Latest Research published in Winslow Briggs Special Issue in Molecular Plant

Dr. Cheng's latest article entitled "PCH1 and PCHL Directly Interact with PIF1, Promote Its Degradation, and Inhibit Its Transcriptional Function during Photomorphogenesis" has been accepted by Molecular Plant (Impact Factor: 10.812). Left is a cover designed by Chih-Peng Yuan in memoriam of Winslow, who was a giant in Photobiology.

Recruiting now - Open positions for Research Assistant, PhD students and Master students

Our lab is recruiting research assistant, PhD and master students. We welcome anyone who is interested in biochemical science and plant research. No lab experience needed as long as you are willing to learn. Please send your CV and a brief intro stating what you want to do and learn in our lab to ninadscheng@ntu.edu.tw

Dr. Cheng receives MOST Young Scholar Fellowship-Einstein project (愛因斯坦計畫)

Dr. Cheng receives the MOST-funded 5-year grant to develop a translational regulatory network during light-stress crosstalk in plants through international collaboration among UT-Austin and NTU.

National Taiwan University

Department of Biochemical Science and Technology