The international famous velvet research experts, the Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences two outstanding talents. Former AgResearch Invermay Agricultural Center, New Zealand, Project Moderator, Deputy Director of the National Key Laboratory for Molecular Biology of Special Economic Animal Sciences, China, and Special Economic Animal Stem Cell Innovation Team Leader the scientist. Now presided over the national 863 project 1, 973 special 2, the National Natural Science Fund 2, Jilin Province Natural Science Foundation of a key project, Jilin province science and technology development plan 1 item. Has nurtured graduate students 19 (including overseas), including 6 doctoral students.
He got his Ph.D. in Physiology from the Otago University School of Medicine in New Zealand in 1997. He received his Ph.D. in Physiology from the University of Otago in New Zealand in 1997. After his graduation, he was employed by Royal New Zealand Agricultural (AgResearch NZ Ltd) for a deeper level of antler biology research, 2006 to present at the Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences Specialty Research Institute. In more than 30 years of research in antler biology, a total of more than 90 academic papers (SCI included more than 50 articles); participate in relevant international conferences more than 30 games; He was awarded the "China Youth Science and Technology Award" by the China Association for Science and Technology (CAST) in 1990; the "Second Prize of Science and Technology Progress" in Jilin Province and the Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences in 2002 (first prize); "China Science and Technology Progress Award" Third); 2003 World Research Promotion Council awarded the "Outstanding Scientist Award."
Career achievements have been widely recognized by international colleagues, were invited in the first (2000, Banff, Canada), the second (2004, New Zealand Queenstown) and the third (2011, Changchun) International deer antler Science And the 6th (Czech Republic Prague, 2006), the 7th (Huilo Huilo, Chile, 2010) and the 8th (Harbin, China, 2014) international deer biology conference. Many years of solid research work has made outstanding achievements, the biggest contribution is to promote the velvet as a biomedical model development, research on velvet biology will make a great contribution to human health; Foundation.