The GP-TCM RA Newsletter April 2019 can be downloaded here: Apr 2019 GP-TCM RA Newsletter

Dear GP-TCM RA Members and Friends,

Greetings from London, Mons and Taichung!

Highlights of the GP-TCM RA Newsletter April 2019:

  • China’s research renaissance
  • How to read a paper efficiently?
  • Consuming personal genomics
  • “Impact factor” vs “disruptive factor”
  • Meeting reports and future meetings
  • The 3rd Taiwan Herbal Pharmacopeia
  • A Decade of GP-TCM and GP-TCM RA
  • 11 ways to avert a data-storage disaster
  • Multicenter RCT on TCM drug Tongxinluo
  • Invitation from WJTCM and other journals
  • Methods to study RNA–protein interactions
  • Rein in the four horsemen of irreproducibility
  • A tiered health-care delivery system for China
  • Ten simple rules towards healthier research lab
  • EU and China to Develop a Joint R&I Roadmap
  • Time to talk about ditching statistical significance
  • China’s growth is set to perk up after a decade low
  • UK can take giant strides on China’s ‘new silk road’
  • Hazardous Chemical Emergencies and Poisonings
  • What did the rises and falls of TCM in the UK tell us?
  • Reports from GP-TCM RA BoD and Board Members
  • Dose-effect, herbal-drug interactions and TCM safety
  • How US–China political tensions are affecting science
  • Assessing researchers with a focus on research integrity
  • Omics approaches to modernization of Chinese medicine
  • Health effects of dietary risks in 195 countries, 1990–2017
  • The doctors’ predicament: China’s health-care growing pains
  • New TCM research centres founded in Beijing and Shanghai
  • Strategy for Globalization of Korean Medicine Anti-Cancer Drugs
  • WJTCM chooses the Chinese Medicine Culture Tree as cover image
  • The 8th GP-TCM RA Annual Meeting will be held in Lithuania in 2020
  • China may soon run its first annual current-account deficit in decades
  • Annals of Translational Medicine special issue on evidence-based TCM
  • New genomic blueprint of and new insights into the human gut microbiota
  • Chinese Medicine and Culture – A recommended new English journal
  • Your editor’s response to UK call for evidence for international collaboration
  • Final reminder: The 7th GP-TCM RA Annual Meeting abstract and registration
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Best wishes,

Qihe Xu, London; Pierre Duez, Mons; and Yuan-Shiun Chang, Taichung.

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