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Jianyong Zhang——Associate Professor

Room 506, Building 24, Tianjin University
School of Pharmaceutical Science and Technology
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Education Experience
2007 Postdoctoral McGill University, Canada
2007 Ph. D. University of Tsukuba, Japan
Professional Experience
2014-2015 Assosiate Professor Tianjin University, China
2007-2011 Postdoctoral McGill University, Canada
2001-2007 Teaching Assistant University of Tsukuba, Japan
1992-2000 Physician and Physician-in-charge Tianjin 4th Central Hospital, China
Research Area

The research in the group of ZHANG focuses on two areas: 1) Mechanisms of transcriptional regulation involved in canceroxidative stress response and a variety of health disorders by means of molecular biology method, 2) Mechanism study on interaction of host factors with retroelements and HIV-1 such as helicases, interferon-stimulate genes and RNA binding proteins etc.

Honors and Awards
Best Teacher Award, Tianjin 4th central hospital, 1994
Best Teacher Award, Tianjin 4th central hospital, 1995
Highlighted Publications
Li, Xiaoyu#; Zhang, Jianyong#; Jia, Rui; et al. The MOV10 Helicase Inhibits LINE-1 Mobility.(#Co- first author) Journal of Biological Chemistry Volume: 288 Issue: 29 Pages: 21148-21160 Published: JUL 19 2013
Zhang, Jianyong; Liang, Chen. BST-2 Diminishes HIV-1 Infectivity. Journal of Virology Volume: 84 Issue: 23 Pages: 12336-12343 Published: DEC 2010
Rong, Liwei; Zhang, Jianyong; Lu, Jennifer; et al. The Transmembrane Domain of BST-2 Determines Its Sensitivity to Down-Modulation by Human Immunodeficiency Virus Type 1 Vpu. Journal of Virology Volume: 83 Published: DEC 2009
Zhang, Jianyong; Hosoya, Tomonori; Maruyama, Atsushi; et al. Nrf2 Neh5 domain is differentially utilized in the transactivation of cytoprotective genes. Biochemical Journal 15;404(3):459-66, Jun 2007
Zhang, Jianyong; Ohta, Tsutomu; Maruyama, Atsushi; et al. BRG1 interacts with Nrf2 to selectively mediate HO-1 induction in response to oxidative stress.Molecular and Cellular Biology Volume: 26 Issue: 21 Pages: 7942-7952 Published: NOV 2006
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