Liu Chang Hong


Liu Chang Hong received his Bachelor in Plant Protection (1986), Master (1989) and Ph.D. (1998) in Plant Pathology from Northwest A & F University (Northwest Agricultural University), Shaanxi, China. From 1989 to 1995, he was a faculty in Shaanxi Academy of Agricultural Sciences and worked on wheat disease control techniques and strategies. During this period, he developed a rapid detection technique for wheat streak mosaic viruses in Agricultural Research Station, Manitoba, Canada from 1992-1993. He did two years postdoctoral fellow in Nanjing University and became a full-time faculty of the university afterward. From 2002 to 2003, as a visiting scholar, he worked in NCI, NIH of USA and worked on transcriptional regulation in prokaryotes. Now he is a professor of microbiology at Nanjing University.

Research Interests:

Interaction among biocontrol agent, pathogen and host plants, Transcriptional regulation of NRPS in Bacillus sp, Fungal diversity and biological properties in deep sub seafloor biosphere, Function of fungi in element geochemical cycle in sediments below seafloor

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