The GP-TCM RA Newsletter Jan 2018 The Year of the Dog Chinese New Year Special Edition can be downloaded here: GP-TCM RA Newsletter-Jan 2018

Dear GP-TCM RA Members and Friends,

Greetings from London, Mons and Taichung!

Highlights of the attached Jan. 2018 & CNY Special Edition of the GP-TCM RA Newsletter include:

  • TCM music therapy
  • Top-10 World News on TCM 2017
  • Q-markers for TCM quality standards
  • Latest updates on Horizon 2020 & IMI
  • TCM Centre launched at Oxford University
  • The Chinese Way: Biotech booms in China
  • Experimenter gender and replicability in science
  • A comprehensive map of molecular drug targets
  • China’s new call for proposals on modernisation of TCM
  • Method of the Year 2017 & Technology to watch in 2018
  • Progress on catastrophic health spending in 133 countries
  • China declared world’s largest producer of scientific articles
  • China launches world’s largest human genome research project
  • Single-Cell Genomics, 3D Genome and Spatial Transcriptomics
  • Protein-Based Inheritance: Epigenetics beyond the Chromosome
  • Core values and scientific nature of TCM and modern innovation
  • To build a China-UK Science & Technology Innovation Community

We particularly wish to highlight:

  • Two fabulous editorials by Professors Olavi Pelkonen and Thomas Efferth; and
  • The second announcement of the 6th GP-TCM RA Annual Meeting.

Last, but certainly not the least, the GP-TCM RA and our Newsletter Editorial Board wish you all

A Happy Chinese New Year;

A Prosperous Year of the Dog 2018!

To recommend anyone as a recipient of our monthly newsletters? Please e-mail [email protected]

Best wishes,

Sincerely your editors,

Qihe Xu, London

Pierre Duez, Mons and

Yuan-Shiun, Taichung

Qihe Xu, MD, PhD

Newsletter Editor-in-chief and Board Member, The GP-TCM Research Association

Co-Director, King’s Centre for Integrative Chinese Medicine

Principal Investigator & Senior Lecturer in Renal Medicine

Admissions Tutor & Organiser of MSc/MRes Projects

Department of Pharmacology & Therapeutics

School of Immunology and Microbial Science

King’s College London

The Rayne Institute

123 Coldharbour Lane

London SE5 9NU

E-mail: [email protected]

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