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2019Hereditary Hearing Impairment: Whole Genome Sequencing and Therapeutic Genome Editing (In Transgenic Mice)CHEN-CHI WUMinistry of Science and Technology
2019Establishing Next-Generation Sequencing Database for Hereditary Hearing Impairment and Applying Artificial Intelligence to Facilitate Genetic Diagnosis and Prognosis PredictionCHEN-CHI WUMinistry of Science and Technology
2018次世代定序聽損基因檢測新方法之建立及試劑開發(1/2)CHEN-CHI WUMinistry of Science and Technology
2018Establishing Next-Generation Sequencing Database for Hereditary Hearing Impairment and Applying Artificial Intelligence to Facilitate Genetic Diagnosis and Prognosis PredictionCHEN-CHI WUMinistry of Science and Technology
2017Molecular genetic studies of hereditary hearing impairmentCHEN-CHI WUNational Health Research Institutes
2016Genetic Epidemiological Study and Construction of the Dna Sample Bank in Mongolian Patients with Hereditary Hearing ImpairmentCHEN-CHI WUMinistry of Science and Technology
2015Exploring the Pathogenetic Mechanisms of SLC26A4 Mutations with Next Generation Sequencing and Developing Novel Therapeutic StrategiesCHEN-CHI WUMinistry of Science and Technology
2015The Evaluation and Development of Infectious Disease Control Application by Integrating CDC and Other Governmental Health Related DatabasesCHEN-CHI WUMinistry of Science and Technology
2015Molecular genetic studies of hereditary hearing impairmentCHEN-CHI WUNational Health Research Institutes
2014Exploring the Pathogenetic Mechanisms of SLC26A4 Mutations with Next Generation Sequencing and Developing Novel Therapeutic StrategiesCHEN-CHI WUMinistry of Science and Technology
2014Establishing Platforms for Validating the Pathogenetic Mechasnisms of Deafness Genetic Mutations by Combining the “Talen Genomic Editing Technique” and “Zebrafish/Mouse Animal Models”CHEN-CHI WUMinistry of Science and Technology
2011Investigating Enlarged Vestibular Aqueduct Syndrome by Using Knock-In Mice Model with Slc26a4 Mutations: the Clarification of Pathogenetic Mechanisms and the Development of Novel Therapeutic StrategiesCHEN-CHI WUMinistry of Science and Technology
2011Using Candidate Gene Approach and Next Generation Sequencing to Investigate Age-Related Hearing Impairment, Followed by Establishment of Animal ModelsCHEN-CHI WUMinistry of Science and Technology
2011Investigating Enlarged Vestibular Aqueduct Syndrome by Using Knock-In Mice Model with Slc26a4 Mutations: the Clarification of Pathogenetic Mechanisms and the Development of Novel Therapeutic StrategiesCHEN-CHI WUMinistry of Science and Technology
2010Development of an Efficient and Low-Cost Diagnostic Tool to Promote Genetic Examination in Taiwanese Patients with Hearing ImpairmentCHEN-CHI WUMinistry of Science and Technology
2010Investigating Enlarged Vestibular Aqueduct Syndrome by Using Knock-In Mice Model with SLC26A4 Mutations: the Clarification of Pathogenetic Mechanisms and the Development of Novel Therapeutic StrategiesCHEN-CHI WUMinistry of Science and Technology
2009Applying Proton Pump Inhibitor to Prevent and Treat Acute Fluctuating Hearing Loss in Patients with SLC26A4 Mutations: Double-Blind Randomized Clinical Trials, Functional Genetic Studies in Cell Lines and the Establishment of Animal ModelsCHEN-CHI WUMinistry of Science and Technology
2008Development of an Efficient and Low-Cost Diagnostic Tool to Promote Genetic Examination in Taiwanese Patients with Hearing ImpairmentCHEN-CHI WUMinistry of Science and Technology
2008Applying Proton Pump Inhibitor to Prevent and Treat Acute Fluctuating Hearing Loss in Patients with SLC26A4 Mutations: Double-Blind Randomized Clinical Trials, Functional Genetic Studies in Cell Lines and the Establishment of Animal ModelsCHEN-CHI WUMinistry of Science and Technology
2007Applying Proton Pump Inhibitor to Prevent and Treat Acute Fluctuating Hearing Loss in Patients with SLC26A4 Mutations---Double-Blind Randomized Clinical Trials, Functional Genetic Studies in Cell Lines and the Establishment of Animal ModelsCHEN-CHI WUMinistry of Science and Technology