Faculty Profile
 
  LIAN Zhexiong
     
Department: School of Life Science
Mailing Address:
School of Life Science, University of Science and Technology of China, 443 Huangshan Rd, Hefei, Anhui, PR China
Postal Code:
230027
Phone:
+86-551-6360-0317
Fax:
0551-551-6360-0317
Homepage:
http://lianlab.ustc.edu.cn/wordpress/?page_id=2
 
       

Research Profile

Lian Zhexiong, professor and Ph.D. supervisor at School of Life Sciences, USTC.
He was selected as the Distinguished Professor in the “Changjiang Scholar Program” by Ministry of Education in 2009
Since 2009, he has been selected CAS Hundred Talents Program, Institute of Immunology and Liver Immune Research Office, School of Life Science of University of Science and Technology of China;
2007-2009, Associate Professor, Department of Internal Medicine & Clinical Immunology Department, School of Medicine, University of California, Davis;
2003-2007, Senior Researcher, Department of Internal Medicine & Clinical Immunology Department, School of Medicine, University of California, Davis;
2000-2003, Postdoctoral Researcher, Department of Internal Medicine & Clinical Immunology Department, School of Medicine, University of California, Davis;
1998-2000, Researcher at Pediatrics Department & Clinical Immunology Department, North Shore University Hospital of New York University;
1994-1998, Ph.D Candidate at the No.1 Pathology Teaching & Research Section, Kansai Medical University;
1992-1994, Researcher at the No.1 Pathology Teaching & Research Section, Kansai Medical University;
1989-1992, Research Intern at Changchun Institute of Biological Products;
http://ioi.ustc.edu.cn/en/faculty/201007/t20100707_24301.html
 
     
Selected Publications
1) B cells suppress the inflammatory response in a mouse model of primary biliary cirrhosis. (SCI) , Gastroenterology , 2009 ,
2) FoxP3 deficiency mice develop antimitochondrial antibodies and autoimmune cholangitis. (SCI) , Hepatology , 2009 ,
3) Differential mechanisms for the pathogenesis of Autoimmune cholangitis versus IBD in IL-2R-/- mice. (SCI) , Hepatology , 2009 ,
4) CD4+CD25+ regulatory T cells ameliorate liver injury via a TGF-β-dependent mechanism in Concanavalin A-induced hepatitis model. (SCI) , J. Immunol. , 2008 ,
5) Adoptive transfer of CD8 T cells from dnTGFbetaRII mice induces autoimmune cholangitis into Rag1-/- mice. (SCI) , Hepatology , 2008 ,
6) NKT cells exacerbate liver injury in a TGF-beta receptor II dominant-negative mouse model of primary biliary cirrhosis. (SCI) , Hepatology , 2008 ,
7) The current immune function of hepatic dendritic cell. (SCI) , Cellular & Molecular Immunology , 2007 ,
 
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