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Tang, Shu-Mei(唐淑美)

   Professor
   Education: PhD., Faculty of Law, The University of Sheffield, U.K.

   Expertise: Bioethics, Biotechnology Law, Intellectual Property Rights
   Email: tangshumei@asia.edu.tw
   TEL: 04-23323456 #1809
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 » Education

  • The University of Sheffield / UK, PhD, Law, 2002.
  • National Chung-Shing University/ Taiwan, MA, Molecular Biology, 1991.

 » Positions & Memberships

  • Professor, Department of Financial & Economic Law, Asia University
  • Director of Financial & Economic Law, Asia University
  • Visiting Scholar of the University of Oxford, Durham University, the University of Edinburgh, UK
  • Director of Global Bio-Industry Technology Development Foundation
  • Principal Investigator of projects sponsored by Ministry of Science and
  • Technology & National Science Council
  • Chief Editor of Bio-Industry Technology Management Review

 » Awards

  • The Fellow Scholarship awarded by the Shepherd and Wedderburn Centre for Research in Intellectual Property and Technology in Edinburgh, UK, 2008
  • 2014 Asia University Distinguished Teaching Award
  • 2008 Asia University Distinguished Teaching Award
  • 2006 Canadian Studies Faculty Research Award
  • 2005 Asia University Excellent Tutor Award
  • 2006 Asia University Excellent Teaching Award

 » Publications Articles

 A、Articles in Journals

  1. Yen, Shang-Yung; Tang, Shu-Mei, 2017, Justifying the Case of John Moore v Regents of the University of California from a Gewirthian Perspective. NTUT Journal of Intellectual Property Law and Management Vol.6 Issue 1, pp28-45.
  2. Tang, Shu-Mei & Yen, Shang-Yung, 2017, Development of Taiwan Biobank: Ethical, Legal, and Social Implications (ELSI), Bio-Industry Technology Management Review, Volume 6, Number 1, pp 71-90.
  3. Shang-Yung Yen, Shu-Mei Tang, and Yu-Shun Chou, 2016/03, Exploration of Current International Risk Governance Framework and Regulation of Nanotechnology, Bio-Industry Technology Management Review, Volume 5, Number 2, 1-34.
  4. Tang, Shu-Mei, 2015/03, Law Interdisciplinary Legal Curriculum Design: the Couse of Biotechnology Law, Legal Education Research, Volume 12, 147-162.
  5. Tang, Shu-Mei, 2014/01, The Role of DNA Identification in Paternity Disputes, Bio-Industry Technology Management Review, Volume 5, Number 1, 61-74.
  6. Yen, Shang-Yung; Tang, Shu-Mei; Chou, Yu-Shun, 2013/07, Preliminary Study of Human Risk Regulation on the National Development of Nano-medicine—Taking Reference of IRGC, Bio-Industry Technology Management Review, Volume 4, Number 2, 1-13.
  7. Shawn H.E. Harmon, Shang-Yung Yen, Shu-Mei Tang, 2013/04, Nanotechnologies: Big Governance Issues for the Science of Small (In Taiwan and Beyond), Far East Journal of Psychology and Business, Volume 11, Number 1, 50-72.
  8. Tang, Shu-Mei, 2013/01, DNA Profiling and Population Genetics, Bio-Industry Technology Management Review, Volume 4, Number 1, 21-40.
  9. Tang, Shu-Mei, 2012/07, Regulation and Management of Health Food in Taiwan, Bio-Industry Technology Management Review, Volume 3, Number 2, 97-117.
  10. Chung-Yur Huang; Tsun-Ying Huang; Jui-Ming Li; Shu-Mei Tang, 2012/01, Variation of Short Tandem Repeat (STR) Loci Mutations in Paternity Cases, Bio-Industry Technology Management Review, Volume 3, Number 1, 41-60.
  11. Shawn H.E. Harmon, Shang-Yung Yen, Shu-Mei Tang, 2011/10, Invigorating 'Nanoethics': Recommendations for Improving Deliberations in Taiwan and Beyond, Nanoethics: Ethics for Technologies that Converge at the Nanoscale. Volume 5, Number 3, 309-318, DOI: 10.1007/s11569-011-0131-1.
  12. Tang, Shu-Mei, 2011/7, The Nanobiotechnology Industry Policy in USA, Bio-Industry Technology Management Review, Volume 2, Number 2, 87-104.
  13. Yen, Shang-Yung & Tang, Shu-Mei, 20011/06,Analysis of Personalized Medicine in the U.S.A. Focused on Regulation and Policy,Journal of Law and Medicine, 18(1): 21-31.
  14. Tang, Shu-Mei, 2010/12, Preimplantation Tissue Typing and Human Dignity: The Principle of Generic Consistency Apporach, Tung Hai Law Journal, Number 33, 79-124. (TSSCI)
  15. Tang, Shu-Mei; Shang-Yung Yen; Cho-Yu Chan; Cheng-Chieh Lin, 2010/12, The Protection of the Human Research Subject and Institutional Review Board, Journal of Law and Medicine, 17(2): 1-12.
  16. Yen, Shang-Yung & Tang, Shu-Mei, 2010/09, Global Health Governance: A Gewirthian Perspectives on Taiwan’s Status in the WHO, East Asian Law Journal, Faculty of Law, Taiwan University, Vol1(2): 29-40.
  17. Yen, Shang-Yung; Lee, Sheng-Ming; Tu, Chin-Fu; Tang Shu-Mei; de Dieu, Tapsoba Jean, 2010/07-08, A survey of the attitude of scientists toward Xenotransplantation in Taiwan, Transplantation Proceedings. Transplantation Proceedings, volume 42, Issue 6, pp. 2117-2121. (SCI)
  18. Yen, Shang-Yung & Tang, Shu-Mei, 2010/07, The Jurisprudence of Natural Law and Human Rights in Confucianism, International Journal of Philosophy, Institute of Scholastic Philosophy, pp. 85-112.
  19. Tang, Shu-Mei, 2009/12, National DNA Database and Privacy Issues-the case of UK National DNA Database, Forensic policy and Criminology.
  20. Tang, Shu-Mei , 2009/7, The Recognition of Human Rights in Taiwan based on A Rationally Moral Theory--The Principle of Generic Consistency, International Journal of Philosophy, pp.77-102.
  21. Tang, Shu-Mei, 2008, The Legal and Social Implications of Real-time Driver’s Physiological State Monitoring Facilities, Asian Journal of Management and Humanity Sciences, Vol.3, Nos. 1-4, pp. 69-78.
  22. Tang, Shu-Mei, 2007/9, Canadian National DNA Data Bank and Privacy Issues,Journal of Police Study, July-September, 38(2): 73-92.
  23. Tang, Shu-Mei, Yen; Shang-Yung; Yen, Yu-Xiang; Horng , Der-Juinn, 2007/6, A Study on Privacy for the Use of Biometrics in On-Line Shopping, Industry and Management Forum (IT IS) 9(2): 103-117.
  24. Tang, Shu-Mei, 2007/5, The Scrutiny Mechanism on the Protection of the Genetic Database, Journal of Law and Medicine, 14(3 &4): 52-59.
  25. Lee, Shu-Chuan; Tang, Shu-Mei, 2006/7, The Regulation of the Potential Risks to Nanotechnology in Taiwan, Asian Journal of Management and Humanity Sciences, 1(2): 118-133.
  26. Tang, Shu-Mei, 2005, Expansion of Forensic DNA Database and Privacy Issue, Tung Hai Law Journal, 23: 83-122. (2005 TSSCI watching list )
  27. Yen, Shang-Yung; Belcher, Susan M.; Chuang, Yen-Tzu; Tang, Shu-Mei, 2005, Legal Protection of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Tung Hai Law Journal, 23: 251-296. (2005 TSSCI watching list)
  28. Tang, Shu-Mei and Lee, Chieh-Min, 2005, Doubts of Applying Forensic DNA Databases, Journal of Police Study, November-December, 36(3): 281-299.
  29. Yen, Shang-Yung; Chen Kuan-Hsun; Tang, Shu-Mei, 2005, Comments on Informed Consent for UK Biobank, Tsing Hua Journal of Law and Technology Policy, 2(2): 189-224.
  30. Tang, Shu-Mei and Lee, Chieh-Min, 2004, Empirical Analysis of DNA Profiling in Criminal Courts in Taiwan, Tung Hai Law Journal, 21: 43-98. (2004 TSSCI watching list)
  31. Tang, Shu-Mei, Kuan-Hsun Chen, 2004, European legislative framework for GMO labeling rules, Tsing Hua Journal of Law and Technology Policy, 1(1): 191-238.
  32. Tang, Shu-Mei and Yen, Shang-Yung, 2003/01, Forensic Uses of DNA Tests in Taiwan. Journal of Chung-Shang Medicine. 14:131-144.
  33. Tang, Shu-Mei and Yen, Shang-Yung, 1999, The Examination of the Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome Prevention Act, Journal of Medical Technology in Taiwan, 14(4): 71-77.
  34. Weng, S. F., S. M. Tang, Y. H. Tseng, and J. W. Lin. 1997. IS element ISXC6 of Xanthomonas campestris pv. campestris. DNA Sequence. 7:221-223. (SCI)
  35. Lin CS, Chen KS, Lin MC, Fu MC, Tang SM, 1991. The Relationship Between Anterior Motion of the Mitral Valve and the Left Ventricular Outflow Tract Doppler in Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy. Am Heart J 122: 1671-1682. (SCI)

B、Articles in Books

  1. Tang, Shu-Mei, 2017, National DNA Database and Human Right, A New Reflection on the Law: the Present and the Future, pp 445-474. Taipei: Linking Books Ltd. ISBN:9789570848922
  2. Tang, Shu-Mei; Yen, Shang-Yung, 2016/04, Confucianism and Gewirthian Human Rights in a Taiwanese Context, Gewirthian Perspectives on Human Rights, Edited by Per Bauhn, Rouledge: New York & London, ISBN: 9781138649866, pub: 2016-04-15, p 111-124. https://www.routledge.com/products/9781138649866
  3. Tang, Shu-Mei, 2016/04, The Potential Risks and Regulations of Nanotechnology, The Policy of Nanotechnology Development and Risk Governance, pp 7-49 (ISBN: 978-986-295-551-2).
  4. Shang-Yung Yen, Shu-Mei Tang, and Yu-Shun Chou, Exploration of Current International Risk Governance Framework and Regulation of Nanotechnology, The Policy of Nanotechnology Development and Risk Governance, pp 51-99 (ISBN: 978-986-295-551-2).
  5. Shang-Yung Yen, Shu-Mei Tang, and Yu-Shun Chou, Study of Human Risk Regulation on the National Development of Nano-medicine: Taking Reference from the IRGC, The Policy of Nanotechnology Development and Risk Governance, pp 101-120 (ISBN: 978-986-295-551-2) .
  6. Tang, Shu-Mei, 2016/04, The Nanobiotechnology Industry Policy in the USA, The Policy of Nanotechnology Development and Risk Governance, pp 121-153 (ISBN: 978-986-295-551-2).
  7. Shu-Mei Tang and Shang-Yung Yen, Nanotechnology: The Need for the Regulation of ELSI on the Invisible Giant, The Policy of Nanotechnology Development and Risk Governance, pp 155-184 (ISBN: 978-986-295-551-2).
  8. Shawn H.E. Harmon, Shang-Yung Yen and Shu-Mei Tang, Nanotechnologies: Big Governance Issues for the Science of Small (in Taiwan and Beyond), The Policy of Nanotechnology Development and Risk Governance, p185-224 (ISBN: 978-986-295-551-2) .
  9. Tang, Shu-Mei, 2015/05, Preimplantation Tissue Typing and Human Dignity: The Principle of Generic Consistency Approach, The New Trend of Legal Development, pp 87-137 (Published by New Sharing Publishing Co. Ltd) (ISBN: 978-986-295-448-5)
  10. Tang, Shu-Mei, 2011/07, Introduction: Legal Risk Management in Conception and Construction, Legal Risk Management, pp 1-18 (Published by Airiti Press & Asia University Financial and Economic Law) (ISBN: 978-986-6395-27-7)
  11. Tang, Shu-Mei, 2011/07, The Legal Risk of the Emerging Biotechnology: the Disputes of Establishing Taiwan Biobank, pp 443-493 (Published by Airiti Press & Asia University Financial and Economic Law) (ISBN: 978-986-6395-27-7)
  12. Tang, Shu-Mei & Yen, Shang-Yung, 2010/08, Empirical Analysis of DNA Profiling in Courts in Taiwan, 70th Prof. Dr. Bintan R. Saragih, S.H., pp 223-235 ( Jabatan Publik, Etika dan Hukum “ dalam 70 Tahun Prof. Dr. Bintan R. Saragih, S.H ” Percikan Pemikiran Hukum, Ketatanegaraan, dan Kebijakan Publik” Penyunting Philips A. Kana dan Otong Rosadi.) (Published by Wildan Akademika dan Universitas Ekasakti Press, ISBN: 978-979-25-5873-9)
  13. Tang, Shu-Mei, 2009/12, The Issues on the National DNA Database Expansion in UK, Criminal Policy and Criminal Proceedings (12), pp 285-314 (ISBN 978-986-02-1766-7) (Taipei: Ministry of Justice)
  14. Yen, Shang-Yung; Lee, Sheng-Ming; Tu, Chin-Fu; Tang Shu-Mei; de Dieu, Tapsoba Jean, 2009/9-10, A survey of the attitude of scientists toward Xenotransplantation in Taiwan, Xenotransplantation, 16 (5): 377-377, SEP-OCT 2009. (Official Journal of International Xenotransplantation Association, Published by Wiley-Blackwell Publishing, ISSN: 0908-665X)
  15. Tang, Shu-Mei and Yen, Shang-Yung, 2007, The Jurisprudence of Gewirthian Theory in PGD, East Asia in a New Century: Democracy, Human Rights and the Diversity of Legal Cultures, 6th East Asian Conference on Philosophy of Law.
  16. Tang, Shu-Mei and Yen, Shang-Yung, 2006/11,The EU Biotechnology Directive: Where is the Direction for Human Rights? Academia Sinica, Journal of European and American Studies. (TSSCI)「The European Union Human Rights」, pp 153-214..
  17. Tang, Shu-Mei and Yen, Shang-Yung, 2003, Legal Studies on the Privacy Issues in E-Commerce between the EU and USA, 2003 E-Commcerce Study, Feng Chia University, pp 253-256. (ISBN 986-7621-17-4)
     

 » Symposium Publications

 A、 International Symposia

  1. Tang, Shu-Mei, Biobank Governance: Taiwan Biobank, Asian Conference on Comparative Laws, Universitas Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta, Yogyakarta, Indonesia, 2-3 May, 2018.
  2. Chen, Jau-Cheng; Yen, Shang-Yung; Tang, Shu-Mei, Investigation on Patented Key Technology Trend Predictions for Cleaning Robots, BAI / ISTEL Tentative Conference Program, International Business Academics Consortium, Okinawa, Japan, 23-25 January, 2018.
  3. Yen, Shang-Yung; Lai, Ya-Chen; Tang, Shu-Mei, An Exploration of Intention to Use M-Commerce Apps Based on the Extension of the Technology Acceptance Model: An application Real Estate as an Example. International Conference on Business and Information, International Conference Center Hiroshima, Hiroshima, Japan, 04-06 Jul 2017.
  4. Tang, Shu-Mei, The Ethics of Confucianism and Gewirthian Theory, Ethics and Law in the Life Sciences (CELLS) Seminars, 13 Feb. 2017, Durham University.
  5. Tang, Shu-Mei, The Need for the Regulation of ELSI on Nanotechnology in Taiwan, 2016 International Conference on Legal Risk, Asia University, Taiwan, 15 January, 2016.
  6. Shang-Yung Yen, Shu-Mei Tang, Wei-Chih Wu, An investigation of key successful factors of biotechnological industry performance in Taiwan ~ also an analysis of traditional Chinese medicine, Technology Innovation and Industrial Management 2013, Hilton Phuket Arcadia Resort & Spa, Phuket Thailand, 29 - 31 May, 2013.
  7. Tang, Shu-Mei, Research on Public Acceptance on Governmental Biobank, The 10th Canada-Taiwan Conference in Higher Education, Taoyuan, Taiwan, 16-19 October, 2012.
  8. Shang-Yung Yen, Shawn H.E. Harmon, Shu-Mei Tang, Nanotechnologies: Big Governance Issues for the Science of Small (In Taiwan and Beyond), Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Nanotechnology: Fundamentals and Applications, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, 27-29 July 2011.
  9. Shang-Yung Yen, Shu-Mei Tang, Hao Wang, Patrick Urbanke, An Investigation of Governance Issues and Its Accountability for Nanotechnology in Taiwan, Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Nanotechnology: Fundamentals and Applications, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, 27-29 July 2011.
  10. Shang-Yung Yen, Shawn H.E. Harmon and Shu-Mei Tang, Genomics, Biobanks and Governance: Challenges for Taiwan Biobank- The Case of Indigenous Peoples, Workshop for Biotech Policy and Public Communication in Post-Genomic Era, National Cheng Kung University, Taina, Taiwan, October 13, 2010.
  11. Shang-Yung Yen, Shawn H.E. Harmon and Shu-Mei Tang, Genomics, Biobanks and Governance, 11th Asian Bioethics Conference (ABC11), Singapore, August 2010.
  12. Yen, Shang-Yung; Lee, Sheng-Ming; Tu, Chin-Fu; Tang Shu-Mei; de Dieu, Tapsoba Jean, A survey of the attitude of scientists toward Xenotransplantation in Taiwan, Joint meeting IPITA- IXA 2009 (International Pancreas and Islet Transplant Association & International Xenotransplantation Association), Session of Ethics and Regulations, Venice, Italy, 12th-16th October 2009.
  13. Tang, Shu-Mei; Yen, Shang-Yung; Chen, Kuan-Hsun, Biobank, Data Protection and Genetic Privacy in Taiwan, 5th Asian Law Institute Conference, Singapore, 21 - 23 May 2008.
  14. Tang, Shu-Mei, The Establishment of Forensic DNA Database in Taiwan and Privacy Issues, International Conference on New Tendencies in Legal Developments in the 21st Century, Asia University,17 December 2007.
  15. Tang, Shu-Mei, The Legal and Social Study of Real-Time Biologin Vehicle Tracking for Public Safety, International Symposium on Creativity, Innovation and Entrepreneurship (INSPIRE2007), Asia University,30 May - 1 June 2007.
  16. Tang, Shu-Mei and Wang, Ling Ling, The Study on Ethical, Legal and Social Implications for the Applications of Facial Biologin Technology in e-Business Platform, 2007 Cross-Strait Conference on Next Generation Internet Services and Applications, Asia University,22 - 24 March 2007.
  17. Tang, Shu-Mei, Forensic Expert Witness Surveys in Taiwan, 2006 Survey Research Methodology Conference, 30 - 31 August 2006, CSR, RCHSS, Academia Sinica, Taiwan.
  18. Tang, Shu-Mei and Yen, Shang-Yung, The Jurisprudence of Gewirthian Theory in PGD, East Asia in a New Century: Democracy, Human Rights and the Diversity of Legal Cultures, 6th East Asian Conference on Philosophy of Law, 26-27 March, 2006, The Civil Service Development Institute, Taipei, Taiwan.
  19. Tang, Shu-Mei and Yen, Shang-Yung, Doubts of Applying the Forensic DNA Database and Privacy Issue, Oral Presentation of 18th International Symposium on the Forensic Sciences, Forensic Science: Classroom to Courtroom, 2 - 7 April 2006, Esplanade Hotel Fremantle, Western Australia. (ANZFSS 18th International Symposium)
  20. Tang, Shu-Mei and Yen, Shang-Yung, Empirical Analysis of DNA Profiling in Courts in Taiwan, Oral Presentation of 18th International Symposium on the Forensic Sciences, Forensic Science: Classroom to Courtroom, 2 - 7 April 2006, Esplanade Hotel Fremantle, Western Australia. (ANZFSS 18th International Symposium)
  21. Tang, Shu-Mei, Empirical Analysis of DNA Profiling in Criminal Courts in Taiwan, Oral Presentation of “New Horizons in Forensic Sciences” 2005 International Forensic Science Symposium, 7 - 12 November 2005, the Bureau of Investigation Ministry of Justice, Taipei, Taiwan. (2005 IFSS).
  22. Tang, Shu-Mei, Expansion of Forensic DNA Database and Privacy Issue, Poster Presentation of “New Horizons in Forensic Sciences” 2005 International Forensic Science Symposium, 7 - 12 November 2005, the Bureau of Investigation Ministry of Justice, Taipei, Taiwan. (2005 IFSS).
  23. Tang, Shu-Mei, The Applications of DNA Evidence in Taiwan’s Judicial System and its Legal or Ethical Issues. Poster 357 of HGM 2005 Human Genome Meeting. Kyoto, Japan, April 18-21, 2005. The Human Genome Organization (HUGO).
  24. Yen, Shang-Yung and Tang, Shu-Mei, Should the Public be Aware of International Disputes Involving Scientific Uncertainty: The Need for the Regulation of ELSI on Nanobiotechnology in Taiwan,Poster 358 of HGM 2005 Human Genome Meeting. Kyoto, Japan, April 18-21, 2005. The Human Genome Organization (HUGO).
  25. Belcher, Susan M., Shu-Mei Tang, Shang-Yung Yen, Yung-Hsien Chang; Intellectual Property Rights and Traditional Chinese Medicine in Taiwan; The 1st International Symposium of Knowledge and Intellectual Property; October, 22, 2004. Chung-Shing University, Taichung, Taiwan.

B、National Symposia

  1. Tang, Shu-Mei, The Concept and Impacts of Human Trials and Research Ethics, Medical and legal risk workshops, China Medical University Hospital, May 5, 2012.
  2. Tang, Shu-Mei, The Protection of the Human Research Subject and Institutional Review Board, Natural science and social behavioral research ethics workshop, Feng-Chia University, January 14, 2011.
  3. Tang, Shu-Mei; Lee, Sheng-Ming; Yen, Shang-Yung, A Survey of the Public Attitude on ELSI Issues of Taiwan Biobank, Difference and Link: STS, Engineering and Society, the 2nd Taiwan Symposium of Science, Technology and Society (STS), May 14-17, 2010.
  4. Tang, Shu-Mei, The Legal Risk of the Emerging Biotechnology: the Disputes of Establishing Taiwan Biobank, The Legal Risk Conference, Asia University, November 25, 2009.
  5. Tang, Shu-Mei, Applying the Gewirthian Argument on DNA Evidence. Poster C2 of Symposium of the National Research Program for Genomic Medicine. February 11-12, 2007. National Research Program for Genomic Medicine.
  6. Tang, Shu-Mei, Empirical Analysis of DNA Profiling in Criminal Courts in Taiwan, The 7th Symposium of the National Research Program for Genomic Medicine. (March 5-6, 2006)
  7. Yen, Shang-Yung and Tang, Shu-Mei, UK Biobank, Creative Commons and Benefit Sharing, The Conference on the Pilot Studies Regarding the public domain and information access in the Information Era. Institutum Jurisprudentiae, Academia Sinica, Oct 14, 2005.
  8. Tang, Shu-Mei, Expansion of Forensic DNA Database and Privacy Issue,『Genomic Survey and Research in Taiwan』held by Center for Survey Research, Research Center for Humanities and Social Sciences, Academia Sinica, April 8, 2005.
  9. Yen, Shang-Yung and Tang, Shu-Mei, Should the Public be Aware of International Disputes Involving Scientific Uncertainty: The Need for the Regulation of ELSI on Nanobiotechnology in Taiwan,『Genomic Survey and Research in Taiwan』held by Center for Survey Research, Research Center for Humanities and Social Sciences, Academia Sinica, April 8, 2005.
  10. Tang, Shu-Mei, The Applications of DNA Evidence in Taiwan’s Judicial System and its Legal or Ethical Issues. Poster A12 of Symposium of the National Research Program for Genomic Medicine. 2005. February 27-28, 2005. National Research Program for Genomic Medicine
  11. Yen, Shang-Yung and Tang, Shu-Mei, The EU Biotechnology Directive: Where is the direction for Human Dignity? Conference on European Human Rights, Institute of European and American Studies, Academia Sinica, October 14, 2004.
  12. Yen, Shang-Yung and Tang, Shu-Mei, 2003, Legal Studies on the Privacy Issues in E-Commerce between the EU and USA, E-Commcerce Conference, Feng Chia University, pp 253-256.

» Projects

Title of Project Sponsored Institution Period Position
Integrating of the Social Implications of Nanotechnology into Education Curriculum (MOST 103-2511-S-468-005 -) Ministry of Science and Technology 2014/12/1- 2016/02/28 Principal Investigator

Expansion of National DNA Database and Privacy Issue

(101-asia-08)

Asia University 2013/2/01-   2014/01/31 Principal Investigator
The Implementation of Regional Research Ethics Program in Central Taiwan (101-2420-H-039-001-) National Science Council 2012/8/1- 2013/07/31 Collaborating Investigator

The investigation of intellectual property right issues on the management of Traditional Chinese

Medicine in Taiwan (101-2410-H-035-046-)

National Science Council 2012/8/1- 2013/07/31 Collaborating Investigator

Altruism Reconsidered: the IPR and Motivations Approach in Taiwan Biobank

(100-asia-45)

Asia University 2011/12/1-   2012/11/30 Principal Investigator
Promoting the policy on Internationalization of Traditional Chinese Medicine: the Applications of  Traditional Chinese Medicine Research Committee of Chinese Medicine & Pharmacy 2010/11/18-2011/11/20 Collaborating Investigator
An investigation of big governance issues and its accountability for nanotechnology (99-3011-P-035-001-) National Science Council 2010/10/1 - 2011/09/30 Collaborating Investigator

The Pilot Study of Legal, Ethical and Social Issues on Translational Medicine

 (DMR-100-075)

China Medical University 2010/8/1-  2011/7/31 Collaborating Investigator
The Implementation of Regional Research Ethics Program in Central Taiwan (99-2420-H-039-001-MY2) National Science Council 2010/5/1 - 2012/07/31 Collaborating Investigator
Bioinformatics and Privacy Issues (98-NSC-04) Asia University 2009/8/1-2010/7/30 Principal Investigator

A Comparative ELSI Study on Taiwan

Biobank and UK Biobank

National Science Council 2009/5/1 - 2010/4/30 Collaborating Investigator
The Study on ELSI Issues Relating to New Medical Industries Developed from Genomic Medical Research: the Applications of Regenerative Medicine in Terms of Xenotransplantation (3/3)(97-3112-H-035-001-) National Science Council 2008/5/1 - 2009/7/30 Collaborating Investigator
The Study on ELSI Issues Relating to New Medical Industries Developed from Genomic Medical Research: the Applications of Regenerative Medicine in Terms of Xenotransplantation (2/3)(96-3112-H-035-001-) National Science Council 2007/5/1 - 2008/7/30 Collaborating Investigator
The Study on ELSI Issues Relating to New Medical Industries Developed from Genomic Medical Research: the Applications of Regenerative Medicine in Terms of Xenotransplantation (1/3)(95-3112-H-035-001-) National Science Council 2006/5/1 - 2007/4/30 Collaborating Investigator
Applications of Face Recognition in E-Business involved with Ethical, Legal and Social Implications (95-2745-P-468-004-) National Science Council 2006/2/1 - 2007/1/31 Principal Investigator
The Applications of DNA Evidence in Taiwan’s Judicial System and Its Legal or Ethical Issues (3/3)(95-3112-H-468-001-) National Science Council 2006/5/1 - 2007/4/30 Principal Investigator
The Applications of DNA Evidence in Taiwan’s Judicial System and Its Legal or Ethical Issues (2/3)(94-3112-H-468-001-) National Science Council 2005/5/1 - 2006/4/30 Principal Investigator
The Applications of DNA Evidence in Taiwan’s Judicial System and Its Legal or Ethical Issues (1/3)(93-3112-H-468-001- ) National Science Council 2004/5/1 - 2005/4/30 Principal Investigator

 

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