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INTRODUCTION

CAS Centre for Excellence in Molecular Cell Science (Shanghai Institute of Biochemistry and Cell Biology) has launched the WANG YINGLAI LECTURE in 2011, in honor of WANG Yinglai, the founding director of the former Shanghai Institute of Biochemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences. Professor Wang is a founder of modern biochemistry in China. He organized and led the projects of the total syntheses of bovine insulin and yeast tRNA.

The WANG YINGLAI LECTURE is presented by the world-renowned researcher in the field of biology and is held every year. The lecturers are recommended by the faculty of SIBCB and awarded the WANG YINGLAI LECTURE medal.

WANG YINGLAI LECTURERS

  • V. Narry Kim

    Biochemist, Seoul National University
    MicroRNAs, RNA modifications and beyond

    Xiaoliang Xie

    Biophysical Chemist, Peking University
    Life at the Single-Molecule Level

    Junying Yuan

    Harvard Medical School
    The role and mechanism of RIPK1 in age-dependent neurodegenerative diseases

  • Richard Henderson

    Cambridge University
    Electron cryomicroscopy: theory, practice, and prospects

    Mark Davis

    Howard Hughes Medical Institute, Stanford University School of Medicine
    Tools for T cells: Progress in understanding T cell responses in Autoimmunity, Cancer and Infectious diseases

    Timothy A. Springer

    Harvard Medical School
    A novel milieu molecule for TGF-β required for microglia function?

  • Nicholas Proudfoot

    University of Oxford
    Defining transcription units across the mammalian genome

    Eric Westhof

    Institut de Biologie Moléculaire et Cellulaire
    The Third Genetic Code

  • Zhijian "James" Chen

    Howard Hughes Medical Institute
    Immune responses to DNA in Health and Disease

    Lynne Elizabeth Maquat

    University of Rochester
    Nonsense-mediated mRNA decay and human disease: Genome guardian and executor

  • J?rg Vogel

    University of Würzburg, Germany
    A RNA perspective on bacterial pathogens and their eukaryotic hosts

    Ivan Dikic

    Institute of Biochemistry II and BMLS, Goethe University School of Medicine, Frankfurt, Germany
    Ubiquitin and Autophagy networks in Health and Disease

  • Johannes Carolus Clevers

    Hubrecht Institute
    Lgr5 Stem Cells in self-renewal and cancer

  • Michael Rosbash

    HHMI-Department of Biology, Brandeis University
    Transcriptional Regulatory Mechanisms in Animal Cells

    Robert G. Roeder

    The Rockefeller University
    Circadian Rhythms from Flies to Humans

  • Joachim Frank

    Columbia University
    The Ribosome as a Brownian Machine

    Don W. Cleveland

    University of California San Diego
    Guarding the Genome: Centromeres, Aneupoidy and Tumorigenesis

  • Dieter Söll

    Yale University
    The Continued Evolution of the Genetic Code

    Elaine Fuchs

    The Rockefeller University
    The Continued Evolution of the Genetic Code

    Gary Felsenfeld

    Chief of the Section of Physical Chemistry at NIDDK, NIH, USA
    Chromatin Boundaries, Insulators, and Long Range Interactions in the Nucleus