Dr. Glenn Deng

Senior Scientist, Stanford University School of Medicine, USA

Professor of China Three Gorges University School of Medicine


Glenn Deng has completed his Ph.D. from Tokyo University in Marine Science and Technology and Postdoctoral studies at Stanford University. He is a Professor at China Three Gorges University School of Medicine and the Senior Scientist at Stanford University School of Medicine. He has published more than 30 papers in reputed journals. Professor Deng Yaguang, Ph.D. In 1992, he obtained his Ph.D. from the National Ocean University of Tokyo, Japan. From 1993 to 1996 and 1996-1998, he was a postdoctoral fellow in the Department of Pathology at the University of Florida Medical School and the Department of Molecular Biology at Stanford University. He has studied and worked in Japan for 9 years. He has studied and worked in the United States for more than 20 years. He has an in-depth comparison and understanding of Eastern and Western science and technology and corporate structure. He has participated in the Japanese Human Genome Project, Diabetes Genetics, and Prad Willi and Angelman. Disease gene mapping, single-cell gene chip analysis, design and production of automated instruments with independent intellectual property rights, worked in Merck Pharmaceuticals, Aofei Biochip, Leica Biomedical Instruments, and other large international companies, product development, and clinical transformation with rich experience. The main research directions are 1) High-sensitivity biomolecule detection, including single-cell bacteria, single-molecule virus, and biohazard components; 2) design, production, and application of biomedical instruments for individual instruments, bio-detection systems Design, and establishment; 3) Biological single-molecule chip detection system technology and product development oriented to biomedical research and development. He has published 30 research papers, with more than 1,490 citations, 7 reports and monographs, more than 50 reports at home and abroad, 3 patents granted, 12 public patents, 15 scientific research projects, and Hubei. There are hundreds of specialized experts in the province, and many awards such as the Innovation and Entrepreneurship Leadership of the Overseas Chinese Affairs Office.

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