ABOUT

Xiao Chongde

Adviser expert

  • Consultant Specialist Zebrafish Research Specialist
  • Associate Professor, Department of Biotechnology, Central Plains University, Taiwan
  • Doctor of Fisheries Science, Taiwan University
  • Founder of the Cross-Strait Zebrafish Conference
  • Experts in functional genomics and Bioinformatics

Personal Profile

Dr. Xiao Yinde graduated from Taiwan University in 2002 with a Ph. D. in Fisheries Science. After that, he served as an associate professor in the Department of Biotechnology at Central Research Institute of Taiwan and IMCB of Singapore (2003-2006), and since 2007 he has taught at Central Plains University.


Dr. Xiao specializes in functional genomics and bioinformatics. He has published 86 important research results in international SCl journals such as Oncotargets Bioinformatics, Developmental Biology, PLOS One, Genomics data Genomics and so on. He also serves as an international journal such as Journal of Next Generation Sequencing & Applications, PLoS One, Heretidas (Beijing). Journal of ocean University of China, Expert Opinion on Drug Discovery. Journal of Diabetes and Endocrinology. PLoS Computational Biology, Gene Express Patterns, ZoResearch A member of the paper examiner or editor. Dr. Xiao also undertakes a number of research projects and has successfully applied for research funding of NT$22,672,000 from 2007 to 2015.


Xiao Botu is the initiator and sponsor of the cross-strait zebrafish conference. He has hosted three academic seminars on zebrafish on both sides of the Straits, and maintained good academic interaction with mainland researchers. Dr. Xiao is Taiwan's earliest specialist in fish gene transfer, gene knockout, antibody screening and genomics analysis. He has been invited to become a consultant of many well-known biotechnology companies in Taiwan. He has maintained good interaction with industrial research and development. A number of R&D patented technologies have been successfully authorized to biotechnology companies to achieve the integration of learning and application. Excellent demonstration.