The Centre for Metabolic Medicine currently consists of three senior professors, three clinical specialists and two young researchers, will provide ongoing high-level clinical translation and cutting-edge multidisciplinary collaboration.
A distinguished Professor at Zhejiang University, Vice President of the Membrane Biology Branch of the Chinese Biophysical Society, Vice President of the Cell Organelle Branch of the Chinese Society of Cell Biology, and a recipient of the "Special Allowance of the State Council". He has been in charge of major projects and key projects of the National Natural Science Foundation of China and the National Key Research and Development Program of China.
His research interests include energy metabolism and autophagy and has published 60 research and review articles in Nature, Nat Struct Mol Biol, Mol Cell, J Cell Biol, Autophagy, etc. with over 5000 citations; Associate Editor of Autophagy, Editorial Board of Journal of Molecular Cell Biology.
Director of the DNRF Center for Chromosome Stability, Theme Leader in the A distinguished Professor of Zhejiang University, a member of the Council of the Cellular Organelle Branch of the Chinese Society of Cell Biology and a member of the Council of the Chinese Biophysical Society. He is in charge of the major projects of the National Natural Science Foundation of China, the National Key Research and Development Program and the Major Research and Development Program for Protein Machines of the Ministry of Science and Technology.
His research interests include core relationship between organelle destabilisation and metabolic disease and has published several high quality papers in international journals such as Science, Mol Cell, Autophagy, PNAS, etc.
Distinguished Professor and PhD supervisor at Zhejiang University, Changjiang Scholar of the Ministry of Education, Distinguished Foreign Expert of Zhejiang Province, member of the Board of Directors of the Cell Biology Society of China, and member of the Board of Directors of the Biophysical Society of China.
His Research interests include lipid metabolism immunity. His team has been elucidated the channel structure of a major member of the scavenger receptor-CD36 superfamily for the first time, which shows the mechanism of innate immune disease。And revealing the synergy between LIMP-2 and NPC proteins, providing a potential therapeutic strategy for lysosomal storage disorders. The discovery of palmitoylation modifications of intracellular members of the NOD-like receptor family provides a new diagnostic marker for hereditary enteritis and addresses drug resistance in inflammatory bowel disease and has published high quality papers in international journals such as Nature, Science, Nucleic Acids Research, EMBO, etc.
Chief Physician of Department of Gastroenterology and member of the Gastrointestinal Tumor Collaborative Group of the Gastroenterology Branch of the Chinese Medical Association. She has been working in the clinical field for more than 20 years, specializing in the diagnosis and treatment of common gastroenterology diseases and various difficult and complicated diseases.
Doctor of Medicine, Doctoral Supervisor, Chief Physician of Department of Cardiovascular Medicine, Member of the Cardiovascular Branch of Zhejiang Medical Association, Member of the Cardiovascular Branch of the Chinese Society of Geriatrics, Member of the Committee on Prevention and Control of Hypertension of Zhejiang Preventive Medicine Association.
The Executive Director of the Department of Endocrinology. She has been the academic and technical leader of Shanxi Province and has undertaken many provincial and prefectural level projects and published many influential academic papers.Her team has extensive clinical experience in the management of endocrine metabolic diseases.
A Distinguished Research Fellow at the Fourth Hospital of Zhejiang University School of Medicine, specializing in biology, focusing on molecular regulatory mechanisms of organelle homeostasis and signal transduction and their relationship to the development of metabolic diseases. He has published 5 articles in mainstream journals at home and abroad, including Cell Discovery, Cell Death & Differentiation and Molecular and Cellular Biology, as first author or co-first author.
A Distinguished Researcher at the Fourth Hospital of Zhejiang University School of Medicine, focusing on the regulation of energy metabolism-epigenetic effects on tissue and organ regeneration and aging. Once supported by the National Natural Science Foundation of China (NSFC) under the Incubation Program of Major Research Program on Aging and the National Natural Science Foundation of China (NSFC) under the Surface Program.
Metabolic Medicine Center’s research fields include: glucose metabolism, lipid metabolism and immunometabolism 。
We attempting to reveal the spatio-temporal network regulation of glycolipid metabolism, the perception and response patterns of the body, organs, cells and sub-cellular structures to the state of glycolipid metabolism。
Resolving the information dialogue and synergistic regulatory network between tissues and organs regulating metabolic homeostasis。
Discovering the pathways and regulatory mechanisms for the production, transport and transformation of important glycolipid metabolites。
Discovering new laws for the regulation of glycolipid metabolism and homeostasis maintenance;
The aim is to reveal the central mechanisms of metabolic homeostasis in disease development and to develop new strategies for metabolic health.