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Hui-Fen Wu

Hui-Fen Wu

Professor
National Sun Yat-Sen University
Taiwan

Biography

Dr. Hui-Fen Wu currently working as a professor in National Sun-Yat Sen University. She obtained PhD from University of Texas at Austin, USA (1994). She was a faculty in Tamkang University for 10 years. In 2006, she joined National Sun Yat-Sen University. Her research work is focused on applications of various nanomaterials for pathogenic bacteria analysis and cancer study. She has been served as editorial board members for 15 journals. To date, she has published 205 scientific journals, 250 conference presentations, 13 book chapters and 7 patents. In National Sun Yat-Sen University, she is also associated with the Doctoral Degree Program in Marine Biotechnology (2009~), Center for Nanoscience and Nanotechnology (2008~), Institute of Technology and Medical science (2011~) and Center for Cross Research (2011~). She also serves as the editorial board member in Journal of Analytical Methods in Chemistry, American Journal of Analytical Chemistry, Journal of Biotechnology & Biomaterials, Journal of Biochips & Tissue Chips and Chemistry (the Chinese Chemical Society, Taipei) and also as an associate editor in Journal of Integrated OMICS. She is currently the director of Taiwan Society for Mass Spectrometry and delegated as review committee member of the Expensive Instrument Project, National Science Council.

Research Interest

Her research work has focused on Nano-Biomedicine using Nano-based Mass Spectrometric techniques. Basically, an analytical chemist, she has diversified her research interests to the application of Nano-based biological mass spectrometry in bacteriology, mycology, biotechnology, oncology and molecular biology. Her research diverges into areas such as proteomics, lipidomics, glycomics and metabolomics.