[Southeast University News Network, April 6] (Correspondent: Wei Siyi) Recently, as released on the official website of the American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering (AIMBE), Professor Gu Zhongze, Dean of the School of Bioscience and Medical Engineering of Southeast University, was elected as an AIMBE Fellow for his outstanding achievements in the field of medical and biological engineering.
Professor Gu Zhongze, graduated from the Department of Biomedical Engineering of Southeast University in 1989, is currently serving as Dean of the School of Bioscience and Medical Engineering and a doctoral tutor. He has been engaged in the research of human organ chips and photonic crystal materials. His research achievements have been published in more than 270 papers in international core journals and cited by more than 10,000 times with dozens of patent authorizations granted as well. In 2003, he was selected into Yangtze River Scholars Award Program of the Ministry of Education. Up to now, he has hosted a number of scientific research projects such as the key scientific issues of transformative technologies in the National Key Research and Development Project, National High Technology Research and Development Program of China (863 Program) and the National Science Fund for Distinguished Young Scholars, etc..
The American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering, affiliated to the American Academy of Sciences, is a well-known non-profitable academic organization in the field of international medical and biological engineering. The Fellow of the American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering is composed of the most outstanding (Top 2%) scholars in the field of medical and biological engineering in the world upon nomination and rigorous selection by international peers every year. It is deemed as the highest academic honor in the field of medical and biological engineering technology in the United States. Up to now, there are about 2000 Fellows.
A total of 156 new Fellows are selected into the American Academy of Medical and Biological Engineering this year, including 11 elected scholars working at Chinese universities and scientific research institutions.
Submitted by: the School of Bioscience and Medical Engineering
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