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Rui Wang, M.D., Ph.D. – University Senior Executive
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“Strategic Visionary in the Quest for Excellence in Higher Education”

Curriculum Vitae Addendum


Sept. 21, 2012. “H2S is an Endothelium-Derived Hyperpolarizing Factor (EDHF).” The 2nd
International Conference on H2S Biology and Medicine, Atlanta, GA
August 9, 2012. “We are what we smell – Discovery of the biological importance of H2S”.
Department of Pathology, Louisiana University Health Shreveport, Louisiana, USA
July 27, 2012. “Hydrogen sulfide is a critical gasotransmitter”. Nanjing Medical University,
Nanjing, China
July 14, 2012. “H2S Biology and Medicine”. Qiqihar Medical College, Qiqihar, China
July 13, 2012. “HMU Factor in H2S study”. Harbin Medical University, Harbin, China
July 9, 2012.
“Mitochondrial metabolism and function of hydrogen sulfide”. Fudan University,
Shanghai medical College, Shanghai, China
June 15, 2012. “Where, how, and what – H2S production and function” Plenary Lecture, First
European Conference on the Biology of Hydrogen Sulfide, Smolenice Castle, Slovakia
May 30, 2012. “Hydrogen sulfide and mitochondrial energy metabolism”. Key-note speaker, 7th
International Congress on Heme Oxygenases and Related Enzymes. Edinburgh, UK.
May 22, 2012. “We are what we smell”. Café Scientifique, CIHR/TBRRI, Thunder Bay Regional
Health Science Centre, Thunder Bay, Ontario
May 17, 2012. “A H2S-related susceptible window for asthma development”. American Asthma
Foundation Annual Meeting. San Francisco, CA.
April 5, 2012. “We are what we smell – Discovery of hydrogen sulfide as a gasotransmitter”.
Robarts Research Institute, London, Ontario, Canada
March 8, 2012. “Traditional and modern agenda of University – education, research, innovation,
and economic development”. Leadership Thunder Bay Program, Ontario, Canada
Nov. 20, 2011. “The Search for an endothelium-derived hyperpolarizing factor - from NO to H2S”.
Plenary Session of “Cross talk between NO and H2S signaling”. SFRBM 201 - 18th Annual Meeting,
Atlanta, Georgia, USA.
Sept. 15, 2011. “Hydrogen sulfide physiology and pathophysiology”. The Children Hospital of
Zhenjiang Province, Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, China
Sept. 12, 2011. “Beyond and beneath – the interaction of hydrogen sulfide and endothelium”.
Fudan University Shanghai Medical School, Shanghai, China
May 12, 2011. “Altered metabolism of H2S in the lung”. American Asthma Foundation Annual
Research Meeting, InterContinental Mark Hopkins Hotel, San Francisco, USA
April 12, 2011. “Hydrogen sulfide and asthma” in Symposium - “Emerging cardiorespiratory roles
for gasotransmitters”. Experimental Biology Conference 2011. Washington DC Convention Center.
Nov. 16, 2010. “A rewarding and not-so-smelly journey – discovery of physiological importance of
hydrogen sulfide”. University of Minnesota at Duluth, Duluth, USA.
Oct. 13, 2010. “Hydrogen sulfide: a smelly EDRF”. High Blood Pressure Research 2010 Scientific
Sessions, “New Paradigms in hypertension research”. Omni Shoreham Hotel, Washington, DC,
Oct. 1, 2010. “A smell of life – Hydrogen sulfide in medicine”. China-Canada Joint Health Research
Initiative (CCJHRI) Scientific Workshop, Ottawa, Canada
June 24, 2010. “Beyond Its Toxic Profile … Why We Cannot Live Without Hydrogen Sulphide”
Session - “Hydrogen Sulphide Health Research and Risk Assessment – Ten Years Later”. Air and
Waste Management Association (A&WMA), 103rd Annual Conference & Exhibition (ACE), the Telus
Convention Centre in Calgary, Alberta, Canada
May 27, 2010. “Role of Hydrogen Sulfide in Angiogenesis and Atherosclerosis” International
Symposium on Nitric Oxide and Other Gaseous Neurotransmitters. MaRS Centre Auditorium.
Toronto, Canada.
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