On November7th, the Fourth Chinese-Belarusian Youth Forum Health Promotion Sub-forum organized by Shulan International Medical College of Zhejiang Shuren University was successfully held in Hangzhou in the way of combining online and offline meetings. Focusing on the theme of“Life First, Health Promotion”, both domestic and overseas experts and scholars of hygiene and healthwereinvited toshare the latest and cutting-edge research results in the fields of foundation medicine, translational medicine, clinical medicine and public hygiene.
Zheng Shusen, the Academician and the Dean of Shulan International Medical College,paid high attention tothissub-forum, andshared the report on“Liver Transplantation: Past, Present and Future”with all experts and scholars via video links in the midst of pressing affairs. Prof.Baomei Zhaoand Pamela Schulze from the School of Social Work and Family Sciences of the College of Health and Human Sciences, the University of Akronin the U.S.,and Daniil Lappo,Doctoral Studentand Yuliya Prosmytskaya, Undergraduate Student from Belarus attended this sub-forum through online meetings. The attendees also included the leaders and key members of scientific research from Zhejiang University, Huzhou University,Zhejiang Police Vocational Academy and Shulan International Medical College. And this sub-forum was presided over by Prof. Zhao Qiong, Deputy Dean of Shulan International Medical College.
In the sub-forum, 10 experts and scholars from China, the United States and Belarus respectively made excellent keynote speeches, in which, the“Time, Money and Health Education Model”shared by Prof. Baomei Zhao and Pamela Schulze from the School of Social Work and Family Sciences of the College of Health and Human Sciences, the University of Akroninthe United States,“Interaction of Thrombin with Polysaccharides Modeling by Molecular Docking Method”by Daniil Lappo,Doctoral Studentof Belarusian State University, and“Biodegradable Polysaccharides Composite Barrier Films for Surgical Adhesion Prevention”by Yuliya Prosmytskaya, Junior student of Belarusian State University,“Contain Antimicrobial Resistance in China and the One Belt One Road Countries from Social and Behavioral Perspectives”by Wang Xiaomin, Post-doctor of the School of Medicine of Zhejiang University,
“Anlotinib Plus Osimertinib Overcomes Acquired Resistance to Osimertinib via FGFR and EGFR Signaling in Non-small Cell Lung Cancer” by Zhu Chenyu, Resident Doctor of Shulan (Hangzhou) Hospital,“Search for Biomarkers for Diagnosis, Treatment and Prognosis of Small Cell Lung Cancer” by Zhang Xinling, Lecturer of Shulan International Medical College,“ELTD1 Promotes Invasion and Metastasis by Activating MMP2 in Colorectal Cancer”by Sun Jiawei,Lecturer of Shulan International Medical College, and“Protein Moonlighting Suggests that NrtR is an Evolutionary Remnant Regulator of NAD + Homeostasis in the Zoonotic Pathogen Streptococcus Suis” by Wang Qingjing, Associate Professor of Shulan International Medical College,“Process Optimization for the Rapid Production of Adenoviral Vectors for Clinical Trials in a Disposable Bioreactor System”by Chen Keda, Associate Professor of Shulan International Medical College, and “Integrative Network Analysis Revealed Genetic Impact of Pyruvate Kinase L/R on Liver Disease” by Liu Zhengtao, Associate Professor of Shulan International Medical College; all of these were wonderful academic reports.
With the joint efforts of the leaders, experts and teachers and students of peer colleges and universities,all the agendas of the Fourth Chinese-Belarusian Youth Forum Health Promotion Sub-forumhave beensuccessfully completed. Through the communication atthis forum, experts and scholars expressed their than ksto Shuren University for providing valuable opportunities to share their research results and to communicate with and learn from each other. Teachers and student sattending online and offline meetings also said they benefited a lot. This forum ended witha complete success,which was also a highly effective conference that promoted exchanges.