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Wei Wang
Hunan University of Chinese Medicine
Beijing
Biography
Prof. Wei Wang has completed his PhD from Peking University and postdoctoral studies from National Center for Natural Products Research, University of Mississippi. He is the director of TCM and Ethnomedicine Innovation & Development Laboratory, Hunan University of Chinese. He has published more than 100 papers in peer-reviewed journals and has been serving as editorial board members for 6 international journals.
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Research Interests
Dr. Wang and his group research interests include isolation and structure elucidation of natural products and discovery of bioactive compounds i.e. antifungal, anticancer, antioxidant and anti-inflammatory novel phytochemicals from traditional medicine including TCM, Ayurveda, and other ethnomecines. He did in-depth phytochemistry studies on Casearial sylvestris, Terminalia ajuna and Kadsura heteroclita. Currently, he leads his research group focus on Hunan ethnomedicines as Tujia and Miao traditional medicine. The second research discipline is the quality control study of botanical medicine by using modern chromatography and spectrometry methods. They successfully used an UPLC dual-wavelength fingerprinting mode for the quantitative determination of Liuwei Dihuang preparation, which was a classic and hot TCM product in China. The third is diseases related Metabolomics research. His group aimed to find some biomarkers for early diseases diagnoses and guiding clinical treatments, such as bladder and breast cancers. They also aimed to research the effects of disease treated by botanical medicine, to exhibit the action mechanism of these botanical medicines.
Dr. Wang and his group research interests include isolation and structure elucidation of natural products and discovery of bioactive compounds i.e. antifungal, anticancer, antioxidant and anti-inflammatory novel phytochemicals from traditional medicine including TCM, Ayurveda, and other ethnomecines. He did in-depth phytochemistry studies on Casearial sylvestris, Terminalia ajuna and Kadsura heteroclita. Currently, he leads his research group focus on Hunan ethnomedicines as Tujia and Miao traditional medicine. The second research discipline is the quality control study of botanical medicine by using modern chromatography and spectrometry methods. They successfully used an UPLC dual-wavelength fingerprinting mode for the quantitative determination of Liuwei Dihuang preparation, which was a classic and hot TCM product in China. The third is diseases related Metabolomics research. His group aimed to find some biomarkers for early diseases diagnoses and guiding clinical treatments, such as bladder and breast cancers. They also aimed to research the effects of disease treated by botanical medicine, to exhibit the action mechanism of these botanical medicines.

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