2019 Silicon Valley Oriental Medicine Awards
Winners and Reason for Winning
Best Academic Achievement Award
Dr. Zhang Qinhong, a visiting scholar at Stanford University, conducted a systematic and systematic analysis of the clinical research literature on acupuncture treatment of side effects after cancer chemotherapy through evidence-based medical system evaluation research, and provided objective evidence-based medical evidence for the clinical efficacy of acupuncture treatment of side effects after cancer chemotherapy
中国药物基因和蛋白筛选国家工程实验室实验中心主任郑丽华博士，致力于抗肿瘤复方中药的有效成分筛选和作用机制，以及中药化学成分抗肿瘤作用的基因和蛋白靶点研究。通过对中药复方Consomate One T13调控一系列肿瘤发生、发展相关基因表达的实验研究，为中药抑制肿瘤生长机制提供的创新思路与方法。
Best Oncology Medical Research Award
Dr. Zheng Lihua, Director of the National Engineering Laboratory for Druggable Gene and Protein Screening in China, is dedicated to the screening and mechanism of active ingredients of anti-tumor compound Chinese medicines, as well as the gene and protein targets for the anti-tumor effects of traditional Chinese medicines. Through the experimental study on the regulation of a series of tumorigenesis and development related genes by Chinese herbal compound Consomate One T13, it provides innovative ideas and methods for the inhibition of tumor growth by Chinese medicine.
Best Clinical Achievement Award
In 1971, scientists extracted paclitaxel from yew, which proved to be effective against a variety of cancers. Dr. Liang Xunchang, a professor at Tongji Medical College of Huazhong University of Science and Technology, combined the traditional Chinese medicine of Taxus with acupuncture to achieve a unique effect on prolonging the life cycle of patients with malignant tumors. He has won clinical and international treatments for various difficult diseases, including cancer. The patient is widely respected.
Lifetime Achievement Award
Professor Zhang Dongji is an immunology scientist who has served for a long time at the University of California, San Francisco Medical School, and a postdoctoral fellow in microbiology and immunology at the University of Manitoba, Canada. Through years of accumulated research experience, he analyzed that the study of traditional Chinese medicine treatment of tumors can make full use of the theories and concepts of modern medicine, expand the understanding of the anti-tumor effect of Chinese medicine, and open new medical approaches and theories.
中国药物学专家李玉新教授，现任东北师范大学药物基因和蛋白筛选国家工程实验室主任。长期从事基因工程药物和现代中药研发。曾承担完成国家重点基础研究发展规划项目、国家重大新药创制重大科技专项项目、国家科技支撑计划项目、吉林省科技发展计划项目等重要科研项目50余项。在国内外重要学术期刊发表论文200余篇，获得发明专利35项。已培养硕士、博士研究生和博士后120余人。Prof. Yuxin Li is a famous pharmacologist in China. He is working in National Engineering Laboratory for Druggable Gene and Protein Screening, Northeast Normal University holding the position of Head. He also served as editorial board member of Chinese Journal of Immunology and Chinese Journal of Biologicals，expert of the National Intellectual Property Strategy，expert of the National Key New Products Plan，and chief expert of the Changchun National Biological Industry Base．Prof. Yuxin Li has been engaged in research and development of gene engineering drug and modern chinese medicine for a long time．He has accomplished more than 50 scientific research projects supported by National Basic Research Program of China，National Major Scientific and Technological Specific Project for ‘Significant New Drugs Development’, National Science and Technology Support Program，and Jilin Province Science and Technology Development Plan. He has published over 200 papers on important academic journals, and obtained 35 invention patents. He has trained 120 postgraduates and postdoctoral researchers.
威廉姆道森博士是个奇才，能开飞机，还能修飞机，当然更能用针灸中药治疗患者。他是- Hopewell Medical Acupuncture Center 和程氏针灸中心的美国分支机构，为此他活跃地在美国和中国推进针灸学的发展。
Annual Man of the Year Award
Dr. William Dawson is a wizard who can fly a plane and repair a plane. Of course, he can treat patients with acupuncture and Chinese medicine. He is the US branch of the Hopewell Medical Acupuncture Center and the Cheng's Acupuncture Center, and he is actively promoting the development of acupuncture in the US and China.