National Taiwan University
Prof. Min-Hsiung Pan completed his PhD in 1996-2000 in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology from College of Medicine, National Taiwan University. Currently he is a Distinguished Professor in Institute of Food Science and Technology, National Taiwan University. The major research focus of my laboratory is to understand the molecular mechanisms responsible for natural dietary compounds on human diseases and carcinogenesis. He won the Outstanding Research Award of National Science Council in 2011 and the Ta-You Wu Memorial Award of National Science Council, Taiwan 2007. He was awarded with the 46th Ten Outstanding Young People, Taiwan in 2008 and elected Fellow in the Agricultural & Food Chemistry Division of the American Chemical Society, 2014. He is author of more than 270 articles with 8579 Citations, several chapters in 12 books and having H-index- 47.
His current research interests focus on the discovery and development of novel nutraceuticals that can be used in functional foods/dietary supplements to prevent chronic diseases such as cancer, inflammatory condition, epigenetic regulation, liver fibrosis and obesity.