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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
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May 25, 2010.
“Hydrogen Sulfide and vascular endothelium integrity” Department of
Anaesthesia, Harvard Medical School, MA, USA
April 28, 2010. “H2S is a new endothelium-derived relaxing factor (EDRF)". Department of
Pharmacology and Therapeutics, Queen’s University, Kingston, Canada
April 8, 2010. “To die or to live – Discovery of the biological importance of H2S”. Department of
Pharmacy, University of Patras, Patras, Greece
March 24, 2010. “H2S is a new EDRF”. Fudan University Shanghai Medical College, Shanghai,
China
March 22, 2010. “The smell of life – H2S and beyond”. Master Forum Lecture, The 2nd Military
Medical University, Shanghai, China
March 4, 2010. “Creating the future today – Challenge and opportunity for post-secondary
education”. Leadership Thunder Bay Program, Ontario, Canada
Nov. 19, 2009. “Searching for a missing EDRF – H2S in cardiovascular system”. Yale University
School of medicine. New Haven, CT, USA
Nov. 17, 2009. “Hydrogen sulfide and hypertension”. Symposium CVS.413. Emerging Role of
Hydrogen Sulfide in Cardiovascular Disease. American Heart Association Scientific Sessions, 2009.
Orlando, FL, USA
Oct. 16, 2009. “To live or to die – H2S does the both”. International Forum on Biomedicine and
Biotechnology & Development Opportunities and Challenges in the Western Region of China,
Chongqing, China.
Oct. 13, 2009. “EDRF: from NO to H2S”. Shanghai Medical College, Fudan University, Shanghai,
China
July 31, 2009. “It is a smelly EDRF: Hydrogen sulfide in circulation”. Symposium – Microvascular
systems and metabolism. The 36th Congress of the International Union of Physiological Sciences.
Kyoto, Japan.
July 15, 2009. “H2S – a novel gasotransmitter”. The Second Military Medical University (SMMU),
Shanghai, China
July 9, 2009. “H2S in life science”. College of Life Sciences and Technology, Shanxi University,
Taiyuan, China
July 6, 2009. “Healthier, Happier, and Smatter – what does H2S really mean” Shanxi Medical
University, Taiyuan, China
June 27, 2009. “The cause of Life extinction or a lifesaver - the tale of H2S”. Plenary Lecture. The
first international conference on H2S in biology and medicine. Shanghai, China
June 1, 2009. “To live or to die – discovery of hydrogen sulfide”. Canadian Society of
Pharmacology and Therapeutics Annual Meeting, Saskatoon,
May 14, 2009. “The engine for the region – the impact of research and innovation at Lakehead
University on Northwest Ontario”. Leadership Thunder Bay Program, Ontario, Canada
March 13, 2008. “Let’s start the debate – H2S is an EDHF”. Department of Anesthesiology,
McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
March 12, 2008. “To die or to live – hydrogen sulfide does the both”. St. Joseph’s Health Care,
McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
Oct. 20, 2008. “Hydrogen Sulfide and Pancreatic Function”. Symposium 06: Signalling with gas:
gasotransmitters in perspective. Beijing Joint Conference of Physiology Sciences 2008, Beijing,
China, Oct. 19-22, 2008
July 28, 2008. “Gasotransmitter in an inner space.” University of Sherbrooke, Sherbrooke,
Quebec, Canada
June 27, 2008. “Carbon monoxide, heme, and hypertension”. SuZhou University, SuZhou, China
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