Chang Gung University
|Chang Gung University|
Chang Gung University medical building
|Established||1987 (as Chang Gung Medical College_
1997 (as CGU)
|President||Bao Jiaju (包家駒)|
|Admin. staff||1,176 Teachers
|Location||Gueishan, Taoyuan, Taiwan|
The institution was established as the Chang Gung Medical College in April 1987. Engineering and management students have been accepted since 1993, when the name was changed to Chang Gung College of Medicine and Technology. In July 1997, the name was changed again to Chang Gung University. In February 2011 Chang Gung University and Arizona State University established an international Biosignatures Center aimed at the prevention, early detection, diagnosis, and treatment of cancer and other diseases. The center will be directed by Arizona State University Nobel laureate Leland H. Hartwell. The Formosa Plastics Group Museum is located on campus.
- History, Chang Gung University (English).
- ASU forms innovative international health care partnership. February 17, 2011
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