NJUCM and UC Davis Co-establish Joint Laboratory of Metabolomics
    

In the morning of November 2, 2018, the signing ceremony between NJUCM and UC Davis to co-establish the joint laboratory of Metabolomics was held in Meeting Room 509 of Admin Building. Prof. Oliver Fiehn, Director of West coast Metabolomics, UC Davis/NIH, Ms. Jeannette Martins, Administration Officer of West coast Metabolomics, UC Davis/NIH, Prof. Cheng Haibo, Vice President of NJUCM, Prof. Shi Liyun, Director of Dept. of Science, Technology and Enterprises of NJUCM, Prof. Zhao Xia, Vice Dean of The First School of Clinical Medicine, and Dr. Shan Jinjun attended the ceremony. Prof. Shi Liyun served as the moderator of the signing ceremony.

NJUCM and UC Davis representatives signing the agreement to co-establish the Laboratory of Metabolomics


On behalf of NJUCM, the Vice President Prof. Cheng Haibo delivered a speech. He hoped that building the joint laboratory would be an opportunity for the sustainable and in-depth development between NJUCM and UC Davis through means of applying for inter-governmental and international scientific and technological collaboration projects. He sincerely looked forward to the future visits by Prof. Oliver Fiehn to lecture on NJUCM campus. NJUCM would actively create favorable conditions to jointly promote the high-level and substantial international collaboration to facilitate the modernization and internalization of Traditional Chinese Medicine. In his speech, Prof. Oliver Fiehn said that the establishment of joint laboratory is the strengthening and upgrading of the two sides’ collaboration. In the future, the two sides will make the best of their advantages and work closely for future collaboration. 

Vice President Prof. Cheng Haibo (right) and Prof. Oliver Fiehn (left) unveiling the plate for the joint Laboratory of Metabolomics


After the ceremony, Prof. Oliver Fiehn delivered an academic report entitled “Metabolomics for Precision Medicine: From mouse gene KOs to Alzheimer’s disease” to NJUCM faculty and students in the Academics Room 305 of NJUCM Library. 


 

NJUCM and UC Davis Co-establish Joint Laboratory of Metabolomics

In the morning of November 2, 2018, the signing ceremony between NJUCM and UC Davis to co-establish the joint laboratory of Metabolomics was held in Meeting Room 509 of Admin Building. Prof. Oliver Fiehn, Director of West coast Metabolomics, UC Davis/NIH, Ms. Jeannette Martins, Administration Officer of West coast Metabolomics, UC Davis/NIH, Prof. Cheng Haibo, Vice President of NJUCM, Prof. Shi Liyun, Director of Dept. of Science, Technology and Enterprises of NJUCM, Prof. Zhao Xia, Vice Dean of The First School of Clinical Medicine, and Dr. Shan Jinjun attended the ceremony. Prof. Shi Liyun served as the moderator of the signing ceremony.

NJUCM and UC Davis representatives signing the agreement to co-establish the Laboratory of Metabolomics


On behalf of NJUCM, the Vice President Prof. Cheng Haibo delivered a speech. He hoped that building the joint laboratory would be an opportunity for the sustainable and in-depth development between NJUCM and UC Davis through means of applying for inter-governmental and international scientific and technological collaboration projects. He sincerely looked forward to the future visits by Prof. Oliver Fiehn to lecture on NJUCM campus. NJUCM would actively create favorable conditions to jointly promote the high-level and substantial international collaboration to facilitate the modernization and internalization of Traditional Chinese Medicine. In his speech, Prof. Oliver Fiehn said that the establishment of joint laboratory is the strengthening and upgrading of the two sides’ collaboration. In the future, the two sides will make the best of their advantages and work closely for future collaboration. 

Vice President Prof. Cheng Haibo (right) and Prof. Oliver Fiehn (left) unveiling the plate for the joint Laboratory of Metabolomics


After the ceremony, Prof. Oliver Fiehn delivered an academic report entitled “Metabolomics for Precision Medicine: From mouse gene KOs to Alzheimer’s disease” to NJUCM faculty and students in the Academics Room 305 of NJUCM Library.