Organization profile

Organisation profile

About Institute of Oral Medicine Institute of Oral Medicine (IOM) is composed of Fundamental Research Group, the Clinical Research Group and the Medical Equipment Group. IOM recruits 14 students each year. Students are mainly from the dentistry related departments, Department of Biomedical Sciences, Faculty of Science and Technology (Department of Chemistry and Material Sciences). The milestones of IOM Cultivate professionals oral medicine. Develop oral medical products, diagnostic and treatment tools and technology. Enhance the fundamental and clinical oral medicine research power, and help solve the oral diseases. Educational goals Enhance the Oral medicine knowledge learning and innovation ability Create Cross-field learning and research Establish professions in oral medicine Create lifelong learning and international View

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    Development of microfluidic concentrator using ion concentration polarization mechanism to assist trapping magnetic nanoparticle-bound miRNA to detect with Raman tags

    Chen, W. Y., Wang, C. H., Wang, K. H., Chen, Y. L., Chau, L. K. & Wang, S. C., 2020 Jan 1, In : Biomicrofluidics. 14, 1, 014102.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

  • Fiber optic nanogold-linked immunosorbent assay for rapid detection of procalcitonin at femtomolar concentration level

    Chiang, C. Y., Huang, T. T., Wang, C. H., Huang, C. J., Tsai, T. H., Yu, S. N., Chen, Y. T., Hong, S. W., Hsu, C. W., Chang, T. C. & Chau, L. K., 2020 Mar 1, In : Biosensors and Bioelectronics. 151, 111871.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

  • 1 Citation (Scopus)

    MicroRNA-150-5p promotes cell motility by inhibiting c-Myb-mediated Slug suppression and is a prognostic biomarker for recurrent ovarian cancer

    Tung, C. H., Kuo, L. W., Huang, M. F., Wu, Y. Y., Tsai, Y. T., Wu, J. E., Hsu, K. F., Chen, Y. L. & Hong, T. M., 2020 Jan 23, In : Oncogene. 39, 4, p. 862-876 15 p.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle