|THE DEPARTMENT AND GRADUATE INSTITUTE OF VETERINARY MEDICINE
Tel : +886-2-23630231 ext. 2548
Fax : +886-2-23661475
Website : http://www.vm.ntu.edu.tw
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Full-time faculty: 31
Adjunct faculty: 16
Associate Professors: 14
Assistant Professors: 3
PhD degrees: 28
Master degrees: 2
Bachelor degree: 1
Victor Fei Pang: Ph.D., University of
Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA. (Chairperson)
Shiow-Suey Lai: Ph.D., Cornell University, USA.
Chin-Hsein Kuo: BS, National Taiwan Normal University, ROC.
Chao-Fu Chang: Ph.D., North Carolina State University, USA.
Ching-Ho Wang: Ph.D., Louvain University, Belgium.
Chang-Yung Fei: Ph.D., National Taiwan University, ROC.
Redman M. Chu: Ph.D., Iowa State University, USA.
Ming-Jeng Pan: Ph.D., University of California, Davis, USA.
Dah- Sheng Lin : Ph.D., Cornell University, USA.
Tzong-Fu Kuo: Ph.D., National Taiwan University, ROC.
Hui-Pei Huang: Ph.D., Glasgow University, UK.
Feng-In Wang: Ph.D., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign,
In-Lin Wu: Ph.D., National Taiwan University,
Jeou-Jong Shyu: Ph.D., University of Illinois at Urbana- Champaign,
Peng-Heng Chang: Ph.D., Auburn University, USA.
Ling-Ling Chueh: Ph.D., Kyushu University, Japan.
Chin-Cheng Chou: Ph.D., University of California, L. A., USA .
Shao-Kuang Chang: Ph.D., North Carolina State University, USA.
Mei-Mei Chen: Ph.D., National Taiwan University, ROC.
Chian-Ren Jeng: Ph.D., North Carolina State University, USA.
Hsiang-Jung Tsai: Ph.D., Ohio State University, USA.
Lih-Sen Yeh: Ph.D., National Taiwan University, ROC.
Jiann-Gwu Lee: Ph.D., North Carolina State University, USA.
Chen-Shuan Liu: Ph.D., University of California, Davis, USA.
Ing-Cherng Guo: Ph.D., National Taiwan University, ROC.
Chung-Tien Lin: Ph.D., University of Cambridge, UK.
Chau-Hwa Chi: Ph.D., National Taiwan University, ROC.
Bi-Ling Su: Ph.D., University of Munich,Germany.
Tong-Rong Jan: Ph.D., Michigan state University, USA.
Chiung-Hsiang Cheng: MS, National Taiwan University, ROC.
Ji-Jong Lee: MS, Louisiana State University, USA.
BUILDINGS AND FACILITIES
The Department of Veterinary Medicine has a major 4-story teaching
building plus Newson and Microbiology Buildings, Large Animal Research
Laboratory and a 6-story Veterinary Teaching Hospital. Teaching
and research are the major activities for training students, veterinarians,
and research scientists. There are many well equipped laboratories
including labs of vet. physiology, vet. anatomy, vet. pathology,
vet. pharmacology, vet. bacteriology, vet. virology, vet. parasitology,
vet. clinical pathology, vet. immunology, vet. public health, electron
microscope, diseases of wild animals, diseases of swine, diseases
of poultry, diseases of fish, diseases of horse, diseases of large
animals, small animal internal medicine and surgery etc.
Transmission and scanning electron microscopes, Flow cytometry,
Ultramicrotome, DNA thermal cycler, real time quantitative PCR,
ELISA reader, Capillary electrophoresis, 15-parameters semi-automated
hematology analyzer, Fraction collector, Electrocardiogragh, Operation
microscope, Automatic clinical chemistry analyzer, Blood gas analyzer,
ST4 Compact 4 channel coagulation instrument, Cryostat, Noninvasive
blood pressure monitor, Inverted microscope. HPLC, Speed refrigerated
centrifuge, QBC-V Hematology, Animal clinical physiological monitor,
Cytospin centrifuge, Isoelectric focusing facilities, Echocardiograph,
Ultrafiltration concentrator, Transcutaneous PO2 and PCO2 monitor,
Vet fibrescope, Ultracentrifuge, Heart and Lung supportive system,
Endoscoic teaching system, X-ray machine, Gastrointestinal endoscope,
Ion coater, Critical point dryer, Vacuum evaporator, Ultrasonic
The department offers a five-year program leading to a Bachelor's
degree of veterinary medicine. Students must complete a minimum
of 182 credit units for their degree.
Core Courses for the Undergraduates
General Chemistry and Lab (4)
Organic Chemistry and Lab (4)
Biochemistry and Lab (6)
Veterinary Anatomy and Lab (8)
Veterinary Physiology and Lab (8)
Animal Histology and Lab (4)
Veterinary Bacteriology and Lab (3)
Veterinary Parasitology (3)
Veterinary Virology and Lab (3)
Veterinary Pathology and Lab (8)
Veterinary Immunology and Lab (3)
Required Courses for the Undergraduates
Veterinary Diagnostic Images and Lab (3)
Veterinary Clinical Diagnosis and Lab (2)
Veterinary Pharmacology and Lab (7)
Veterinary Clinical Pathology and Lab (4)
Veterinary Theriogenology (4)
Veterinary Public Health and Lab (4)
Animal Feeding and Management (3)
Veterinary Genetics (2)
Veterinary Anesthesiology and Lab (2)
Small Animal Surgery Skills and Lab (2)
Large Animal Surgery Skills and Lab (2)
Small Animal Surgery (3)
small Animal Medicine (4)
Diseases of Swine (4)
Poultry Diseases (4)
Horse Diseases (2)
Animal Hospital Practices (1)
Aquatic Animal Diseases (3)
Ruminant Diseases (4)
Veterinary Epidemiology (3)
Veterinary Jurisprudence and Ethics (1)
Clinical Conference (2)
The graduate institute currently offers a one to four-year Master's
degree program and a two to seven-year Ph.D. degree program in Veterinary
Medicine. A minimum of twenty four credit units (six units of thesis
not included) is required for the Master's degree, and minimum of
eighteen credit units (twelve units of thesis not included) is required
for the Ph.D. degree.
Weekly clinical case conferences are held by oral presentation
clinical cases by final year veterinary interns. In graduate institute,
graduate seminars are held weekly. In addition, scientific seminars
are held monthly to bimonthly and local or international speakers
are invited to give the talks.