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Lectures by Overseas Returnees to be Held in College of Wildlife Resources (the 12th Jiangzhang Forum)
Release time: 2017-12-11    Times viewed: 109

1. Topic: Education on Students of Wildlife Ecosystem at University of Wisconsin

Lecturer: Associate Professor Liu Bingwan

Time: 2p.m.-3p.m., December 15, 2017

Venue: Room 333, Wildlife Resources Building

About the Lecturer

Doctor Liu Bingwan, as an associate professor and master supervisor, mainly engaged in wildlife ecology and animal behavior research. Since 2003, he has been doing research on the construction of the geographic information system and the management of protected areas, as well as a series of studies of Mongolian gazelle in Dalai Lake area. He has presided over the National Natural Science Foundation projects and other projects. In 2007 he began to study the relationship between the belief in Dalai Lake area and the conservation of biodiversity, and presided over the projects of "Young Scientists" of UNESCO. In 2009 he began to pay attention to the dangers of wild boar and its prevention and control and presided over the Innovation Talent Project of Harbin Science and Technology Bureau. Till now, he has published more than 50 papers and participated in the preparation of 5 monographs. He has visited the University of Wisconsin for one year from May 2015 to May 2016.

2. Topic: My Visiting Experience in MSU—on Laboratory Biosafety

Lecturer: Professor Zeng Xiangwei

Time: 3p.m.-4p.m., December 15, 2017

Venue: Room 333, Wildlife Resources Building

About the Lecturer

Doctor Zeng Xiangwei is a professor and master supervisor. He studied at School of Veterinary Medicine of Northeast Agricultural University from 2000-2006, and received master's and doctor's degree there. From 2006 to 2008, he was engaged in the research of wildlife conservation medicine at the Postdoctoral Workstation of Northeast Forestry University. He studied on host innate immune antiviral infection as a visiting scholar at Michigan State University from March 2016 to March 2017. He has been teaching and researching wildlife medicine in the Department of Physiology of Wildlife Resources College of Northeast Forestry University from 2003. His main research fields are wildlife conversation medicine, molecular virology and molecular immunology, and biosafety disposal and comprehensive utilization techniques of animal manure and bodies. He has presided over 9 provincial and ministerial research projects, 2 fundamental research funds for the central universities, 1 open project of State Key Laboratory of Veterinary Biotechnology, and 8 major national and provincial scientific research projects as key technical personnel. He has published more than 30 academic papers, of which 11 were included in the SCI and published in Veterinary Microbiology, Journal of Virology, Archives of virology, Plos one, Virus and other international mainstream journals. He has won 1 second prize of Science and Technology Progress Award in Heilongjiang province (rank 7), 1 second prize of Natural Science and Technology Achievement in Harbin (rank 2) and 2 national utility patents (rank 1). In addition, He is a member of Animal Diseases Branch of China Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Society, a review expert of Hebei Provincial Natural Science Foundation, a communication expert on dissertation of Degree and Postgraduate Education Development Center of Ministry of Education, and an expert on papers evaluation of Journal of Southwest Forestry University.

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