International collaboration and Accreditation
(1) Active collaborations with Prof. Carl-Gustaf Bornehag in Sweden for DBH (Damp Buildings and Health) and childhood asthma study; with Prof. John Spengler for Sustainable Development and Human Health study; with Prof. Yuguo Li for Climate Change and Building Adaptation study.
(2) Collaborate with the Harvard University in the United States and Health Canada on the research of health effects of arsenic.
(3) Collaborate with University of Michigan, Ann Arbor to developing sampling strategy for calm environment and with Washington University in St. Louis to develop nanoparticle measurement instrument.
(4) National Cheng Kung University-Analytical Laboratory of Environmental Trace Pollutants (NCKU-ALTEP) has obtained the accreditations from Taiwan Accreditation Foundation (TAF) in the analysis of trace environmental pollutant dioxins in various matrices, including human blood, fish, milk products, meats, fats, vegetables, animal feeds, soil, and ambient air. According to the authority of ILAC MRA, the accreditations are effective in 28 countries and 36 accreditation organizations all over the world
(5) Collaborative study with Department of Food Science, Rutgers University for the research of cancer chemoprevention of nature products.
(6) To initiate future cooperative research work on air-pollution related cardiopulmonary diseases withInstitute of Industrial Ecological Sciences at University of Birmingham, UK, and Institute of Environmental and Occupational Health at University of Environmental and Occupational Health, Japan.