时间: 2019-05-07 作者: 浏览次数: 0


Topic: Neural pathways involved in medial septal nucleus involved in chronic pain

Speaker: Prof. You  Wan Professor

Report time:May 10, 2019 (Firday) 15:00

Report location: Conference room, Institute of Neuroscience, 401-1500

Host: Prof. Guangyin Xu


Brief introduction of the speaker:

Professor Wan, a professor at Peking University and a doctoral tutor. Dean of the School of Basic Medicine, Secretary of the Party Committee. Department of Neurobiology/Neurology Research Institute of the School of Basic Medicine/Director/Director of the Key Laboratory of the Ministry of Education and the National Health Planning Commission. As one of the main leaders, he established the Department of Neurobiology and obtained the first batch of national key disciplines, established the Institute of Neuroscience and became a ministerial-level key laboratory. He was a member of the Discipline Review Group of the Academic Degrees Committee of the State Council.

He received his bachelor's and master's degrees in medicine from Henan Medical University in 1985 and 1990, his Ph.D. from Tongji Medical University in 1993, and his post-doctoral post in Beijing Medical University in 1995. He was admitted to Illinois State University and the State University of New Jersey from 1998 to 2000. A visiting scholar. Mainly engaged in the study of neurobiological mechanisms of pain and analgesia. He has been responsible for more than 20 national and provincial research projects of the “973” program (Chief Scientist) of the Ministry of Science and Technology, the National Natural Science Foundation of China, and the Ministry of Education, Beijing, and more than 150 papers (more than 90 papers in SCI papers). Article), participate in the book 15 chapters. It will guide 8 post-doctors and 50 graduate students. Social part-time: Vice Chairman of the Chinese Medical Association Pain Society, Executive Director of the Chinese Society of Neuroscience, and Executive Director of the Chinese Acupuncture Association. Former chairman of the International Pain Society China Chapter. Associate Editor of Neuroscience Bulletin, Executive Deputy Editor of China Journal of Pain Medicine, and editors of more than 10 academic journals at home and abroad.