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Yusheng Zhu

Biography:

Dr. Zhu is Professor of Pathology and Pharmacology and Medical Director of Clinical Chemistry/Automated Testing Laboratory,Co-Director of Pathology Core Reference Laboratory, Director of Postdoctoral Clinical Chemistry Training Program, and Chair of Laboratory Utilization Committeeat the Pennsylvania StateUniversity Hershey Medical Center. He is board certified by the American Board of Clinical Chemistry (ABCC) in Clinical Chemistry, Toxicological Chemistry, and Molecular Diagnostics and a Fellow of the AACCAcademy (formerly NACB) since 2007. He served as the President of the North American Chinese Clinical Chemists Association (2012), President of the Commission on Accreditation in Clinical Chemistry (ComACC),Chair of American Association for Clinical Chemistry (AACC) Southeast Section in 2015, Chair of Clinical Translational Science Division (2015-2016), and Secretary of Proteomics & Metabolomics Division (2013-2015) of AACC. Currently, he is the Vice Present of ABCC, Member of AACC Academy Council, and Chair-Elect of Mass Spectrometry & Separation Science Division.Yusheng is on the Editorial Boards of three medical journals and an invited reviewer of seven international medical journals. He has given many presentations at national and international conferences. He has over 115 publications including peer-reviewed papers, editorials, book chapters, and abstracts. He has received 34 awards from AACC, NACB, and other organizations.

Research Interests:

Clinical and translational research in clinical chemistry, toxicology, hemoglobinopathy, pharmacogenetics, proteomics, and clinical application of mass spectrometry.

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