沈汉明

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Macao Young Scholars Program 2021

Supervisors

 

Ref. No.: MYSP-2021-056

Section 1: Personal Particulars

*Name in Chinese:

沈汉明

*Name in English:

HANMING SHEN

*Academic Rank:

Professor

*Telephone:

00853-8822 4984

Fax:


*E-mail: 

hmshen@um.edu.mo

Mailing Address:

E12-4037,University of Macau, Avenida da Universidade, Taipa, Macau, China

*Institution:

University of Macau

*Department:

UMAC-Faculty of Health Sciences

Administrative Post:


Personal Webpage:

https://fhs.um.edu.mo/en/staff/hanming-shen/

 



Research Project provided for Macao Youth Scholars Program:

*Project Name in Chinese:

线粒体自噬新型调控机理和健康与疾病关系的研究

*Project Name in English:

Novel regulatory mechanisms in control of mitophagy and implication in health and disease

*Academic Discipline (Primary):

1001  基础医学

Academic Discipline (Secondary, for reference):

0710  生物学

Special requirement for the postdoctoral fellow candidates:


Academic Qualifications:

Ph.D., National University of Singapore (1996)

Professional Accomplishments, honors, awards and patents:

(1)    2019 NUS Medicine Researcher of the Year Award-AY2017/2018

(2)    2019 NUSMedicine Graduate Mentor of The Year (GRAMAY) Award 2019

(3)    2015 Faculty Research Excellence Award, Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine, NUS

(4)    2011 Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS)-NUS Fellowship

(5)    2007 Research Excellence Award, Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine, NUS

(6)    2002 - 2003      Oncology Fellowship, National Cancer Institute (NCI), NIH, USA

 

Section 2: Research Interests and Grants

Major Research Interests:

(1)    Autophagy and lysosome in cancer cell biology

(2)    Cancer metabolism and targeted therapy

Number of Current PhD Students:

0

Number of PhD Trained:

30

Number of Postdoctoral Fellows Supervised:

20

*Research Grants for MYSP: (Please include project titles, funding sources, reference number, funding amounts and duration)

(1) Mitophagy: Novel regulatory mechanisms and implication in health and disease     CPG2020-00029-FHS       MOP500,000     2020-2021        PI

(2) Importance of autophagy and lysosome in cancer cell biology        SRG2020-00002-FHS        MOP500,000     2020-2023        PI

(3) Critical role of PTEN-L in regulating apoptotic cell death under mitochondrial damage      MYRG2020-00022-FHS     MOP520,000     2022-2024 PI