Ying-Chieh Liu

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School of Management, Edith Cowan University, Australia c.standing@ecu.edu.au Dr Ying-Chieh Liu Department of Information Management, Chaoyang University of Technology, Taiwan allanliu@cyut.edu.tw A review of the literature shows the factors that impact on the effectiveness of virtual teams are still ambiguous. To address this problem we developed a(More)
Zoledronic acid (ZOL) was shown earlier to prolong survival in animal models of lung cancer. The aim of this study was to examine whether alteration of intracellular cyclins, cyclin-dependent kinases, cyclin-dependent kinase inhibitors, retinoblastoma, and Ras protein expression and E2F localization are among the possible antilung cancer mechanisms driven(More)
This paper describes the development of a framework which can be used to evaluate the performance and satisfaction of virtual teams in an online education environment. A comprehensive literature review of existing virtual team research is used to develop a framework and this is then substantiated against existing theories in relation to Computer Mediated(More)
Metabolic syndrome (MetS), cardiovascular diseases (CVD) and cancers such as colon cancer (CCa), prostate cancer (PCa) and breast cancer (BCa) have been recognized as obesity-initiated diseases. The development of obesity can cause changes in metabolic and hormonal conditions, which can result in the storage of excess energy in different forms in the human(More)
Oral squamous cell carcinoma (OSCC) is one of the most common cancers worldwide. Aberrations in miRNA regulation are known to play important roles in OSCC pathogenesis. miR-187 was shown to be up-regulated in head and neck malignancies in our previous screening. This study further investigated the oncogenic potential, clinical implications, and targets of(More)
OBJECTIVE We designed and developed two interactive apps interfaces for dietary food measurements on mobile devices. The user-centered designs of both the IPI (interactive photo interface) and the SBI (sketching-based interface) were evaluated. Four types of outcomes were assessed to evaluate the usability of mobile devices for dietary measurements,(More)