China Medical University joined National Academy of Inventors as the first Charter International Affiliate Member

Date: December 8, 2010

Reorganizer, Secretariat, Clerk, Cher Meng-Ting Yin
Editor, Graduate Institute of Cancer Biology, College of Medicine, Assistant Professor Shian-Ying Sung

The National Academy of Inventor (NAI) was founded at University of South Florida (USF) in 2010 to recognize the universities and affiliation of investigators who translate their researches into inventions that could benefit the society and people like you and me. The mission of NAI is to recognize, encourage and honor academic inventor. NAI also involve in the enhancement of the visibility of technology, innovation, education and disclosure of intellectual property of university.

CMU was honor as the first international affiliates of NAI. President Huang acknowledged Professor Shinn-Zong Lin for establishing the connection. He also encourages investigators of CMU to become member of NAI. There are over 10 faculties of CMU become the member of NAI and contribute there efforts in the translation of invention.

The National Academy of Inventors

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Professor Shinn-Zong Lin (right) represents NAI to give the certificate of international affiliate member institution to President Jong-Tsun Huang
The CMU inventive group
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