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Qin chuan

Qin chuan

Expert Professor

Qinchuan, a female MD and researcher, is the Director of the Institute of Laboratory Animal Sciences, Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences, expert of Medical Sciences and expert of special allowance by State Council. She received her doctorate in pathology and pathophysiology in 2006. She is mainly engaged in experimental pathology development, and has established a series of neurodegenerative disease models, China's largest resource bank of animal models of human diseases, Comparative Medical Technology Platform and National Platform for Animal Model of Infectious Diseases. In addition, she has been worked on the development of animal models of human diseases, the research of disease mechanism and the application of drug development models for a long time, and created the discipline of medical comparative medicine. The relevant representative research results were published in the journals of Nature Medcine, Nature Microbial, and Nature Communication, respectively. She published 283 papers as the first or corresponding author, 110 SCI papers of Nature Microbiol, Nature Med, and the like included, which were cited for 1595 times. She has obtained 10 authorized invention patents, and she was the editor-in-chief of 17 monographs and 5 textbooks, 3 industry training materials, training 81 graduate students and postdoctoral. She also leaded establishment of 152 standards and won 18 awards of science and technology (including the First National Innovation Top Prize, the third prize of National Prize for Progress in Science and Technology), achieving the honors of the National "March 8th" Red Banner, National Excellent Science and Technology Workers, etc.

Xia Xianzhu

Xia Xianzhu

Distinguished academician

Xia Xianzhu, a male researcher and doctoral supervisor, was born in January 1939 and graduated from Nanjing Agricultural University in August 1965. He is an academician of Chinese Academy of Engineering, and China's famous expert in animal virology. He won third-class merit three times. In 2002, he won the third "Major Contribution Award of Professional Technology of the PLA". He has won 3 second prizes and 1 third prize of National Scientific and Technological Progress, 8 second prizes and 9 third prizes of Military (provincial and ministerial level) Scientific and Technological Progress. He has published 3 monographs and more than 400 papers. Over the years, he has trained more than 100 doctoral, master's and students, and provided a large number of excellent military and civilian personnel. He has been engaged in the teaching and research of animal infectious diseases and animal viral diseases for a long time. He mainly worked on the study of prevention and control of important diseases of military animals and wild animals and zoonoses. He has undertaken more than 50 national, military, provincial and ministerial levels’ research projects of the Ministry of Agriculture, the State Forestry Administration, the Ministry of Health, the National Natural Science Foundation of China. More than 10 animal viruses have been isolated. Fatal canine distemper virus and coronavirus infection in giant pandas were first discovered and confirmed in the world; He also found highly pathogenic avian influenza virus (HPAI) in tigers of big cats. He carried out systematic research on the prevention and control of important diseases of military animals; A series of biological preparations have been successfully developed for the prevention of virus diseases in dogs, economic animals and wild endangered animals, such as "five-combination weak virus vaccine for dogs", "six-combination weak virus vaccine for dogs" and "three-combination vaccine for dogs", thus effectively controlling the occurrence and epidemic of the above-mentioned diseases.