|Shanghai Key Laboratoryof Endocrine Tumor|
Shanghai Key lab of Endocrine Tumbour has a hormoneassay laboratory for all patients with endocrine and metabolicdisorders in the hospital and in the other medical and researchinstitutes as well. The center also has a research laboratoryoccupying a space of nearly 1000 m2 and well equipped with DDPCR,real-time PCR, 2-D gel, LICOR sequencer, CEQ8800 genetics analysissystem, patch-clamp, FISH, etc. for the research in endocrinologyand metabolism. The senior endocrinologists in the center haveearned a great reputation for their contributions in building upthe discipline of endocrinology in China and academic achievements.With their instruction, teaching and support, a bunch ofyoung endocrinologyists have grown up. Those young people have alsobeen trained in Western countries, have a good master of Englishand French and have publications in peer-reviewed journals. Theyhave taken over the heavy task for the further development of thediscipline.
197 Rui Jin Road II, Shanghai 200025.CHINA
Dr Ningreceived his MD and PhD from Shanghai Second MedicalUniversity. He had been trained as Postdoctoral Fellow for 2years in Baylor Medical College, USA. Dr. Ning has been focusing onthe study of endocrine and metabolic diseases, such as type 2diabetes and insulin resistance syndrome, pituitary and adrenaldisorders, hereditary endocrine and metabolic diseases caused bysingle gene mutation, as well as the research on pathogenesis ofendocrine related cancers, and the elucidation of Steroid ReceptorCoactivitor-3(SCR-3) gene structure and establishment of SRC-3 geneknockout animal model, etc. Dr. Ning has received more than 10grants and published more than 180 scientific papers inpeer-reviewed journals. He is on the editorial boards of severaljournals and the vice-chairman of the Chinese Endocrine Society,the China Group on Insulin Secretion , the member of the ChineseDiabetes Association.
（1）hereditaryendocrine and metabolic diseases;
（2）endocrinetumors including pheochromocytoma etc;
（3） type 2diabetes.
He is on theeditorial boards of several journals and the vice-chairman of theChinese Endocrine Society, the China Group on Insulin Secretion ,the member of the Chinese Diabetes Association.
Dr. Ning hasreceived more than 10 grants and published more than 180 scientificpapers in peer-reviewed journals.