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Professor Ting-Chao Chou received MS degree in Pharmacology from National Taiwan University College of Medicine; Ph.D. from Yale University, and Postdoctoral Fellowship at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. Joined Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center (MSKCC), became Member 1988-96, and a Professor of Pharmacology at Cornell University Graduate School of Medical Sciences, 1988-2000. He is Honorary Professor at Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences, Beijing and five other universities. He focused in the new drug discovery as the Director of Preclinical Pharmacology Core at MSKCC, where he retired on June1, 2013. His 273 scientific articles have been cited by 15,606 papers (as of 8.31.2014). (Thomson Reuters Web of Science: www.researcherid.com/rid/B-4111-2009). Prof. Chou introduced the “Unified Theory of the Median-Effect Equation of the Mass-Action Law”, and with Prof. Paul Talalay (JHU) in 1984, created the “Combination Index Theorem” for multiple entity dynamics. For one article alone (Chou TC and Talalay P., Adv Enz Regul 22:27-55, 1984), cited by 3,218 articles published in 599 biomedical journals and has become one of four the most broadly cited theoretical articles by journals of all time. Chou's dynamics equations and theory has been extended to illustrate the ancient Chinese philosophy and to advocate Econo-Green Bio-Research. He is Inventor/Co-inventor of 36 U.S. Patents, on Editorial Board of five international scientific journals, and is the founder of PD Science, LLC.