An Expert from Kunming Institute of Zoology, Chinese Academy of Sciences is Invited to Deliver an Academic Report


On March 18, 2018, Prof. Chen Ceshi, a researcher of Kunming Institute of Zoology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, was invited to deliver an academic report titled “Research Progress in Individualized Targeted Therapy for Breast Cancer” for teachers and students of School of Basic Medicine. The report was chaired by Prof. Wang Siying, deputy dean of School of Basic Medicine.

Prof. Chen systematically introduced the classification and targeted therapy of breast cancer molecules, endocrine treatment of breast cancer, and targeted therapy of HER2-positive breast cancer. Combined with years of in-depth study of KLF5, he specifically explained related knowledge about how to apply basic research to clinical practice. Prof. Chen’s report was brilliant and informative, which attracted great interest from the present teachers and students. After the report, teachers and students had a heated exchange and discussion with Prof. Chen.

Prof. Chen, a second-level researcher of the Kunming Institute of Zoology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, is a doctoral supervisor. He ranks among the introduced outstanding overseas talents of Chinese Academy of Sciences. In 2013, he was awarded “Outstanding Youth” by the National Natural Science Foundation of China. In early 2018, he has been selected as a leading talent for scientific and technological innovation of the Ten-thousand Talents Program and a key talent specially appointed by the Chinese Academy of Sciences to receive special grants from the Chinese Government. Having long been engaged in researches on breast cancer, ubiquitination, stem cells, animal models, etc., he has published more than 70 SCI papers on international journals. He is the deputy editor-in-chief and editorial board member of various journals, member of the Standing Committee of the Breast Cancer Specialist Committee of the Chinese Anticancer Association, the Second-phase Audit Expert of National Natural Science Foundation of China, the Ministry of Science and Technology, and National Office for Science & Technology Awards.

More than 60 teachers and students from School of Basic Medicine, the First Affiliated Hospital of AHMU, and other schools and faculties gathered to listen to the report.