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Published date:2014-05-13    Provided by:School of Science
         On Oct 9th, 2013, the Sino-German Alzheimer Bilateral Forum, financed by Sino-German Science Center (National Natural Science Foundation of China and Deutsche Forschungs gemeinschaft) and hosted by University of Charité–Universitätsmedizin Berlinwas and College of Life Science and Bioengineering, School of Science, held in the Conference Center at Beijing Jiaotong University.
 This meeting is the first bilateral conference sponsored by the Sino-German center that focused on the molecular and cellular pathogenesis of Alzheimer. Vice President Liu Jun gave a speech on behalf of the University and Professor He Jinsheng, Vice Dean of College of Life Science and Bioengineering, hosted the opening ceremony.
Professor Wang Jun, Professor Oliver Peters, Professor Wang Jianzhi and Professor Gerhard Multhaup were invited to be chairs of the conference academic committee. More than 40 internationally acclaimed experts from Germany, America and China such as Professor Hong Tao, academician of Chinese Academy of Engineering, Professor Zhao Miaogen, Vice Director of Sino-German Center of National Natural Science Foundation, Dr. Wang Jun, Advisory Professor, and around 300 relevant native researchers attended the conference.
Expert gave respective reports concerning Ab and Oligomer, pathogenic characteristics of Protein tau, Alzheimer’s pathogenesis and development-related Mitochondrion functional disorder and treatment, Chinese familial Alzheimer hereditary features and molecular and cellular pathogenesis of Alzheimer, and triggered wide spread interest and enthusiastic resonance. During the three day meeting, experts and scholars discussed extensively upon topics such as the pathogenesis, diagnosis of Alzheimer, fundamental research, transitional medicine and clinical applications.

  The success of holding this meeting laid a firm foundation for Chinese and German scientists to cooperate in Alzheimer research, accelerated the development of Biology division of the University, and enhanced the influence of Beijing Jiaotong University in the research of Alzheimer.