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Jianhong Zhu

Jianhong Zhu, Chinese neurosurgeon, researcher. Recipienet Young Neurosurgeon award World Federation of Neurosurg. Societies, Award to Young and Middle-age Neurosurgeons China Association of Neurosurgery, 1990; research scholar Alexander von Humboldt-Stiftung, 1992. Member New York Academy of Sciences, International Liposome Society.


  • Zhu, Jianhong was born on November 12, 1955 in Nanjing, China. Son of Shaoxiang and Qun (Ju) Zhu.

  • Education

    • Bachelor, Nantong Medical College, 1982. Master, Nanjing Medical University, 1987. Doctor of Medicine, Suzhou Medical College, 1989.

      Doctor of Philosophy, Berlin-Humboldt University, 1997.


    • Neurosurg. resident Nantong Medical College Hospital, China, 1982-1985, chief resident China, 1986-1987. Associate professor neurosurgery Nanjing Medical University Hospital, 1989-1991. Research scientist Japan Medical School, Tokyo, 1991-1992.

      Visiting professor Free University, Benjamin Franklin Medical Center, Berlin, 1992-1994. Research fellow Max-Delbrück-Center, since 1994. Vice consultant neurosurgery Nanjing Medical University Hospital, 1989-1991.


    • Author: (with Gregoriadis and McCormack) Strategies for Oligonucleotide and Gene Delivery in Therapy, 1996. Contributor articles to professional journals. Inventor monoclonal antibody-adriamycin conjugates for brain tumor therapy (World Federation of Neurosurg.

      Societies award 1989), continuous gene delivery system.


    Member New York Academy of Sciences, International Liposome Society.



    Swimming, basketball.


    • Married Li Zhang, May 6, 1984. 1 child, Susanne Qian.
    • father: Shaoxiang Zhu
    • mother: Qun (Ju) Zhu
    • spouse: Li Zhang
    • child: Susanne Qian Zhu
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    Born November 12, 1955
    (age 61)
    • 1982
      Nantong Medical College
    • 1987
      Nanjing Medical University
    • 1989
      Suzhou Medical College
    • 1997
      Berlin-Humboldt University
    • 1982 - 1985
      Neurosurg. resident, Nantong Medical College Hospital
    • 1989 - 1991
      associate, professor neurosurgery Nanjing Medical University Hospital
    • 1991 - 1992
      research scientist, Japan Medical School
      Tokyo, Japan
    • 1992 - 1994
      visiting professor, Free University
      Berlin, Germany, Germany
    • 1994
      research fellow, Max-Delbr+-ck-Center
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