Chung-Yi Chen


Prof. Chung-Yi Chen has obtained his Ph.D. in 1999 at Kaohsiung Medical University and currently working in Fooyin University, Taiwan. The past 20 years, he has his scientific interests focused on life-threatening diseases, including traditional Chinese medicine used for cancer research. Analysis in recent year’s major active ingredients such as ginger, pepper and cinnamon used in gastrointestinal cancer, anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, antiparasitic, and other topics. He has specialization in isolation, purification and structural analysis of active components of plants. He directed against active constituents of oral cancer, liver cancer, and rectal cancer. He specialized in Taiwan study on the plants of the genus cinnamomum. Several keyword searches, such as Cinnamomum, ranking first in the world. He was just 45 years old, but his work has more than 200 papers, Taiwan one of the young talents. He won numerous awards at home and abroad, from 2015, was awarded the lifetime achievement award.

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Life-threatening diseases, Pharmacognosy, Natural Products, Chinese Medicine, Natural Product Research

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