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Shuzhe Ding Ph. D.

East China Normal University

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Shuzhe Ding

Dr. DING Shuzhe, the associate vice chancellor of Shanghai New York University, is a professor of exercise biochemistry in East China Normal University. He focuses his studies on understanding the cellular mechanisms of exercise-induced mitochondrial adaptations, mitochondrial signaling, and the benefits of exercise in the management of chronic metabolic diseases, such as obesity, type 2 diabetes, cancer and ageing. His laboratory pioneered the discovery of mitochondrial ROS production and calcium cycle as an important molecular signaling to mediate mitochondrial biogenesis during exercise. His recent works have led to the concept of integrated exercise physiology in whole-body as a major understanding of the role of exercise in the chronic diseases.
Dr. DING Shuzhe is a professor of exercise science and of human physiology. He earned his B.S. from Harbin Normal University and both his M.S. and Ph.D. degrees from East China Normal University. He engaged in molecular biophysics and biochemistry in Beijing Medical University in 1988-1989, and served as a visiting professor at St. Olaf College in USA from 1997 to 1998 and the University College London from 2005 to 2006. He serves on many scientific review committees and editorial boards. He has been a Council Member of Chinese society of exercise physiology and biochemistry, vice director of Sport Health Division of the China Association of Gerontology and Geriatrics, and vice chairman of the International Education Association Shanghai. In addition, he has ever served as associate dean of the School of Physical Education and Health for 7 years, and the head of the department of International Exchange for 8 years in East China Normal University.
Dr. Ding's work is supported by National Science Foundation of China and scientific foundations from Ministry of Education and Shanghai, China. More than 180 articles have been published in Chinese and English journals since 1982, when he started his scientific career from the study of winter sports.

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