PD Science LLC,
Ting-Chao Chou, born in Taiwan, received Ph.D. in Pharmacology from Yale University and Post-Doctoral Fellowship from Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. He joined Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center (MSKCC) and became a Member, and Professor of Pharmacology at Cornell University Graduate School of Medical Sciences in 1988. He is Honorary Professor of Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences, and Visiting Professor at five universities. He retired from MSKCC in June 2013. Dr. Chou published 326 papers with 25,553 citations (Google Scholar) with h-index of 67. He introduced The Median-Effect Theory of the Mass-Action Law (1976) and co-developed The Combination Index Theorem, CalcuSyn and CompuSyn software. His theoretical paper introducing the CI method and software (Chou TC & Talalay P. Adv. Enzyme Regul. 22:27-55, 1984) for quantitative determination of synergism (CI<1), additive effect (CI=1) and antagonism (CI>1) has been cited 4,999 times in over 754 bio-medical journals. Dr. Chou is inventor/co-inventor of 40 US Patents. He is the Founder & President of PD Science, LLC (USA).
Mathematical and theoretical biology, Pharmacology, Cancer research