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

• DNA microscopy

• Chinese scientists and security

• Immigration is a kind of oxygen

• Chinese Medicine in Hong Kong

• How to write a world-class paper

• Hostile climate on US campuses

• Invitations from Meetings and Journals

• N-of-1 Trials Take on Challenges in Health Care

• Call for collaboration on botanical nephrotoxicity

• The Translational Landscape of the Human Heart

• Systems pharmacology for TCM mechanistic studies

• RNA editing capabilities expanded with new CRISPR platform

• Protein interaction networks revealed by proteome coevolution

• N Engl J Med Publishes New Guidelines for Statistical Reporting

• China’s growth is the slowest in nearly three decades: get used to it

• To find to the traces of Zhang Zhongjing, the Medical Sage of China

• Update on International Cooperation in the Final Year of Horizon 2020

• Genetic Variation, Comparative Genomics, and the Diagnosis of Disease

• The Wakley–Wu Lien Teh Prize Essay 2019: telling the stories of Chinese doctors

• One Message, Many Translations: Heterogeneity Revealed with Multicolor Imaging

• World TCM Frontiers Forum and WJTCM Editorial Board Meeting held in Shenzhen

• The highlights in July – Face-to-face BoD meeting, 7th Annual Meeting and AGM

• Regulating Qi & Tranquilizing the Mind— Essential Principle of Acupuncture Treatment

• Outstanding Contribution in TCM Analysis & Quality Standards Award of Prof. Rudi Bauer

• Hong Kong’s 500-million HK dollar Chinese Medicine Fund and Chinese Medicine Hospital

• Multi-Color Single-Molecule Imaging Uncovers Extensive Heterogeneity in mRNA Decoding

• Prof. Zhongzhen Zhao’s Traditional Medicine Exploration in the Netherlands, Italy and Korea

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Best wishes,

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

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