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 English literature analysis

 Data report

 Pre-submission discussion


E-mail: yufengwang@ems.hrbmu.edu.cn



Physiologic Building Room 312

157 Baojian Rd, Nangang Dist, Harbin, Heilongjiang 150086 China 






Current members

Opening Speech

The Wang Laboratory of Neuroendocrinology was formally established in September, 2013 under the support of Dr. Bao-Feng Yang, President of Harbin Medical University, with the collaborative efforts of Drs. Fengmin Zhang, Hui Zhu, Hongbo Jin, Chunmei Lv, Ying Zhang, Shuwei Jia, Xiaoyu Liu and Yu-Feng Wang.


The goal of our lab is to increase our interaction with the international neuroendocrine society, disseminate the knowledge and progress of the study of neurohormones, and explore their clinical translational potential, particularly of oxytocin and vasopressin. The lab graciously received Dr. Glenn I. Hatton's wishes to promote the growth of our neuroendocrine study team in China and Dr. Zhiping Cheng's wishes to explore hypothalamic neuroendocrine regulation of reproductive endocrine function.


In this website, we present several interactive pages, including an Open Neuroendocrine Forum, Literature Analysis, Course Materials, Introduction to Lab Activities, and recent Progress in Neurohormone - associated studies. In the Open Neuroendocrine Forum, we put forward one topic monthly and let participants respond to it freely with comments and suggestions ranging from scholarly ideas to naïve thoughts. We also select some sound research papers for Literature Analysis, for which questions and comments will be posted with the expectation of a response from the author(s). The purpose of Course Materials is to provide supplemental teaching materials not available in regular courses to medical graduates and research students. Currently, we run the web in English and Chinese and we expect to add Japanese and Russian in the future.


We thank Drs. Hideo Negoro, John Russell, Quentin Pittman and many other senior neuroendocrinologists for their advice and support. The lab is supported by Harbin Medical University and the School of Basic Medical   Sciences. Research work is sponsored by the National Natural Science Foundation of China and the higher education talents funds of Heilongjiang province. We are grateful for your involvement in the discussions, and we welcome any comments and advice. Your most brilliant ideas are very welcome and appreciated.