Professor Zhong Guangming From American UTHSCSA and Dr. Fan Huizhou From Rutgers University were Inv
On the 21st of September, Professor Zhong Guangming of UTHSCSA (University of Texas Health Science Center, San Antonio) and Dr. Fan Huizhou of Rutgers University were invited to HBNU for academic exchange activities. Both professors gave a lecture on "pathogenicity and vaginal micro biome" and "Intrinsic and Extrinsic Factors that Regulate Chlamydial Infection" at the College of Medical Laboratory, room 301 of the Research building at the West Campus. 2013 graduate and medical students of the College of Pharmacy, Life Science Research Center and some teachers were present at the lecture.
Later that afternoon, both professors visited Pathogen Biology and Immunology department at the Life Science research center. The two professors expressed their willingness to provide guidance and assistance in terms of disciplines such as scientific research and published papers. The lectures and academic exchange activities by the participating teachers and students were well organized. All were humbly welcomed.
Professor Zhong Guangming, a pathogen biology professor at HBNU and honorary director of the Institute of Immunology graduated from Hunan Medical University and studied abroad to gain his Ph.D. from the University of Manitoba. He later went to the University of California, Irvine, and University of Surrey and also did a NIH postdoctoral fellowship and was a professor in UTHSCSA Department of Microbiology and Immunology. He is on the "Infection and Immunity" magazine editorial board with more than 20 SCI journal reviews. He worked on the "Chlamydial Evasion of Immune Recognition" research project to obtain NIH funding for 16 consecutive years and published more than 100 papers in the field of chlamydia research.
Dr. Fan Huizhou graduated from Hunan Medical University and earned a doctorate at the University of Manitoba. He has conducted postdoctoral research at the Manitoba Institute of Cell Biology, Canada. He's currently in the University of California as an associate professor of physiology and an integrative.