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

  • Science of science
  • The fight for Europe
  • TCM in the Wechat Era
  • China plan to reduce sugar intake
  • Reboot ethics governance in China
  •  ‘Four golden lessons’ to students
  • How to write a great academic CV
  • The countries that drink the most tea
  • Global and Chinese alcohol exposure
  • How to become an effective presenter
  • Nature Index Biomedical Science 2019
  • How TCM is being adopted by the West
  • AI Beats Animal Testing at Finding Toxic Chemicals
  • Being a PhD student shouldn’t be bad for your health
  • Towards eradication of COPD: a Lancet Commission
  • Chinese hospitals set to sell experimental cell therapies
  • Controversy around the safety of injectable TCM products
  • Systematic review on Fu’s subcutaneous needling therapy
  • Top 20 Country Population History & Projection (1810-2100)
  • German researchers promised a decade of budget increases
  • Top 20 Country GDP (PPP) History & Projection (1800-2040)
  • Tracking the popularity and outcomes of all bioRxiv preprints
  • “The Bencao of the World, The World’s Bencao” report series
  • Genetic prediction of Polygonum multiflorum-induced liver injury
  • A Compendium of Mutational Signatures of Environmental Agents
  • Network pharmacology of Yang-tonifying herbs and Astragali Radix
  • Novel drug made in China to benefit patients with Alzheimer’s disease
  • Belt and Road: Sustainability and impacts on global health and science
  • International meeting on good practice in TCM pharmacology held in Shiyan
  • Final reminder! 31 May for late-breakers to the 7th GP-TCM RA Annual Meeting
  • Advances in genomics, transcriptomics, epitranscriptomics and proteogenomics
  • Prof. Tingdong Zhang and Prof. Zhu Chen awarded Yiling Integrative Medicine Award
  • Cheung On Tak International Award for Outstanding Contribution to Chinese Medicine

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Happy reading!

Best wishes,

Qihe Xu, London;

Pierre Duez, Mons; and

Yuan-Shiun Chang, Taichung

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