Haifeng Chen, Ph.D.
Dr. Haifeng Chen received his B.S. degree in Traditional Chinese Medicine (2000) and Ph.D. in chemistry of natural products (2005) from Shenyang Pharmaceutical University. He then performed two years of postdoctoral work in the Research Institute of Tsinghua University in Shenzhen. Till now, he served as Professor and Assistant to the Dean in School of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Xiamen University (2013). He is an author of over 50 publications, co-inventor of 14 applied patents. He is also the peer reviewer of several journals, including Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry、European Journal of Medicinal Chemistry、International Journal of Molecular Sciences、Journal of Molecular Catalysis B、Molecules, etc.
His current research interests are mainly in the areas of bio-guided natural products drug discovery and development from herbal plant and microorganism resources, especially in the fields of cancer chemotherapy, Diabetes, AD and AIDS, etc. He is also interested in the quality control and development of Traditional Chinese Medicine. He has been supported by more than 20 program projects recent years, including the National Natural Science Foundation of China, Fujian major program grant, Xiamen Science and Technology Key program grant, and Fundamental Research Funds for the Central Universities, etc.
Ting Lin, Assistant Professor
Ph.D. Xiamen University, China
Dr. Lin graduated from China Pharmaceutical University (bachelor's degree) in 2003 and worked in Fujian Institute of Microbiology as a research associate for the next year. Majored in microbiology in Xiamen University from 2004 to 2009 (Master and Doctor) including visiting scholar in University of Nebraska Lincoln (2007.08-2008.08). He has worked in School of Pharmaceutical Sciences Xiamen University as assistant professor since 2009.
Selected Publications:（last 5 years）
Zhubao Zhang, Qiang Luo, Zhaoxin Li, Xiaowen Yan, Yacui Luo, Limin Yang, Haifeng Chen*and Qiuquan Wang*.Integrins-Targeted Fluorescence Imaging and Element Mass Spectrometry Quantification of Cancer Cells with a Trifunctional Probe: a “Seeing and Counting” Approach for Potential Cancer Early Diagnosis. Analytical chemistry. 2012, 84(21): 8946-8951.
Wenchao Ou, Haifeng Chen*, Yun Zhong, Benrong Liu, ShiMing Liu, Keji Chen. Inhibition of Platelet Activation and Aggregation by Furostanol Saponins Isolated from the Bulbs of Allium Macrostemon Bunge. American Journal of the Medical Sciences, 2012, 344(4): 261-267.
Dongping Liu, Guiping Kong, Quancheng Chen , Guanghui Wang,Jie Li, Yang Xu, Ting lin, Yingpu Tian, Xiaokun Zhang, Xinsheng Yao, Gensheng Feng, Zhongxian Lu and Haifeng Chen*.Fatty acids as natural specific inhibitors of the proto-oncogenic protein Shp2. Bioorganic & Medicinal Chemistry Letters. 2011, 21: 6833-6837
Dongping Liu, Qiang Luo, Guanghui Wang, Yang Xu, Xiaokun Zhang, Quancheng Chen, Haifeng Chen*. Furocoumarin derivatives from Radix Angelicae Dahuricae and their effects on RXRα transcriptional regulation. Molecules. 2011, 16: 6339-6348.
Ting Lin, Guanghui Wang, Xiang Lin, Zhiyu Hu, Quancheng Chen, Yang Xu, Xiaokun Zhangand Haifeng Chen*. Three New Oblongolides from Phomopsis sp. XZ-01, an Endophytic Fungus from Camptotheca acuminate. Molecules. 2011, 16: 3351-3359.
Yanyan Bu, Tao Shi, Minghui Meng, Guiping Kong, Yingpu Tian, Quancheng Chen, Xinsheng Yao, Gensheng Feng, Haifeng Chen*, Zhongxian Lu. A novel screening model for molecular drug for diabetes and obesity based on the tyrosine phosphatase Shp2. Bioorganic & Medicinal Chemistry Letters. 2011, 21: 874-878.