Dekan

Name:Zheng Liu

Stellvertretender Dekan der zweitern klinischen Fakultät, Tongji Medizinische College, Huazhong Universität der Wissenschaft und Technik;
Direktor der Hals-Nasen-Ohrenheilkunde, Universitätsklinikum Tongji, Tongji Medizinische College, Huazhong Universität der Wissenschaft und Technik;
Stellvertretender Vorsitzender der Jugend Kommission der HNO-Heilkunde Branch, chinesisch medizinischen Association;
Internationaler Mitglied der„ American Academy of Allergy Asthma and Immunology“ (AAAAI);
Stellvertretender Vorsitzender der allergische-reaktion-Branch der medizinischen Association, Hubei-Provinz;
Exekutives Mitglied der HNO-Heilkunde Branch der medizinischen Association, Hubei-Provinz;
Mitglied der HNO-Heilkunde Branch, chinesisch medizinischen Association;
Stellvertretertender Chefredakteur von „Clinical and Experimental Allergy“;
Editorial Board Mitglied von „Allergy“;
Editorial Board Mitglied von „Plos One“;
Bewertung der Expertengruppe der „National Natural Science Foundation of China“ (NSFC), des Ministeriums für Wissenschaft und Technologie und Ministeriums für Bildung von China.

Ausbildung

Gastwissenschaftler, Johns Hopkins Asthma and Allergy Center, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, USA, 2003-2004;
PhD., HNO-Heilkunde, Tongji Medizinische College, Huazhong Universität der Wissenschaft und Technik, Wuhan, China, 2002-2004;
Master of Medicine, HNO-Heilkunde, Tongji Medizinische College, Huazhong Universität der Wissenschaft und Technik, Wuhan, China,1990-1997.

Forschung

Die allergische Rhinitis
Die chronische Sinusitis

Auszeichnung

1. 2007, „das neue jahrhunderte ausgezeichnete Talent“ Award vom Ministerium für Bildung in China;
2. 2009, „ausgezeichneter jugender Arzt“ der HNO-Heilkunde Branch, der chinesischen medizinischen Association;
3. 2013, „Huazhong ausgezeichnete Professor “ von der Huazhong Universität der Wissenschaft und Technik;
4. 2013, „ der 2. Preis“ der Hubei Naturwissenschaftspreis;
5. 2013, „ National Wissenschaft Fonds“ für ausgezeichneter jugenden Wissenschaftler vom National Natural Science Foundation of China;
6. 2013, „Jugend Wissenschaft und Technologie Award von China“ von der Organisationsabteilung des Zentralkomitees der KPCh, vom Ministerium für Arbeitskraft Ressourcen und Soziale Sicherheit sowie der China Association für Wissenschaft und Technologie eingeführt;
7. 2014, „der Jugend wissenschaftliche und technologische Innovation Leiter“Award von Innovative Talente Promotion Projekt, das Ministerium für Wissenschaft und Technologie von China.

Publikation

1. Zhang, Y.N. , J. Song, H. Wang, H. Wang, M. Zeng, G. T. Zhai, J. Ma, Z.Y. Li, B. Liao, B.F. Wang, Z. Zhen, N. Wang, P.P. Wang, P. Lin, Q. Ning, Z. Liu.Nasal IL-4+CXCR5+CD4+ T follicular helper cell counts correlate with local IgE production in eosinophilic nasal polyps.J Allergy ClinImmunol, 2015. (Epub ahead of print)
2. Seshadri, S., X. Lu, M.R. Purkey, T. Homma, A.W. Choi, R. Carter, L. Suh, J. Norton, K.E. Harris, D.B. Conley, A. Kato, P.C. Avila, B. Czarnocka, P.A. Kopp, A.T. Peters, L.C. Grammer, R.K. Chandra, B.K. Tan, Z. Liu, R.C. Kern, and R.P. Schleimer. Increased expression of the epithelial anion transporter pendrin/SLC26A4 in nasal polyps of patients with chronic rhinosinusitis. J Allergy ClinImmunol, 2015. (Epub ahead of print)
3.Zeng, M., Z.Y. Li, J. Ma, P.P. Cao, H. Wang, Y.H. Cui, and Z. Liu. Clarithromycin and dexamethasone show similar anti-inflammatory effects on distinct phenotypic chronic rhinosinusitis: an explant model study. BMC Immunol, 2015. 16: 37.
4. Liu, Y., M. Zeng, and Z. Liu. Th17 response and its regulation in inflammatory upper airway diseases. ClinExp Allergy, 2015. 45(3): 602-12.
5. Liu, Y., M. Zeng, and Z. Liu. Clinical relevance of Th17 response in allergic rhinitis: more evidence. ClinExp Allergy, 2015. (Epub ahead of print)
6. Liao, B., P.P. Cao, M. Zeng, Z. Zhen, H. Wang, Y.N. Zhang, C.Y. Hu, J. Ma, Z.Y. Li, J. Song, J.X. Liu, L.Y. Peng, Y. Liu, Q. Ning, and Z. Liu. Interaction of thymic stromal lymphopoietin, IL-33, and their receptors in epithelial cells in eosinophilic chronic rhinosinusitis with nasal polyps. Allergy, 2015.(Epub ahead of print)
7. Cao, P.P., B. Liao, and Z. Liu. Profiling the immunological characteristics of exacerbation of chronic rhinosinusitis with nasal polyps. ClinExp Allergy, 2015. 45(4): 704-5.
8. Shi, L.L., J. Song, P. Xiong, P.P. Cao, B. Liao, J. Ma, Y.N. Zhang, M. Zeng, Y. Liu, H. Wang, Y.H. Cui, S.K. Huang, and Z. Liu. Disease-specific T-helper cell polarizing function of lesional dendritic cells in different types of chronic rhinosinusitis with nasal polyps. Am J RespirCrit Care Med, 2014. 190(6): p. 628-38.
9.Liao, B., C.Y. Hu, T. Liu, and Z. Liu. Respiratory viral infection in the chronic persistent phase of chronic rhinosinusitis. Laryngoscope, 2014. 124(4): 832-7.
10.Cao, P.P., Y.N. Zhang, B. Liao, J. Ma, B.F. Wang, H. Wang, M. Zeng, W.H. Liu, R.P. Schleimer, and Z. Liu. Increased local IgE production induced by common aeroallergens and phenotypic alteration of mast cells in Chinese eosinophilic, but not non-eosinophilic, chronic rhinosinusitis with nasal polyps. ClinExp Allergy, 2014. 44(5): 690-700.
11.Shi, L.L., P. Xiong, L. Zhang, P.P. Cao, B. Liao, X. Lu, Y.H. Cui, and Z. Liu. Features of airway remodeling in different types of Chinese chronic rhinosinusitis are associated with inflammation patterns. Allergy, 2013. 68(1): 101-9.
12.Liu, Y., H.J. Yu, N. Wang, Y.N. Zhang, S.K. Huang, Y.H. Cui, and Z. Liu. Clara cell 10-kDa protein inhibits T(H)17 responses through modulating dendritic cells in the setting of allergic rhinitis. J Allergy ClinImmunol, 2013. 131(2): 387-94 e1-12.
13.Zhang, Y.N., P.P. Cao, X.H. Zhang, X. Lu, and Z. Liu. Expression of microRNA machinery proteins in different types of chronic rhinosinusitis. Laryngoscope, 2012. 122(12): 2621-7.
14.Wen, W., W. Liu, L. Zhang, J. Bai, Y. Fan, W. Xia, Q. Luo, J. Zheng, H. Wang, Z. Li, J. Xia, H. Jiang, Z. Liu, J. Shi, H. Li, G. Xu, and C. Nasal Health Group.Increased neutrophilia in nasal polyps reduces the response to oral corticosteroid therapy. J Allergy ClinImmunol, 2012. 129(6): 1522-8.
15.Zhang, X.H., Y.N. Zhang, H.B. Li, C.Y. Hu, N. Wang, P.P. Cao, B. Liao, X. Lu, Y.H. Cui, and Z. Liu. Overexpression of miR-125b, a novel regulator of innate immunity, in eosinophilic chronic rhinosinusitis with nasal polyps. Am J RespirCrit Care Med, 2012. 185(2): 140-51.
16.Long, X.B., S. Hu, N. Wang, H.T. Zhen, Y.H. Cui, and Z. Liu. Clara cell 10-kDa protein gene transfection inhibits NF-kappaB activity in airway epithelial cells. PLoS One, 2012. 7(4): e35960.
17.Hu, Y., P.P. Cao, G.T. Liang, Y.H. Cui, and Z. Liu. Diagnostic significance of blood eosinophil count in eosinophilic chronic rhinosinusitis with nasal polyps in Chinese adults. Laryngoscope, 2012. 122(3): 498-503.
18.Zeng, M., X.B. Long, Y.H. Cui, and Z. Liu. Comparison of efficacy of mometasonefuroate versus clarithromycin in the treatment of chronic rhinosinusitis without nasal polyps in Chinese adults. Am J Rhinol Allergy, 2011. 25(6): e203-7.
19.Lu, X., N. Wang, X.B. Long, X.J. You, Y.H. Cui, and Z. Liu. The cytokine-driven regulation of secretoglobins in normal human upper airway and their expression, particularly that of uteroglobin-related protein 1, in chronic rhinosinusitis. Respir Res, 2011. 12: 28.
20.Cui, Y.H., Y.Y. Wang, and Z. Liu.Transdifferentiation of Clara cell 10-kDa protein secreting cells in experimental allergic rhinitis. Am J Rhinol Allergy, 2011. 25(3): 145-51.
21.Luo, Q., F. Chen, W. Liu, Z. Li, R. Xu, Y. Fan, R. Chen, Y. Xu, Z. Liu, G. Xu, Q. Fu, K. Zuo, J. Shi, H. Li, and C. Nasal Health Group. Evaluation of long-term clarithromycin treatment in adult Chinese Patients with chronic rhinosinusitis without nasal polyps. ORL J OtorhinolaryngolRelat Spec, 2011. 73(4): 206-11.
22. Wang, H., X.B. Long, P.P. Cao, N. Wang, Y. Liu, Y.H. Cui, S.K. Huang, and Z. Liu. Clara cell 10-kD protein suppresses chitinase 3-like 1 expression associated with eosinophilic chronic rhinosinusitis. Am J RespirCrit Care Med, 2010. 181(9): 908-16.
23. Liu, Y., X. Lu, H.J. Yu, X.Y. Hua, Y.H. Cui, S.K. Huang, and Z. Liu. The expression of osteopontin and its association with Clara cell 10 kDa protein in allergic rhinitis. ClinExp Allergy, 2010. 40(11): 1632-41.
24. Xu, G., L. Zhang, D.Y. Wang, R. Xu, Z. Liu, D.M. Han, X.D. Wang, K.J. Zuo, and H.B. Li. Opposing roles of IL-17A and IL-25 in the regulation of TSLP production in human nasal epithelial cells. Allergy, 2010. 65(5): 581-9.
25.Zhang, X.H., X. Lu, X.B. Long, X.J. You, Q.X. Gao, Y.H. Cui, and Z. Liu. Chronic rhinosinusitis with and without nasal polyps is associated with decreased expression of glucocorticoid-induced leucine zipper. ClinExp Allergy, 2009. 39(5): 647-54.
26.Lu, X., X.H. Zhang, H. Wang, X.B. Long, X.J. You, Q.X. Gao, Y.H. Cui, and Z. Liu. Expression of osteopontin in chronic rhinosinusitis with and without nasal polyps. Allergy, 2009. 64(1): 104-11.
27.Long, X.B., G.B. Sun, S. Hu, G.T. Liang, N. Wang, X.H. Zhang, P.P. Cao, H.T. Zhen, Y.H. Cui, and Z. Liu. Let-7a microRNA functions as a potential tumor suppressor in human laryngeal cancer. Oncol Rep, 2009. 22(5): 1189-95
28.Liu, Z., X. Lu, X.H. Zhang, B.S. Bochner, X.B. Long, F. Zhang, H. Wang, and Y.H. Cui. Clara cell 10-kDa protein expression in chronic rhinosinusitis and its cytokine-driven regulation in sinonasal mucosa. Allergy, 2009. 64(1): 149-57.
29. Cui, Y.H., F. Zhang, Z.G. Xiong, X.J. You, Q.X. Gao, and Z. Liu. Increased serum complement component 3 and mannose-binding lectin levels in adult Chinese patients with chronic rhinosinusitis. Rhinology, 2009. 47(2): 187-91.
30. Cao, P.P., H.B. Li, B.F. Wang, S.B. Wang, X.J. You, Y.H. Cui, D.Y. Wang, M. Desrosiers, and Z. Liu. Distinct immunopathologic characteristics of various types of chronic rhinosinusitis in adult Chinese. J Allergy ClinImmunol, 2009. 124(3): 478-84.
31.Xu, G., J. Xia, X. Hua, H. Zhou, C. Yu, Z. Liu, K. Cai, J. Shi, and H. Li. Activated mammalian target of rapamycin is associated with T regulatory cell insufficiency in nasal polyps. Respir Res, 2009. 10: 13.
32. Zhang, F., Z.G. Xiong, P.P. Cao, X.J. You, Q.X. Gao, Y.H. Cui, and Z. Liu. Lack of association of Clara cell 10-kDa protein gene variant with chronic rhinosinusitis in a Chinese Han population. Am J Rhinol, 2008. 22(4): 376-80.
33.Li, H.B., K.M. Cai, Z. Liu, J.H. Xia, Y. Zhang, R. Xu, and G. Xu. Foxp3+ T regulatory cells (Tregs) are increased in nasal polyps (NP) after treatment with intranasal steroid. ClinImmunol, 2008. 129(3): 394-400.
34.Wang, H., X. Lu, P.P. Cao, Y. Chu, X.B. Long, X.H. Zhang, X.J. You, Y.H. Cui, and Z. Liu.Histological and immunological observations of bacterial and allergic chronic rhinosinusitis in the mouse.Am J Rhinol, 2008. 22(4): 343-8.
35.Kong, W.J., S. Zhang, C.K. Guo, Y.J. Wang, X. Chen, S.L. Zhang, D. Zhang, Z. Liu, and W. Kong. Effect of methylation-associated silencing of the death-associated protein kinase gene on nasopharyngeal carcinoma. Anticancer Drugs, 2006. 17(3): 251-9.
36. Liu, Z., J. Kim, J.P. Sypek, I.M. Wang, H. Horton, F.G. Oppenheim, and B.S. Bochner. Gene expression profiles in human nasal polyp tissues studied by means of DNA microarray. J Allergy ClinImmunol, 2004. 114(4): 783-90.