The GP-TCM RA Newsletter October 2018 can be downloaded here: GP-TCM RA Newsletter Oct 2018

Dear GP-TCM RA Members and Friends,

Greetings from London, Mons and Taichung!

Highlights of the GP-TCM RA Newsletter October 2018 are:


  • Integrating multiple omics
  • Yang Qiand Zheng Qiin TCM
  • China’s fight against soil pollution
  • Meeting reports and future events
  • Nature Index 2018: Challenger states
  • Toward a 3D genome in high resolution
    • Single-cell genomics and transcriptomics
    • Clinical Practice Guidelines: What’s Next?
    • China narrows U.S. lead in R&D spending
    • Roles of Plant-Associated Microbiota in TCM
    • Brexit is already damaging European science
    • Roles for thermosensitive ion channels in TCM
    • Ambitious Plans for Genomic Medicine in the UK
    • The 60thAnniversary of Mao’s instruction on TCM
    • Westlake University launched on 20 October 2018
    • Profiling the dress codes of RNA-binding proteins
    • It’s not simply one Aspirin a day keeps doctors away
    • A Legacy of Li Lianda: On Ten Grand Issues of TCM
    • Encyclopedia of Medicinal Plants 2ndEditionpublished
    • The opium poppy genome and morphinan production
    • China awaits controversial blacklist of ‘poor quality’ journals
    • Why Chinese medicine is heading for clinics around the world
    • Collaboration between academics and industry in clinical trials
    • Chi-Med scores key approval for ‘discovered in China’ cancer drug
    • Corporate Member Special Feature: China Medical University, Taiwan
    • Forecasting life expectancy and years of life lost in 195 countries and territories

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Happy reading!

Best wishes,

Qihe Xu, London;

Pierre Duez, Mons; and

Yuan-Shiun Chang, Taichung.

Qihe Xu, Newsletter Editor-in-chief and Board Member

The GP-TCM Research Association

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