Chun-che Chang obtained his BSc (Agricultural Chemistry) and MSc (Biochemistry) in 1990 and 1992, respectively, from the National Taiwan University (NTU) in Taipei, Taiwan. He obtained full scholarship from the Taiwan Government to study in the University of Cambridge from Octover 1996 and received his Ph.D. in 2001 from the Department of Genetics, working on germline development in the grasshopper Schistocerca gregaria under the supervision of Professor Michael Akam. After his Ph.D., he then went to the Laboratory of Professor and Sir Alec Jeffreys in Leicester University, working on meiotic recombination in the human. Being attracted by the beauty of embryos, he returned back to the field of Developmental Biology and studied gonadogenesis in zebrafish in the Lab of Professor Bon-chu Chung at the Institute of Molecular Biology of the Academia Sinica (Taipei) till July 2003. From August 2003, he became an assistant professor at the Department of Entomology NTU, where he is working. In August 2009 he was promoted as an associate professor and he was further promoted as a full professor in August 2014. Currently he is also an adjunct faculty member of: (1) Institute of Biotechnology; (2) Genome and Systems Biology Degree Program; and (3) Research Center for Developmental Biology and Regenerative Medicine at the NTU. Chun-che Chang is an active member of the International Aphid Genomics Consortium.