Environmental Microbiology Laboratory

  • 陳俊堯-1 Name: Chun-Yao Chen (陳俊堯)
  •  Title: Assistant professor
  •  Highest Degree: Cornell University, Ph.D.
  •  Research expertise: Microbial ecology, environmental microbiology, ecology, fish pathology and pathogen
  •  E-mail:cychen@mail.tcu.edu.tw
  •  Office/ Laboratory Site: D928/D922
  •  Office/ Laboratory Tel.: +886-3-8565301 #2622/2623
  •  Research Interests: Bacterial persistence and stress response, Microbial ecology and evolution, Marine microbiology, Soil microbiology, Animal gut microbiology
  •  Recent Research Grants:

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associated agency

Research Grant

period

1

Ministry of Science and Technology

Microbial diversity and function on intertidal zoanthids: focus on the role of Alphaproteobacteria

2015/8/1~

2016/7/31

2

Ministry of Science and Technology

Anuran tadpole gut microbiota: a window to study how vertebrates acquired their gut symbiotic bacteria (3/3)

2015/8/1~
2016/7/31

3

Ministry of Science and Technology

Anuran tadpole gut microbiota: a window to study how vertebrates acquired their gut symbiotic bacteria (2/3)

2014/8/1~
2015/7/31

4

Ministry of Science and Technology

Soil microbiota and socio-ecological resilience: impact of land use on diversity and resilience of soil ecosystem

2014/8/1~

2015/7/31

5

Ministry of Science and Technology

Anuran tadpole gut microbiota: a window to study how vertebrates acquired their gut symbiotic bacteria (1/3).

2013/8/1~
2014/7/31

6

Ministry of Science and Technology

Impact of herbivorous tadpoles on stagnant aquatic environment: interaction among animals, bacteria and nitrogen balance (3/3).

2012/10/1~

2013/9/30

7

Ministry of Science and Technology

Impact of herbivorous tadpoles on stagnant aquatic environment: interaction among animals, bacteria and nitrogen balance (2/3).

2011/10/1~ 2012/9/30

 

  •  Recent Publications:

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Title

Index

Publish Date

Journal

Author

1

Starvation induces phenotypic diversification and convergent evolution in Vibrio vulnificus

SCI

2014/2

PLoS ONE

Chen, H

Chen, CY*

2

Live and dead GFP-tagged bacteria showed indistinguishable fluorescence in Caenorhabditis elegans gut

SCI

2013/6

  The Jounral of Microbiology,51:367-372

Ju-Ya Hsiao,

Chun-Yao Chen,

Mei-Jun Yang,

Han-Chen Ho*

3

Quercetin 3-O-methyl ether protects FL83B cells from copper induced oxidative stress through the PI3K/Akt and MAPK/Erk pathway

SCI

2012/7

Toxicology and Applied Pharmacology
(264:p.104~p.113)

Hsiao-Ling Tseng,

Chia-Jung Li,

Lin-Huang Huang,

Chun-Yao Chen,

Chun-Hao Tsai,

Chun-Nan Lin*,

Hsue-Yin Hsu*

4

Microbial biodegradation of 4-monobrominated diphenyl ether with an aerobic microbial sludge.

SCI

2010/7

Journal of Environmental Science and Health, Part B
(45:p.379~p.385)

Chun-Yao Chen,

Chun-Kang Wang,

Yang-Hsin Shih*

5

Chemical constituents from fermented broth and mycelium of the basidiomycete Lacrymaria velutina

SCI

2010/7

Botanical Studies
(51:p.311~p.315)

Yu-Ming Ju,

Guei-Jane Wang,

Chun-Yao Chen,

Ya-Jing Tsau,

Chang-Hung Chou,

Tzong-Huei Lee*

 

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