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Kuo-Chen Chou

Kuo-Chen Chou

President and Founder
Gordon Life Science Institute
USA

Biography

Dr. Kuo-Chen Chou is the founder of Gordon Life Science Institute. He is also a Distinguished High Impact Professor and Advisory Professor of several Universities. Professor Chou has published over 510 papers in the fields of computational biology and biomedicine, protein structure prediction, low-frequency internal motion of protein and DNA and its biological functions, diffusion-controlled reactions of enzymes, as well as graphic rules in enzyme kinetics and other biological systems. Professor Chou’s awards include: “Medal of Science and Technology” (awarded by Shanghai Congress of Science & Technology, 1977); “National Science Medal” (awarded by the National Academy of Sciences, China, 1978); “The Scientist with the most number of hot papers (2007-2008) in the world” (honored by Web of Science, 2008); “The high impact distinguished professor” (honored by the Center of Excellence in Genomic Medical Research, 2013); “2014 Highly Cited Researcher in the field of Biology & Biochemistry and Computer Science” (honored by Thomson Reuters); “2015 Highly Cited Researcher in the field of Biology & Biochemistry” (honored by Thomson Reuters). According to ISI Science Citation Index (Web of Science), as of January 2015, Professor Kuo-Chen Chou's publications have been cited more than 33,084 times with h-index of 99. According to Google Scholar Citations, his papers have been cited more than 40,720 times with h-index of 112.

Research Interest

Computational Biology, Bioinformatics, Biomedicine, Protein Structure Prediction, Low-frequency internal motion of Protein and DNA and its biological functions, diffusion-controlled reactions of enzymes, as well as graphic rules in enzyme kinetics and other biological systems