Fang-Chia Chang


Fang-Chia Chang has completed his degree from Kaoshiung Medical College, Kaoshiung, post graduation from National Cheng-Kung University, Tainan in the Department of Pharmacology, and Ph.D. from University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston in the Department of Neuroscience. He is currently working as a professor at National Taiwan University, Taipei, in the Department of Veterinary Medicine. He has authored many publications in some reputable journals. He attended many international conferences. He has received many national and international awards. He has membership in various societies such as Taiwan Society of Sleep Medicine (Taiwan ROC, Society for Neuroscience (USA), Sleep Research Society (USA), Neuroscience Society of Taiwan (Taiwan ROC). He served on some positions such as Society Secretary in General, Society of Veterinary and Traditional Chinese Medicine, Advisory Committee, Education & Research Center for Bio-Industrial Automation, National Taiwan University.

Research Interests:

His scientific research mainly focuses on the underlying mechanisms in sleep disruptions induced by stress, neurological diseases and psychiatric disorders, such as depression and anxiety. He is also interested in the effects of acupuncture and herbal medicines on the treatment of insomnia.

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