A Professor from NYU Talks with AHMU Teachers and Students

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On the afternoon of May 12, 2018, at the invitation of Prof. Zhu Qixing, vice president of Anhui Medical University, Prof. Huang Chuanshu, deputy director of the Nelson Institute of Environmental Medicine at New York University Medical Center, once again came to attend a symposium talking with the teachers and graduate students of School of Public Health.

Prof. Huang Chuanshu introduced the development status of New York University Medical Center and the work progress of his research group in recent years. Prof. Shen Tong from Department of Occupational Hygiene and Environmental Hygiene of School of Public Health and Prof. Wang Hua from Department of Health Toxicology of School of Public Health introduced the achievements and existing problems in their respective scientific research and teaching. The two sides reached consensus and agreed on cooperation on the training of young scholars and graduate students.

In 2011 Prof. Huang was selected among the Sixth Batch of “Thousand Talents Program”, namely, the “Recruitment Program of Global Experts” launched by Chinese government. He is currently chairing four NIH (National Institutes of Health) projects in the United States and has completed several NIH projects including two NCI (National Cancer Institute) projects and five NIEHS (National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences) projects. He has also published more than 290 SCI papers, totally cited over 12000 times. Prof. Huang has visited our university several times since 2016 to attend academic exchanges and symposiums. He once delivered an academic report titled “XIAP Regulates Inner Ubiquitination of RhoGDI through its RING Domain, and then Plays a New Role in Promoting the Invasion and Metastasis of Cancer Cells” which received a warm welcome from teachers and graduate students.

Prof. Xu Dexiang, deputy dean of School of Public Health, and professors and graduate students from Department of Occupational Hygiene and Environmental Hygiene and Department of Health Toxicology participated in the symposium.