TTU Review

 
TTU-Review is published online and on the quarterly basis. For the first few issues, it would circulate internally in order to perfect the electronically operation and management. The managing staff is composed of the Chief Editor, Technical Editor, IT Manager and a Editing Council that includes Deans, Registrar, Department Chairs, Office Directors. Each contributor has to observe the Intellectual Property Laws and Regulations and be responsible for the academic standard for his (her) article. The copyright of the article will be discussed with each contributor before publishing.

I would appreciate Mme. President & Provost’s support and the contributions of instructors, lecturers, Registrar office and IT department. I’m looking forward to receiving more articles from all TTU schools for the coming issues.
Long An Province
Spring 2016
Michael L. Pham
Chief Editor

Vol 1, No 4 (2018): TTU Review 4

Dear Readers: 

Tan Tao University Review (TTU Review) has been published three issues since it was launched, and due to some reasons, it has not been active for the past time. However, thanks to a drive for research in the TTU scientific community and great contributions from the faculty members, TTU Review has been recently rekindled, and the efforts bring a fruitful result of availability of TTU Review, Issue 4.

In this fourth issue published in early August 2018, instructors from all Schools submitted their articles to TTU Review. The TTU Review Board would like to appreciate all the instructors, particularly the instructors from School of Medicine for their great contributions. Notably, Prof. Thach Nguyen with his research group presented in the article, if the cavitation phenomenon is the mechanism for formation of plaques in coronary arteries, and the researchers suggested a new study protocol. Dr. Huyen Doan reviewed the most important aspects of the preoperative assessment and intraoperative procedure to identify complications of rhytidectomy or facelift surgery. Mr Ha Nguyen shared his experience in teaching English to medical students in Vietnam. Dr. Khanh Doan with a project funded by Vietnam National Foundation for Science and Technology Development (NAFOSTED), presented a preliminary result of using Swiss Albino mouse strain for In Vivo pharmacological metabolic research. Prodigiously, Prof. Truong Le contributed many articles from his expertise to TTU Review.

Apart from Medical School’s contribution, this fourth issue also acknowledges great efforts of lecturers from other Schools, namely Dr. Truong Nguyen and Dr. Quang Ta from School of Biotechnology, Ms. Trang Nguyen and Ms. Anh Pham from School of Economics and Business Administration, Mr. Jonathan Lankford, Mr. Peter Huynh and Mr. Nhon Dang from School of Humanities & Languages. Besides, several other articles by other faculty members are in the pipeline, and will be made available for the subsequent issue.

Once again, TTU Review would like to thank you all the TTU faculty members for their fruitful scientific research activities by sharing their research studies and submitting the papers to TTU Review. The Review hopes to receive more of the support and contributions in the future.

 

Thank you so much!

TTU Review


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Table of Contents

Articles

Truong Xuan Le
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Huyen Van Doan
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Truong Xuan Le
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Thach Nguyen
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Khanh Van Doan
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Ha Dang Nguyen
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Truong Nguyen
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Quang Van Ta
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Trang Thu Nguyen
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Nhon Dang
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Jonathan W. Lankford
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Peter Huynh
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