Rong-Rong He

Pharmacy college, Jinan University, China

Rong-Rong He is an Associate Professor and Ph.D. student supervisor in Jinan University, China. In the last 10 years, she insisted on using a variety of stress load models for antistress research and the evaluation of natural products and improving their effects on homeostasis and disease prevention. Right now, several animal models including a stress-induced depression model in rats, a restraint induced immunocompromised in disease susceptible mice model, a stress-induced glucose and lipid metabolism disturbance model, a stress-induced inflammation, and oxidative stress model have been developed. These models have been successfully used to evaluate the pharmacologic and toxicological activities and mechanisms of several natural compounds and traditional Chinese medicines (TCM). These related research projects are supported by dozens of funding sources such as the National Natural Science Foundation. Research results have been published in over 108 papers in international and domestic journals, which include 52 peer-reviewed papers as the first/corresponding author, and she has applied for 5 patents of invention. Dr. He has been awarded the Guangdong Provincial Science and Technology Progress Award (Second Class) and Technological Progress Award from Ministry of Education (Second Class).

Biography Updated on 7 November 2014

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