Role of Bone Morphogenetic Proteins in human ovary

Academic Report

Title: Role of Bone Morphogenetic Proteins in human ovary     
Lecturer: Professor Peter C.K. Leung (University of British Columbia, Canada)
Date: January 5, 2018 (Friday) 15:00pm     
Location: 1001 Lecture Hall, Teaching Building of Donghu Campus, Faculty of Medicine

Profile of Peter C.K. Leung:    Lifelong research of University of British Columbia, Canada (UBC), Professor of Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology of School of Medicine, Academician of Royal Canadian College (Academy of Sciences), Academician of Canadian Academy of Health Sciences. Once obtained Scholar and Scientist Achievement Award of Canadian Medical Research Institute, Researcher Award of Children and Women Health Research Institute of British Columbia, Distinguished Scholar of Michael Smith Health Research Fund, Distinguished Scientist Award of Children and Family Research Institute, as well as Killam Research Award of University of British Columbia. Mainly engaged in the studies of female reproductive health and disease of hormone regulation, having published over 380 papers, over 340 abstracts, published 5 works and 20 treatises.
Teachers/researchers and postgraduates are welcomed to attend the lecture.

Medical Experiment Teaching Center

Jiangxi Reproductive Physiology and Pathology Key Laboratory
Scientific Research Office of Faculty of Medicine、
January 3, 2018