Professor Zhou, Zhongjun 周中軍
Zhongjun Zhou is currently a professor at the department of Biochemistry, The University of Hong Kong. He graduated from Xiamen University with a BSc in Biochemistry. He obtained Master of Science in Biochemistry and PhD in Pathophysiology from Peking Union Medical College. He also obtained a PhD degree in Medical Biochemistry from Karolinska Institute, Sweden. After postdoctoral training in in Karolinska Institute, he joined the department as a Research Assistant Professor in 2002 and became Associate Professor in 2005. He has published more than 40 original papers, reviews and book chapter. He is the co-founding Chair of Asian Association of Aging Research.
|Awardees||Award Date||Honours / Awards / Prizes||Category|
|2006-12-01||Basic Research on ageing (973 project): Ministry of Science and technology of China, China||Research Achievement|
|2006-09-01||Faculty Outstanding Research Output Award 2006: “Genomic instability in laminopathy-based premature aging. Nature Medicine 2006”||Research Achievement|
|2015-03-01||University Outstanding Research Award 2013/14: The University of Hong Kong||Research Achievement|
|2006-08-01||Stem Cell therapy of laminopathy-based premature ageing: Progeria Research Foundation, USA||Research Achievement|
|2010-01-01||State Science and Technology Progress Award (2nd Class): State Council, 国家科技进步二等奖, 国务院||Research Achievement|
|2006-01-01||Distinguished Oversea Young Scientist Award: National Natural Science Foundation of China||Research Achievement|
|2014-12-01||Croucher Senior Research Fellow 2015: Croucher Foundation||Research Achievement|
|2000-06-01||Young Investigator Award, 2000: International Society of Proteolysis||Research Achievement|
|Term Period||Position||Professional Societies|
|01/2007-12/2012||regular member||International Society of Matrix Biology|
|12/2005-12/2012||regular member||American Society of Cell Biology|
|05/2011-||Co-Founding Chairman and Secretary General||Asian Society of Aging Research|
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