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Prof. Sheng-Cai Lin visited Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics
  English.dicp.cas.cn    Posted:2016-03-23    From:18M0

Invited by Prof. Hai-long Piao, Prof. Sheng-Cai Lin (Dean, School of Life Sciences) from the Xiamen University visited Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics (DICP), Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) on Mar. 18. In the conference hall of division of biotechnology, he gave an excellent lecture about sensing metabolic stresses and reprogramming of metabolic pathways. Scientists from biotechnology department and the relevant research groups attend the lecture.

Prof. Lin firstly summarized the key factors in the metabolic pathways. Based on his own study, he introduced the pathological roles of AXIN/AMPK/LAMTOR1 signal pathway in the metabolic processing. Prof. Lin gave high praise for translational research in view of metabolic disorder diseases and made some predictions about the potential aspects that translational research could get successful in near future.

Prof. Sheng-Cai Lin visited Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics (Photo by Zhichao Wang)

Prof. Lin has been engaged in the functional mechanism of bio-molecules research related to metabolic disorder diseases for decades. He was the former senior scientist, Institute of Molecular and Cell Biology (IMCB), National University of Singapore, Assistant Professor and Associate Professor (with tenure), Department of Biochemistry, Hong Kong University of Science&Technology. He is vice president of the Chinese society of biochemistry and molecular biology.(Text by Hai-long Piao/ Photo by Zhichao Wang)

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