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Biography

Name: Jun Wu

Birth Place: Chongqing

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E-mail: junwupro1@yahoo.com.cnor wu54006@foxmail.com


Education:

l        1979.07-1984.07 Department of Clinical Medicine, the Third Military Medical University, bachelor’s degree of medicine.

l        1984.09-1987.07 Graduate student majoring in pathology, the Third Military Medical University, master’s degree of medical pathology

 

Work experience:

l        Assistant, then instructor of Department of Pathology, the Third Military Medical University

l        Visiting Research Fellow engaging in immunology of transplantation, in Academy of Medicine, University of Verona, Italy

l        1995.02-present  Professor engaging in wound healing and transplantation immunology in the Institute of Burn Research, Southwest Hospital, the Third Military Medical University; Supervisor of master and doctor student.

 

Present post and rank:

l        Director of Institute of Burn Research, Southwest Hospital, Third Military Medical University

l        Vice chairman of Chinese Doctor Society of Burn Injury

l        Vice chairman of the Organ Transplantation Committee of PLA

l        Vice chairman of Burn Injury Committee of PLA

l        Vice chairman of Chongqing Bioengineering Society, China

l        Commissioner of Society of Organ Transplantation, Chinese Medical Association

l        Director of Chongqing Key Lab for Diseases Proteomics

 

Achievements

l        Second-class prize winner of the National Science and Technology Advancement, 2006

l        Second-class prize winner of the Science and Technology Advancement of PLA, 2003

l        Williams Prize winner of Israel Burn Society, 1992

 

 

Fundings

l        Precise diagnosis of burn injury depth by multi-spectral imaging. 1,750,000RMB NSFC 2010

l        Graft Sustenance System. 300,000RMB The Scientific and Technological Committee of Chongqing 2008

l        Construction of Chongqing Key laboratory of Proteomics of Disease. 1,000,000RMB The Scientific and Technological Committee of Chongqing 2006

l        The role of the interaction between P311 and ITGB4BP in the trans-differentiation of myofibroblast. 280,000RMB NSFC 2007

l        Study of the key technology of chitin and animal-derived material tissue engineering skin. 8,000,000RMB The National High Technology Research and Development Project of China (863 Project) 2007

l        The regulatory roles of ITGB4BP in hypertrophic scar formation. 900,000RMB National Key Lab Fundation 2008

l        Gene modified pig skin as the biodressing for burn wounds. 12,000,000RMB National Dev&Ref Dept Industrial Fundation 2005

 

Publications:

1.         Wang X, Yuan J, Hu J, Wu J*, Gan C, He W, and Luo G. Tolerant T Cells Inhibit Natural Killer Cells Function in Antigen-Presenting Cells in an Independent Fashion. Transplantation Proceedings 2009, 41, 1844–1847 *Corresponding author

2.         Tan J, Peng X, Luo G, Ma B, Cao C, He W, Yuan S, Li S, Wilkins JA, Wu J. Investigating the role of P311 in the hypertrophic scar.PLoS One2010, 5(4): e9995.*Corresponding author

3.         Luo G, Wu J*, Chen X, He W, Yi S, Xie Z, Zheng J and Zhu J. CTLA4Ig Introduced by Adenovirus Vector Locally to Prolong the Survival of Xenogeneic Skin Grafts on Rat Burn Wounds. Journal of Trauma 2005, 59:1209–1215*Corresponding author

4.         Zhenggen Huang, Junjie Yang, Gaoxing Luo, Chengjun Gan, Wenguang Cheng, Shunzong Yuan, Xu Peng, Jianglin Tan, Xiaojuan Wang, Jie Hu, Shiwei Yang, Yair Reisner, Liangpeng Ge, Hong WeiPing Cheng, Jun Wu*. Embryonic porcine skin precursors can successfully develop into integrated skin without teratoma formation posttransplantation in nude mouse model. PLoS One 2010, 5: e8717-8722*Corresponding author

5.         Wang XJ, Hu J, Yuan J, Peng YM, Gui L, He WF, Tan JL, Luo GX, Wu J*. Activated T cells inhibit NK cell-mediated tumor rejection. Scandinavian Journal of Immunology 2009, 69:337-341*Corresponding author

6.         Jia X, Gan C, Xiao K, He W, Zhang T, Huang C, Wu X, Luo G, Wang X, Hu J, Tan J, Zhang X, Larsen PM, Wu J*. Detection of Urinary Biomarkers for Early Diagnosis of Acute Renal Allograft Rejection by Proteomic Analysis. Proteomics-Clinical Application 2009, 3: 694-704 *Corresponding author

7.         Dai F, Shi D, He W, Wu J*, Luo G, Yi S, Xu J, Chen X. hCTLA4-gene modified human bone marrow derived mesenchymal stem cells as allogeneic seed cells in bone tissue engineering. Tissue Engineering 2006; 12(9):2583-2590 (*correspondence author)

8.         Wang R, Gan C, Gao W, He W, Wang X, Peng Y, Zhuo J, Tan J, Peng X, Wu J*, Luo G. A novel recombinant immunotoxin with the smallest ribosome-inactivating protein Luffin P1: T cell cytotoxicity and prolongation of allograft survival. J Cell Mol Med  2010, 14(3):578-86  (*Correspondence author)

9.         He W, Hao J, Dong S, Gao Y, Tao J, Chi H, Flavell R, O'Brien RL, Born WK, Craft J, Han J, Wang P, Zhao L, Wu J, Yin Z. Naturally activated V gamma 4 gamma delta T cells play a protective role in tumor immunity through expression of eomesodermin.J Immunol.2010 185(1):126-33

10.     Wang Y, Wei H, Ni Y, Ge L, Liu Q, Mao X, Zhao Y, Wu J. Transgenic Expression of Cytotoxic T-Lymphocyte-Associated Antigen 4-Immunoglobulin Prolongs Xenogeneic Skin Graft Survival Without Extensive Immunosuppression in Rat Burn Wounds. J Trauma 2008, 65: 154-162

11.     Ding H, Wu X, Wu J, Yagita H, He Y, Zhang J, Ren J, Gao W. Delivering PD-1 inhibitory signal concomitant with blocking ICOS co-stimulation suppresses lupus-like syndrome in autoimmune BXSB mice. Clin Immunol, 2006, 118(2-3): 258-267

12.     Ge L, Xiong F, Zhang W,KongW,WuJ and WeiH. In Vitro Ad5F35-Mediated CTLA4-Ig Gene Transfer Prolongs Pig Skin Xenotransplant Survival. Transplant Proc 2010, 42: 3763-3766

13.     Luo G, Peng Y, Yuan Z, Liu Y, Cheng W, Huang Y, Li X, Fitzgerald M, Wu J. Inhalation injury in southwest China--the evolution of care.Burns.2010, 36(4):506-10 (Correspondence author)

14.     Bo GP, Zhou LN, He WF, Luo GX, Jia XF, Gan CJ, Chen GX, Fang YF, Larsen PM, Wu J*. Analyses of differential proteome of human synovial fibroblasts obtained from arthritis. Clinical Rheumatology 2009, 28:191-199 (correspondence author)

15.     Gaoxing Luo, Yizhi Peng, Zhiqiang Yuan,Wenguang Cheng, Jun Wu*, Jin Tang,  Yuesheng Huang, Mark Fitzgerald. Fluid resuscitation for major burn patients with the TMMU protocol. Burns. 2009, 35(8): 1118-23 (correspondence author)

16.     Unique proteomic features induced by a potential antiglioma agent, Nordy (di-nordihydroguaiaretic acid), in glioma cells. Proteomics 2008, 8:484-494

17.     Luo G, Tang J, He W, Wu J*, Ma B, Wang X, Chen X, Yi S, Zhang X, Li X, Fitzgerald M. Antibacterial effect of dressings containing multivalent silver ion carried by zirconium phosphate on experimental rat burn wounds. Wound Repair Regen.2008, 16:800-804.*Correspondence author

18.     Cao C, Li S, Dai X, Che Y, Feng Z, Zhao Y and Wu J. Genistein inhibit s proliferation and functions of hypertrophic scar fibroblasts. Burns 2008, 35:89-97

19.     Luo G, Peng D, Zheng J, Chen X, Wu J*, Elster E, Tadaki D.The role of NO in macrophage dysfunction at early stage after burn injury. Burns 2005, 31:138-144 (*correspondence author)

20.     Wu J*, Ma B, et al. Gene Expression of Early Hypertrophic Scar Tissue Screened by Means of cDNA Microarrays. J Trauma 2004, 57: 1276-1286 (*correspondence author)

21.     Wu J*, Menapace L, Armato U, Barisoni D. Prolongation of survival of alloskin grafts with no concurrent general suppression of the burned patient’s immune system: a preliminary clinical investigation. Burns, 1996, 22(5): 353  (*correspondence author)

22.     Wu J*, Menapace L, Armato U, Barisoni D. An investigation into the mechanisms by which the human dermis does not significantly partake to the rejection of allo-skin grafts. Burns 1995, 21(1): 11 (*correspondence author)

23.     Wu J, Menapace L, Armato U, Barisoni D. Lack of relationship between the immunologic of the lymphocytic clusters formed in microtray wells.  J. Exp. Clin. Cancer Res. 1995, 14: 45

24.     Wu J*, Menapace L, Armato U, Barisoni D. Donor’s and recipient’s antigen presenting cells cooperatively enhance the allo-reactive proliferation of peripheral blood lymphocytes. Life Sci. 1994, 54(14): 1009 (*correspondence author)

25.     Wu J, Menapace L, Armato U, Barisoni D.A preferential homing of lymphocytes into the epidermis causes the inertia of dermis in allo-skin immune rejection.  FASEB J. 1994, 8: A449

26.     Wu J, Menapace L, Armato U, Barisoni D.Beta2-microglobulin-dependent positive cooperation between antigen-presenting cells.  In Vitro Cell Developm. Biol.  1994, 30A: 100

27.     Wu J*, Menapace L, Armato U, Barisoni D.A novel approach to extend the survial of skin xenografts without entailing general immunosuppression. Burns 1993, 19: 289 (*correspondence author)

28.     Wu J*, Menapace L, Armato U, Barisoni D. A β2m-McAb prevents the reactive proliferation of lymphocyte elicited by allo-human epidermal cells. J. Immuological Research 1992, 4: 21 (*correspondence author)

 

Chinese Patent: No. ZL 00103528.2

CTLA4Ig-gene transferred pig skin for burn wound covering.

 

Research interests:

1.       Transplantation immunology

2.       Wound healing, regeneration medicine and biomaterials

3.       Diseases proteomics

 

   
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