Research | 2018-11-14Back
Our Department and Department of Chemistry co-worked to hold the Biomedical-Chemometrics Frontier Symposium. The Departments of Biomedical Engineering and Chemistry were the co-sponsors of this forward-looking symposium. Academicians from the Chinese Academy of Sciences and the Third World Academy of Sciences were joined by more than 30 experts from China and abroad, in fields such as biomedical engineering, chemical measurement, and analysis. The symposium sought to discuss and promote the development of the interdisciplinary research between these two fields in Shenzhen and China. SUSTech Vice President Lu Chun attended the symposium and Dean of the College of Sciences Yang Xueming was the chairperson.
Lu Chun welcomed everyone to the symposium. He hoped that a variety of academic ideas would collide, resulting in more innovations in scientific research and related applications. Lu Chun also presented Zhang Yukui, Academician of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, with a letter of appointment as an adjunct professor.
The two-day symposium discussed four major topics: bio-mass spectrometry, microfluidic chips, nanotechnology, and biomedicine. Department Head Jiang Xingyu from Biomedical Engineering and Chair Professor Zheng Zhiping from Chemistry were some of the SUSTech faculty members that attended the symposium.
Generation and characterization of induced pluripotent stem cell lines from fibroblasts derived from a patient with compound heterozygous mutations in the USH2A gene