韩济生院士

Prof. Ji-Sheng Han

Nueroscience Research Institute,

Peking University Health Science Center,

Peking University,

Beijing 100191,

People’s Republic of China

Tel: +86 10 8280 1109

E-mail: hanjisheng@bjmu.edu.cn


Acupuncture research is part of my life

v   Ji-Sheng Han, male, born 1928, graduated from Shanghai Medical College as M.D. (1947-1953), specialized in physiology at Dalian Medical College.

v   Serving as Professor of physiology in Beijing Medical College (1979-), and Head of Dept of Physiology, Beijing Medical University (1983-1993), Director (1998-2009) and Honorary Director (2010- ) of the Neuroscience Research Institute, Peking University. Serving as mentor of over 80 research fellows and postdocs since 1973, and over 60 PhDs since 1984.

v   Giving more than 200 invited lectures in 27 countries and areas since 1979.

v   Elected as Member of Chinese Academy of Sciences (1993). Founding president of the Chinese Association for the Study of Pain (CASP) in 1989, Founding president of the Beijing society of Neuroscience (1987-1993), Founding vice president of Chinese Society for Neuroscience (1994-1999)

v   Editor-in-Chief of the <Chinese Journal of Pain Medicine> since 1995, and the journal <Progress in Physiological Sciences> in 1986-2000. Editor-in-Chief of the comprehensive textbook < Neuroscience> in Chinese (3 editions published in 1993, 1999, 2008). Editor-in-Chief of the <Neurochemical Basis of Pain Relief by Acupuncture>, volume 1-3 (1987, 1997, 2008) in English.

v   Grantee (PI) of NIDA/NIH, USA (DA 03983) for research on “Neurobiology of acupuncture analgesia” for 12 consecutive years (1987-2000); NCCAM/NIH Central grant “P01 AT 002038” (CoPI): Electrocupuncture for the treatment of alcohol and cocaine abuse (2004-2009). Chief Scientist of the Basic Research Program of the Ministry of Science and Technology of PR China on Mechanisms of acupuncture anesthesia (2007-2011).

v   Scientific Advisor for WHO (1990-2000). Consultant, Scientific Review Committee, NIH and ADAMHA, USA (1991-2001). Executive committee of International Narcotic Research Conference (INRC, 1990-1993, 2003-2006)

v   Research interest: Mechanisms of pain, pain control and drug abuse; mechanisms of acupuncture and electroacupuncture for the treatment of pain and drug abuse. Clinical application of the medical device “Han’s acupoint nerve stimulation” (HANS) for the treatment of certain nervous system disorders.

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