International Center for Wound Repair and Regeneration

Organization profile

Organisation profile

The International Center for Wound Repair and Regeneration” (iWRR) in NCKU was established via integrating cross-disciplinary scientists in 2012. Under the mentorship of Dr. Cheng-Ming Chuong and the leadership of the directors, Professor De-Hua Wang (2012/~2013/7), Professor Shyh-Jou Shieh (2013/8~2016/7, and Professor Ming-Jer Tang (2016/8~), iWRR has tackled issues involved in normal and hypertrophic scar, keloid, wound-induced hair follicle neogenesis and alopecia. With our continuous efforts, more than 60 SCI paper were published in high impact journals since 2013. In 2018, iWRR receives the integrative funds from the Ministry of Education's Higher Education and Deep Cultivation Center, and the Ministry of Science and Technology's over-the-counter funding. This is the most important gift as well as a heavy responsibility for the iWRR members. As the old saying goes: An educated person cannot but be resolute and broad-minded, for he/she has taken up a heavy responsibility and a long course. Thus, all the iWRR members will strive to make the greatest contribution to society.

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Zebrafish Medicine & Life Sciences
Muscles Medicine & Life Sciences
Feathers Medicine & Life Sciences
NFATC Transcription Factors Medicine & Life Sciences
CCAAT-Binding Factor Medicine & Life Sciences
Basic Helix-Loop-Helix Transcription Factors Medicine & Life Sciences
Transcription Factors Medicine & Life Sciences
Gene Expression Medicine & Life Sciences

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Projects 2019 2020

前瞻蝦類養殖國際研發中心(2/5)

Lo, C.

19-03-0120-02-29

Project: Research project

Research Output 2008 2019

A novel zebrafish model to emulate lung injury by folate deficiency-induced swim bladder defectiveness and protease/antiprotease expression imbalance

Lee, G-H., Cheng, N. W., Yu, H. H., Tsai, J. N., Liu, T., Wen, Z. H., Chen, B. H. & Fu, T-F., 2019 Dec 1, In : Scientific reports. 9, 1, 12633.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Open Access
Lung Injury
Zebrafish
Protease Inhibitors
Folic Acid
Urinary Bladder

A thrombomodulin-like gene is crucial to the collective migration of epibolic blastomeres during germ layer formation and organogenesis in zebrafish

Lee, G-H., Chang, C. L., Chiu, W-T., Hsiao, T. H., Chen, P. Y., Wang, K. C., Kuo, C-H., Chen, B. H., Shi, G. Y., Wu, H-L. & Fu, T-F., 2019 Aug 26, In : Journal of biomedical science. 26, 1, 60.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Open Access
Thrombomodulin
Germ Layers
Blastomeres
Organogenesis
Zebrafish
2 Citations (Scopus)

Comparative regenerative biology of spiny (Acomys cahirinus) and laboratory (Mus musculus) mouse skin

Jiang, T. X., Hans, I-C., Ou, K. L., Lei, M. & Chuong, C. M., 2019 Apr 1, In : Experimental Dermatology. 28, 4, p. 442-449 8 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Murinae
Hair
Skin
Hair Follicle
Wounds and Injuries