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Pharmacology educator

Zao Dung Ling, Chinese, American pharmacology educator. Achievements include research on regulation of cytokine in immune system, roles of cytokine in central nerve system, neuron transplantation in Parkinson's animal model, trophic factors and D3 dopamine receptor. Grantee Department of Defense, United States Army, 1998. Member Society Neurosci.

Background

Ling, Zao Dung was born on April 2, 1949 in Fuzhou, Fujian, China. Came to the United States, 1985. Son of Langchen Ling and Hui Fang Lin.

Education

Doctor of Medicine, Fujian Medical College, 1983.

Career

Teaching assistant Fujian Medical College, Fuzhon, 1983-1985. Postdoctoral staff University Minnesota, Minneapolis, 1985-1987. Research associate University British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada, 1988-1994, Rush-Presbyterian-St. Luke's Medical Center, Chicago, 1994-1997, assistant professor, since 1997.

Post-doctoral staff Washington University, St. Louis, 1997-1998. Board directors Rush Pharmacology Analysis Service Laboratories, Chicago.

Achievements

  • Achievements include research on regulation of cytokine in immune system, roles of cytokine in central nerve system, neuron transplantation in Parkinson's animal model, trophic factors and D3 dopamine receptor.

Membership

Member Society Neurosci.

Connections

Married Xiao Mi Chen, October 6, 1978 (divorced December 1996). 1 child, Yutian; Married Chongwai Tong, March 21, 1997. 1 child, Michael.

father:
Langchen Ling

mother:
Hui Fang Lin

spouse:
Xiao Mi Chen

spouse:
Chongwai Tong

child:
Yutian Ling

child:
Michael Ling