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◇ PhD, University of Pittsburgh
◇ Executive Director, Institute of Gastrointestinal Research, Sun Yat-sen University
Professor Li Menghong(Winner of the National High-level Innovation Long-term Project, Sun Yat-Sen University "Hundred Talents-Leading Talents", Executive Director of the Institute of Gastroenterology, Sun Yat-Sen University).
Ph.D. from the University of Pittsburgh, and once engaged in postdoctoral research at the Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in the United States. From 1997 to 2015, he was a tenured full professor in the Department of Molecular and Cellular Oncology, MD Anderson Cancer Center in the United States.
A well-known expert in the field of tumor cytology research. He has been committed to molecular cell oncology research, and has systematically carried out in-depth research in the cell cycle, the mechanism of ubiquitination regulating tumor occurrence and development, the effects of kinases and inhibitors on tumors, and the effects of obesity and diabetes on tumors. In recent years, as a corresponding author, he has published 23 related SCI articles in high-level magazines such as Cancer Cell, JCI, JNCI, Nature Commun, PNAS, etc. It has received US NIH R01, SUSAN G. KOMEN, DOD and other projects with a total of more than 10 million US dollars. He has published 99 SCI-collected papers in Nature, Cell, Cancer cell, PNAS, JNCI and other journals, with a total of more than 9,600 citations. In 2015, he was introduced to Sun Yat-sen University’s Gastrointestinal Research Institute by Sun Yat-sen University’s “Hundred Talents Program-Leading Talents”. At present, a young and promising research team has been formed, and gratifying research results have been obtained in the Sixth Hospital of Zhongshan. In the fields of colorectal cancer ubiquitination molecular markers, intestinal flora and chemotherapy sensitivity, the stomach of Sun Yat-sen University The Bowel Research Institute has published many high-level papers such as Cancer Cell, Molecular Cancer Therapeuti, and Cell Research for the completion unit. Professor Li has served as an assessment committee for more than 180 PhD students, including examination, consultation and supervision committees. Including summer students, more than 250 students have gained research experience from his laboratory. In 2003, Professor Li was awarded the Outstanding Educator Award by the University of Texas Anderson Cancer Center. In 2009, the University of Texas Anderson Cancer Center awarded the John P. McGovern Outstanding Teaching Award. In 2010, he was named the University of Texas Anderson. Distinguished Professor of Mori Cancer Center. In 2013, he was awarded the "American Academy Scholar Award" (2013-2015) by the Education Foundation of the U.S. Government. Professor Li served as a reviewer for more than 27 biomedical/cancer journals, including Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, Cancer Journals of Research, JCI, Oncogene, and Cancer Nature Review. 2016 Sun Yat-sen University Scientific Research Outstanding Contribution Award.