A Delegation of National University of Ireland, Galway Visiting NJUCM
    
From January 16 to 18, 2019, a delegation from National University of Ireland, Galway (NUIG) led by Prof. Timothy O’Brien, Dean of College of Medicine, and Prof. Shen Sanbing visited Nanjing University of Chinese Medicine (NJUCM). Prof. Hu Gang, President of NJUCM, Prof. Sun Zhiguang, Vice President of NJUCM, School of Medicine and Life Sciences, School of Chinese Medicine, and the Dept. of International Collaboration and Exchanges attended the meeting. 
President Hu Gang expressed warm welcome to the NUIG delegation in his speech. He pointed out that as a university included in the national “Double First-class “construction and in the Jiangsu Provincial “High Level University” construction, NJUCM is looking forward to the joint collaboration in applying for Confucius Institute, faculty and student exchanges, joint training of graduate students, etc. On behalf of NJUCM, Vice President Sun Zhiguang signed the framework agreement of jointly establishing Chinese Medicine and Regenerative Medicine Research Center with Prof. Timothy O’Brien. In the meantime, NJUCM appointed Prof. Timothy O’Brien and Prof. Shen Sanbing as guest professors.
 
Vice President Sun Zhiguang and Prof. Timothy O’Brien signing the framework agreement of jointly establishing Chinese Medicine and Regenerative Medicine Research Center 
 
President Hu Gang awarding the certificates of guest professor to Prof. Timothy O’Brien and Prof. Shen Sanbing

During their visit in NJUCM, Prof. Timothy O’Brien and Prof. Shen Sanbing, together with Prof. Shen Xu, Prof. Zhan Libin, Associate Prof. Lu Ming from Nanjing Medical University, NJUCM specially appointed professors in Jiangsu province including Tang Zongxiang, Zhu Jiapeng, Lin Wei, Shen Xiaopei as well as junior faculty members in the School of Medicine and Life Sciences, jointly participated the Symposium of Chinese Medicine and Regenerative Medicine. Centering around the topic of “Chinese medicine and regenerative medicine”, the participants conducted in-depth discussion in areas of stem cell and regenerative medicine, neurodegenerative diseases, Chinese medicine compound, diabetes research and clinical trials, animal modelling, IPSC modeling of human genetic diseases etc. The principal investigators from NJUCM and NUIG will further match up their research fields and facilitate substantial collaborations. After the symposium, experts from NUIG visited the laboratories in NJUCM. 
 
The Symposium of Chinese Medicine and Regenerative Medicine 


 

A Delegation of National University of Ireland, Galway Visiting NJUCM

From January 16 to 18, 2019, a delegation from National University of Ireland, Galway (NUIG) led by Prof. Timothy O’Brien, Dean of College of Medicine, and Prof. Shen Sanbing visited Nanjing University of Chinese Medicine (NJUCM). Prof. Hu Gang, President of NJUCM, Prof. Sun Zhiguang, Vice President of NJUCM, School of Medicine and Life Sciences, School of Chinese Medicine, and the Dept. of International Collaboration and Exchanges attended the meeting. 
President Hu Gang expressed warm welcome to the NUIG delegation in his speech. He pointed out that as a university included in the national “Double First-class “construction and in the Jiangsu Provincial “High Level University” construction, NJUCM is looking forward to the joint collaboration in applying for Confucius Institute, faculty and student exchanges, joint training of graduate students, etc. On behalf of NJUCM, Vice President Sun Zhiguang signed the framework agreement of jointly establishing Chinese Medicine and Regenerative Medicine Research Center with Prof. Timothy O’Brien. In the meantime, NJUCM appointed Prof. Timothy O’Brien and Prof. Shen Sanbing as guest professors.
 
Vice President Sun Zhiguang and Prof. Timothy O’Brien signing the framework agreement of jointly establishing Chinese Medicine and Regenerative Medicine Research Center 
 
President Hu Gang awarding the certificates of guest professor to Prof. Timothy O’Brien and Prof. Shen Sanbing

During their visit in NJUCM, Prof. Timothy O’Brien and Prof. Shen Sanbing, together with Prof. Shen Xu, Prof. Zhan Libin, Associate Prof. Lu Ming from Nanjing Medical University, NJUCM specially appointed professors in Jiangsu province including Tang Zongxiang, Zhu Jiapeng, Lin Wei, Shen Xiaopei as well as junior faculty members in the School of Medicine and Life Sciences, jointly participated the Symposium of Chinese Medicine and Regenerative Medicine. Centering around the topic of “Chinese medicine and regenerative medicine”, the participants conducted in-depth discussion in areas of stem cell and regenerative medicine, neurodegenerative diseases, Chinese medicine compound, diabetes research and clinical trials, animal modelling, IPSC modeling of human genetic diseases etc. The principal investigators from NJUCM and NUIG will further match up their research fields and facilitate substantial collaborations. After the symposium, experts from NUIG visited the laboratories in NJUCM. 
 
The Symposium of Chinese Medicine and Regenerative Medicine