On April 23,Dr. Cheng Zhen, expert on tumor molecule detection from Stanford University visted our college, and delivered an academic report on "the application of nano-technology in medicine" in the auditorium. Yang Liming, Dean of the Medical Science School hosted the meeting, the medical science related major teachers and students participated. Dr. Yang explained the latest research results of the molecular cancer detection technology. After the speech, Dr. Cheng also exchange and share opinion with students and teachers.
Dr. Yang Zhen, assistant professor of medicine science at Stanford University, a well-known images of cancer detection expert got a doctor's degree of organic chemistry in Sichuan University in 1994, a master's degree of isotope engineering in China Atomic Science Academy in 1997, Doctor's degree of chemical science in Missouri - Columbia University in 2001.