Dr. Guangjing Zhu

Dr. Guangjing Zhu
Department of Urology, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
 
Biography
Department of Urology, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine Mentor: Dr. Robert W. Veltri Project: New cancer markers of prostate cancer and prognosis 2011.1.3---2013.9.26 Department of Environmental Health Sciences, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Mentor: Dr. Zhibin Wang Project: Epigenetic mechanism in the regulation of gene expression 2008.12.16---2011.1.3 Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine Mentor: Dr. Timothy Moran Project: Role of dorsomedial hypothalamus CCK1R in glucose metabolism and obesity of OLETF rats 2008. 12. 15---2009.8.16 Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine Mentor: Dr. Wanli Smith Project: Obese mechanism of synphilin-1 transgenic mice 2006.9.1---2008.12.15 Department of Physiology and Pathophysiology, Xi’an Jiaotong University School of Medicine Mentor: Dr. Jianqun Yan Project: Tastation and obesity
 
Research Interest
Part-time mentor of Pharmacology, Pharmaceutical, Preventive medicine freshmen in Xi’an Jiaotong University School of Medicine 2012-9-1~2013-8-31 Visiting Scholar: Cheng An, MSc, BM. Guang’an Men Hospital, China Academy of Chinese medical sciences, Beijing, China Project: DOT1L tagging for ChIP-Seq study 2014-1-13~2014-5-23 Student: Aniq ur rehman Gajdhar (final year medical student at Sri Aurobindo Institute of Medical Sciences [SAIMS], Indore, India) Project: Morphometry of Prostate Cancer with Feulgen and HE staining Note: one poster of this project was shown in 72nd MAAUA annual meeting and the abstract was published in The Canadian Journal of Urology (see below) 2014-6-1~2014-7-31 SURE program training of Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions, US Student: Neil Carleton (freshman at Carnegie Mellon University Major in biomedical and chemical engineering), US Project: Role of PBOV1 in Prostate Cancer Note: one poster of this project was shown (see below)
 

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