Songlin Wang serves as a Professor and Chief of the Salivary Gland Disease Center and Beijing Key Laboratory for Tooth Regeneration and Tissue Reconstruction, Capital Medical University School of Stomatology, as a Scientific Director at Beijing Institute of Dental Research, and as a Vice President of Capital Medical University. He joined Capital Medical University School of Stomatology in 1989 after getting D.D.S. degree from Peking University. He worked in Tokyo Medical and Dental University in 1991-1992 as a Visiting Scholar, and worked in National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research of NIH as a Visiting Scientist during 1996–1998. His research experience includes clinical, biological, and gene therapy studies in salivary glands; tooth development and regeneration. He was honored by AADR/IADR 2007 William J. Gies Award for Biological Research and 2007 Cover of the Year Award. He also received National best 100 doctorial theses award in 2006 as supervisor; Two National Science and Technology Advancement Awards of China (second class) as First Principle Investigator in 2003 and 2010. Now, he is the President of Chinese Dental Education Association; President of Chinese Society of Oral Biomedicine; President of Chinese Salivary Gland Society, Chinese Stomatological Association; Editorial Broad Member of Oral Diseases, Triple O, Dental Abstract and Journal of Oral Rehabilitation; Editor-in-Chief for Oral Biomedicine; Associate Editor-in-Chief for Chinese Journal Of Dental Research (in English), Chinese Journal of Stomatology. He has authored more than 156 peer-reviewed articles (66 in English) and 16 review articles (5 in English), 3 edited books, and 8 book chapters. He has 6 national grants to support his research including National Key Basic Research Program of China (973), National High Technology Research Program of China (863), key grant of National Nature Science Foundation of China.
Biography Updated on 28 August 2012