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Shu Hongbing
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Shu Hongbing, born in January 1967, Rongchang, Chongqing, is a Chinese cytologist and immunologist. Shu is mainly known for his work on cell signal transduction related to immunity.

Shu obtained his bachelor's degree from the Department of Biology, Lanzhou University (1987), master's degree from Cytobiology Laboratory, Institute of Basic Medical Sciences, Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences (1990). In 1990 Shu went to the United States and worked as a research assistant at the University of Michigan Medical Center. In 1992 he became a postgraduate student at Emory University, where he earned his Ph.D. in Cell and Developmental Biology within 3 years. Then he received his postdoctoral training in Tularik Company in USA after graduation (1995-1997). He once served as Assistant Professor (1998-2003) and Associate Professor (2003-2005) in joint Department of Immunology of National Jewish Medical and Research Center (USA) and University of Colorado.

He received Fund for Distinguished Young Scholars and was appointed as a Distinguished Professor in Chang Jiang Scholars Program in School of Life Sciences, Peking University in 1999. At the end of 2004, he worked as a dean at School of Life Sciences, Wuhan University. He became a member of Chinese Academy of Sciences in 2011 and TWAS (The World Academy of Sciences) in 2012. In 2013, he was appointed as vice-president of Wuhan University and leading figure for national science technology innovation. In 2015, Dr. Shu was given a Mid-Career Mentoring in Science Award by the well-known journal Nature. He is now the Vice Chairman of Chinese Society for Cell Biology and editorial board member for several international journals. He is also a member of 12th National Committee of CPPCC (Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference).

Shu is a scholar with remarkable academic achievements, who has published 120 papers that are widely quoted in international journals. He has won following awards: Dolph Adams Award of American Society for White Blood Cell Biology (2004), First Prize of Natural Sciences under the Ministry of Education (2005 & 2014), First Outstanding Achievement Award of Chinese Society for Cell Biology (2009), Second Prize of National Nature Sciences (2010 & 2015) and Distinguished Instructor Award by Nature (2015).

He studied in 33rd Young and Middle-aged Cadre Training Program of National Academy of Education and Administration from March to May, 2010 and 15th Young and Middle-aged Cadre Training Program of Party School of the Central Committee of CPC from March, 2015 to January 2016.


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