Wang Haizhen
July 12, 2022  

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Professional title: associate professor

Research focus: lipid metabolism and cardiomyopathy

Tutor category: £PhD Supervisor  RMaster Supervisor   £Neither

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Dec/2015-Dec/2018, New York university medical school, postdoctoral

Sep/2011-Oct/2015, KMZ, CAS university, doctoral student

Sep/2007-July/2010, life science college,Yunnan University, Master student



Mar/2019 till now,Yunnan Agriculture University,veterinary college,Associate professor



1. Genetics

2. Biomedical engineering

3. Biochemical


Research focus

1. Lipid metabolism

2. Cardiomyopathy

3. Atherosclerosis


Research & Teaching

Research projects

NSFC  K1420200037 2020-2024  1project   Research project hostactive

Key project of Basic research plan of Yunnan province  1project  N/A 2021-2024 Research project hostactive


Teaching projects



Awards & Honors



Representative achievements

Journal Publications

1.Jaume Amengual, Liang Guo, Alanna Strong, Julio Madrigal-Matute, Haizhen Wang, Susmita Kaushik, Jeffrey L Brodsky, Daniel J Rader, Ana Maria Cuervo, Edward A Fisher.(2018).Autophagy Is Required for Sortilin-Mediated Degradation of Apolipoprotein B100. Circ Res 122,568-582.

2.Wang Haizhen, Jiang Xue, Wu Jieyu, Zhang Linqiang, Huang Jingfei, Zhang Yuru, Zou Xiaoju, and Liang Bin.(2016).Iron Overload Coordinately Promotes Ferritin Expression and Fat Accumulation in Caenorhabditis elegans. Genetics 203, 241-253.

3.Zhang Yuru, Wang Haizhen, Zhang Jingjing, Hu Ying, Zhang Linqiang, Wu Xiaoyun, Su Xiong, Li Tingting, Zou Xiaoju and Liang Bin (2016). The cytochrome b5 reductase HPO-19 is required for biosynthesis of polyunsaturated fatty acids in Caenorhabditis elegans. Biochim Biophys Acta 1861,310-319.

4.Zhang Yuru, Zou Xiaoju, Ding Yihong, Wang Haizhen, Wu Xiaoyun, and Liang Bin (2013). Comparative genomics and functional study of lipid metabolic genes in Caenorhabditis elegans. BMC Genomics 14, 164.

5.Wang Haizhen, He Yingxin, Yang Chunju, Zhou Wei, and Zou Chenggang (2011). Hepcidin is regulated during blood-stage malaria and plays a protective role in malaria infection. J Immunol 187, 6410-6416.


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