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ICMRS Scientific Frontier Webinar Series: Dr. Xiaoling Zhang, Shanghai Jiao Tong University School of Medicine

  • 04 Jul 2020
  • 9:00 PM - 10:00 PM (EDT)

ICMRS Scientific Frontier Webinar Series

The new concept of “Aging microenvironment” and musculoskeletal system organ degeneration

Presented by Xiaoling Zhang, Ph.D.

Professor and Director, Stem cells and regeneration medicine Laboratory, Xinhua Hospital,

Shanghai Jiao Tong University School of Medicine

When: July 4, 2020 (Saturday) 9:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

July 4, 2020 (Saturday) 8:00 PM Central Time (US and Canada)

202075日(星期日)北京时间上午9:00 (中国)

July 5, 2020 (Sunday) 9:00 AM Perth (Australia - Western Australia)

July 5, 2020 (Sunday) 11:00 AM Sydney (Australia - New South Wales)

Where: Please click here to view the recorded webinar.

Short Biography: Xiaoling Zhang, Professor and Director, Stem cells and regeneration medicine Laboratory, Xinhua Hospital, Shanghai Jiao Tong University School of Medicine. Dr. Zhang’s research mainly focuses on: 1) Organ degeneration mechanism of musculoskeletal system and prevention strategy; 2) Stem cell and regeneration regulation of bone and joint. Dr. Zhang has got more than 30 important project supports as PI from Ministry of Science and Technology of China and National Natural Science Foundation of China, including science and technology major projects of China, key projects of national natural Science Foundation of China, stem cell pilot project of Chinese Academy of Sciences, etc. She is fellow of ICORS (international combined orthopaedic research society), She has got six talent training programs, including "Outstanding Youth of Chinese Academy of Sciences" and "Outstanding Academic Leaders of Shanghai". She served as chairman of China Development Committee (2019-2021) and chairman of woman Committee (2013-2015) of ICMRS (international Chinese musculoskeletal research Society), Dr. Zhang is the editor-in-chief of Cases in orthopaedic research. Dr. Zhang has authored over 100 scientific papers including some in Ann Rheum DisJ Bone Miner ResBiomaterials. Her papers have been cited more than 3500 times, H-index 36. She has got over 20 academic awards, such as Best Paper Awards for Young Investigator of 29th FIMS World congress of Sport Medicine (2006), Best prize in orthopedics basic research of The 10th International Congress of Chinese Orthopaedic Association (2015).

介:张晓玲,上海交通大学医学院附属新医院研究,博士生导师。研究方向:1)骨骼肌肉系器官退机制及防治策略; 2)干胞及骨关再生控。已作为项负责人承担国家科技重大专项、国家自然基金重点目、中科院干胞先导专项30重要科技任。被评为际联合骨科研究学会会士(ICORS Fellow),入 中国科学院秀青年上海市秀学术带头6省部人才培养划。任国际华人肌骨骼研究学会(ICMRS)中国委会主席(2019-2021)、女委会主席(2013-2015);Cases Ortho Res等学术职务。在Ann Rheum DisJ Bone Miner ResBiomaterials域一流期刊SCI100余篇,文他引3500余次,H-index 36医学学会最秀青年学者、国COA大会骨基研究一等20科技学术奖项

Abstract: Professor Zhang Xiaoling's team found that “imbalance of immune homeostasis”, “senescent cells accumulation” and “stem cells exhaustion” led to organ degeneration, based on the clinical and basic research of aging diseases of musculoskeletal system. So far, there is no effective strategy to prevent organ aging in clinic. The new concept of "aging microenvironment" is of great significance for understanding organ aging. Comprehensive interpretation of the changes of cells composition (stem cells, immune cells, Senescent cells) and gene expression in various types of cells in "aging microenvironment", Screening and identification of the novel cell and molecular targets that lead to imbalance of tissue and organ homeostasis, will be the research direction of aging diseases of musculoskeletal system.


This webinar will be moderated by Dr. Shuying Yang, Associate Professor, University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine.

If you are not able to attend ICMRS webinars, you are welcome to click here for recorded videos from ICMRS Scientific Frontier Webinar Series.

For more information, please contact:

Jean Jiang, PhD

Chair, Education Committee, ICMRS

Professor and Zachry Distinguished University Chair

Department of Biochemistry and Structural Biology

University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio

Email: icmrs@icmrs.net

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