

    Taipei Medical University (TMU) Innovation & Entrepreneurship Education Center (IEEC) recently held the inaugural Medical Humanistic Care Workshop 2022 in collaboration with Shuang Ho...

    Taipei Medical University, Yokohama University of Pharmacy reveal coriander effects on aging

    Aging is a common problem faced by many societies around the world, and in Taiwan and Japan, issues around aging are pressing more than...

    TMU’s biomedical engineering researchers found Cholesteric Liquid Crystals ideal for optical device

    Associate Professor Yu-Cheng Hsiao at Taipei Medical University College of Biomedical Engineering has demonstrated new novel uses for liquid crystal elements which could have...

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