Bilateral Research Symposium

China Pharmaceutical University and University of Minnesota College of Pharmacy

Bilateral Research Symposium

This conference provides broad overviews of the University of Minnesota College of Pharmacy and China Pharmaceutical University research. Topics include cardiovascular disease, drug metabolism, chronic pain, solid state pharmaceutics, drug delivery and traditional medicine. The goal of the conference is to provide a platform for interdisciplinary exchange between our two colleges and an opportunity for future collaboration. All are welcome at this free event, but are asked to register.


8:00-8:30 Light Breakfast & Check In
8:30-9:00 Dean Welage: Welcome & Introductions
9:00-9:35 Dr. Amanda KleinAmanda Klein, UMN, "Potassium channel signaling in chronic pain and opioid signaling"
9:40-10:15 zhengyu Zhengyu Cao, CPU, "Molecular Mechanism of Trpv3 Regulating Psoriatic Lesions -- The Potential of Trpv3 Inhibitor as Therapeutic Agent of Psoriasis"
10:15-10:30 BREAK

Dr. Nam Chul KimNam Chul Kim, UMN, "CHCHD2 & CHCHD10: a missing link between ALS-FTD and Parkinson's Disease"


Dr. Haiping HaoHaiping Hao, CPU, "FXR/bile acids axis regulation in gastrointestinal diseases"

11:45-1:15 LUNCH

Dr. Beshay ZordokyBeshay Zordoky, UMN, "The anticancer and cardioprotective effects of resveratrol"


Dr. Ting CaiTing Cai, CPU, "Crystallization behavior and physical stability of amorphous pharmaceutical solids"

2:35-2:50 BREAK
2:50-3:25 Dr. Hongbo PangHongbo Pang, UMN, "Peptide Targeting for novel biology and therapies"
3:30-4:05 Ming DingDing Ming, CPU, "Overcoming Rapamycin Resistance for the Treatment of Cancer"
4:10-4:45 Dr. Todd DoranTodd Doran, UMN, "Biometic chemical tools for neurodegenerative disease drug discovery"
4:45-5:00 Final Discussions & Closing Remarks
2019 Bilateral Research Symposium Minnapolis MN


Wednesday, July 24th, 2019
8:00am to 5:00pm


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