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  1. Physician Scientist醫生科學家 Immunology Research Center Shie-Liang, Edmond, Hsieh 免疫學研究中心 謝世良 主任 Dr.James B. Wyngaarden, Director of the National Institutes of Health (April 29,1982-July 31,1989)

  2. Sir Hans Sloane (1660-1753) In his long life, the noted physician, scientist and collector Sir Hans Sloane amassed one of the greatest collections of plants, animals, antiquities, coins and many other objects of his time. It was to be the founding core of the British Museum and later The Natural History Museum.

  3. Who are physician-scientists, and why do we need them? • They are individuals with medical trainingwho spend most or all of their time engaged in basic, disease-oriented or patient-oriented research. • Physician Scientist • MD program • MD, PhD Program

  4. Contribution of Physician Scientist in the Past • The eradication of smallpox and the near-eradication of polio. • The cures for childhood leukemia, Hodgkin disease, and testicular cancer. • The development of open-heart surgery, of organ and bone-marrow transplantation • Approaches to decrease mortality after heart attacks and strokes.

  5. The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 1962 • for their discoveries concerning the molecular structure of nucleic acids and its significance for information transfer in living material“ Francis Harry Compton Crick James Dewey Watson Maurice Hugh Frederick Wilkins

  6. Genomic Aspirations • Molecular and Post-genomic Medicine • To apply the enormous genomic information and newly developed cutting-edge technology for disease diagnosis, prevention and treatment

  7. Science as a Way of Life:Perplexities of a Physician-Scientist • New diagnosis • Single genetic mutation: • Multiple genetic mutations • Cancer • Brain diseases: Alzheimer’s disease • Cardiovascular diseases:lipid lowering drugs • Metabolic diseases • Diabetes Mellitus (DM)

  8. Amplification of Minute Amounts of DNA • Amplification of DNA from a drop of blood or a hair • Genetic Fingerprinting • Sex determination • Diagnosis of gene defects • Single nucleotide polymorphism (SNP) • Gene cloning and Human Cloning

  9. High Throughput Screening of Gene Expression • Gene expression profile of cancer vs non-cancer cells • Identification of oncogenes • Identification of tumor suppressor gene • Gene expression profile in response to SARS • Identification of virus resistant genes • Identification of disease susceptible genes

  10. Science as a Way of Life:Perplexities of a Physician-Scientist • New Treatment • Gene Therapy • Immunotherapy • Stem Cell Therapy

  11. Immunotherapy

  12. Computing Powerfor Medicine • 10,000 drugs • More than 100,000 diseases and conditions • Thousands of guidelines • Millions of rules The clinical symptoms can be converted into machine language to get answers to the most complex medical questions in real time and without physician effort.

  13. Automated Doctor Machine (ADM)vsAutomated Teller Machine (ATM)

  14. Why do we need the Physician Scientist Program? • Physician who does not only • Apply well-known knowledge for medicare • But also apply advanced new technology to develop new methods for medical • Diagnosis • Treatment • Disease Prevention • New discovery

  15. Is our training program competitive?

  16. Classical Courses for Medical Doctors • 1st Year: • Biology, Chemistry (General & Organic) • 2nd Year • Histology, Anatomy, Biochemistry • 3rd Year • Microbiology and Immunology • Physiology, Pathology • 4nd Year • Parasitology, Pharmacology, Genetics • 5th Year • Clinical Courses

  17. Classical Courses for Medical Doctors (New Curriculum) • 1st Year: • Biology, Chemistry (General & Organic) • 2nd Year • Biochemistry, Cell Biology • 3rd to 5th Years: PBL • Microbiology and Immunology • Physiology, Pathology • Parasitology • Pharmacology • Genetics • Other clinical courses

  18. Conventional Medical Training • What they offer? • The ability to implement current medical knowledge for medical diagnosis and treatment of patients • What they do not offer? • The ability for use modern biomedical technology to renovate or create new approaches for Medicare.

  19. PhD (Dr. of Philosophy) Program • Lectures • Molecular Biology • Genomics, Proteomics, Bioinformatics • Methodology • Recombinant DNA Technology • Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) • Real-time PCR • DNA Microarray • Protein Chips • Flow Cytometry • Others • Logical Approaches

  20. PhD (Dr. of Philosophy) Program • Seminar • Paper reading and Presentation • Laboratory Experiences • Perform experiments independently • Figure out new hypothesis • Explore un-discovered disciples

  21. The Goals of PhDProgram • The ability and experience to use the advanced knowledge and technology for investigation. • The ability to design and perform experiments independently. • The ability to implement their idea.

  22. Why should we care?Knowledge is Power NIH director James Wyngaarden The clinical investigator as an endangered species • if medical schools drift so far away from science... that the students more and more see the research as irrelevant to medicine as they wish to practise it. • if MDs do not stay in the world of clinical research, their place will be taken by welltrained PhD scientists.

  23. Initiatives launched • Mayo Clinic Training programme supporting 10-12 ‘residents’ each year, with 2 years experiences in a clinical research lab. • It is essential to engage students in science while they are still in medical school and thinking about careers.

  24. Number of NIH Principal Investigators in Medical School Department

  25. Number of faculties in medical school departments

  26. Comparison of NIH charted review panel

  27. Where have all the young girls go? By NANCY C. ANDREWS Director of Harvard-MIT MD-PhD Program childbearing and family life. have to be better than their male counterparts to be considered equal. women receive very little encouragement to become physician-scientists. lack compelling role models.

  28. In Some Medical SchoolsA career in research in not actively promoted or held in such high guard.

  29. Physician Scientist Program in YM • 在已有的醫學課程外,增加醫學生選修實驗課程。 • 從大一升大二暑假開始,設置獎學金,共10名,至陽明大學專任老師實驗室從事研究工作。採取申請作業方式,經委員審核後通過,計畫結束後,於開學一個半月,提出成果報告。

  30. Physician Scientist Program in YM • 從大二上開始,增加醫學生選修實驗課程,最高上限共可修選六次(1~6),從大二到大四為止,每學期一學分。 • (4)有意攻讀博士者,可在大四結束進入臨床前,允許報考研究所攻讀碩士、博士,待畢業後,再繼續臨床研究。

  31. 第一屆陽明校友 • 陳宜民: Harvard • 鄭明媛: Yale • 黃自強: John Hopkins • 郭旭嵩: Yale • 張宏仁: Harvard • 陳俊忠

  32. 第二屆陽明校友 • 鄭宏志: Karolinska, Sweden • 謝仁俊: Karolinska, Sweden • 李丞華: John Hopkins

  33. 第三屆陽明校友 • 宋晏仁: Cornell • 謝世良: Oxford/Stanford • 周德盈: John Hopkins • 蔡果荃: John Hopkins/MGH • 黃怡超: Glasgow • 張武修: Harvard • 李芬瑤: UCLA • 瞿光裕:UCLA