USTC Alumnus Zhuo Min Elected to Fellowship in Royal Society of Canada


        USTC Alumnus Zhuo Min (class of 1980) has recently been elected to fellowship in the Royal Society of Canada.

        Zhuo Min, born in November 1964, received a bachelor's degree in biology from USTC in 1985. Afterwards, he pursued graduate studies first at the Shanghai Physiology Institute of CAS, and then worked for his Ph.D. in a joint program at the University of Iowa, where he eventually received his doctor's degree in 1992.

        Alumnus Zhuo Min, now professor of the Department of Physiology, University of Toronto, Canada, has his research focused mostly on the plasticity of the central nervous system in pain transmission and the role of synaptic and molecular mechanisms in mental diseases. Professor Zhuo has published over 80 research papers and more than 10 review articles in renowned journals such as Nature, Science, Neuron, and Nature Neuroscience.



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