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Research Faculty

    Chiahsin Lin
    • Name

      Chiahsin Lin

    • Department

      Department of Planning and Research

    • Email

      chiahsin@nmmba.gov.tw

    • Contact

      886-8-8825001#1356

    • Educational Backgroud

      Ph.D., Luton Institute of Research in Applied Natural Sciences, University of Bedfordshire, United Kingdom

    • Publication

      SCI Journal PapersConference PapersPatentBooks

    • Experience

      Professor, National Dong Hwa University, Institute of Marine Biology, Taiwan (2020-)

      Associate Researcher, National Museum of Marine Biology & Aquarium, Department of Planning & Research, Taiwan (2013-)

      Director, National Dong Hwa University, Institute of Marine Biology, Taiwan (2019-)

      Invited Visiting Researcher, Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute (2017)

      Associate Professor, National Dong Hwa University, Institute of Marine Biotechnology, Taiwan (2015-2019)

      Assistant Professor, National Dong Hwa University, Institute of Marine Biotechnology, Taiwan (2010-2015)

      Invited Visiting Researcher, Chulalongkorn University, Department of Marine Science, Thailand (2014)

      Assistant Researcher, National Museum of Marine Biology & Aquarium, Department of Planning & Research, Taiwan (2009-2013)

      Lecturer (in Aquaculture), Overseas Compatriot Affairs Commission (2012)

      Reviewer of International Journals (2010-)

      Editorial board for Journal of Platax (2010-)

      Lecturer (in Marine Education), Ministry of Education (2011)

      The Antarctica research expedition (2009)

      Visiting Researcher, University of London, Department of Biology and Science, United Kingdom (2006-2008)

    • Research Expertise

      1. Cryopreservation of tissues, gametes, embryonic stem cells, embryos, larvae and Symbiodiniaceae

      2. The impact of cryopreservation protocols on DNA integrity, gene expression and protein function

      3. Oocyte and ovarian follicle development

      4. The effect of in vitro culture and maturation

      5. Long and short term cryopreservation on oocytes and differentiation

      6. Coral cryo-bank

      7. Coral conservation

    • Research Subject

      1. Development of cryopreservation techniques for coral sperm, oocytes, embryos, larva, embryonic stem cells, Symbiodinium

      2. Studies on mitochondrial activity, membrane potential and distribution in coral oocytes after cryopreservation

      3. Establishing a comprehensive specimen coral cryobank of cell lines and tissue explants

      4. The ultrastructure and lipid of low temperature preservation in coral