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					         Curriculum vitae of Hefeng Huang

Hefeng Huang
Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology
Women’s Hospital, School of medicine, Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, China
Tel: (86)-571-87217050

December 1982: M.D. Zhejiang Medical University, China.
June 1989: M.Phil, Zhejiang Medical University, China.
May 1997-May 1998: Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Cincinnati, USA

Academic positions
June 1998-: Professor, School of medicine, Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, China
October 2010-: Visiting Professor, University of Adelaide, Australia

Research Interest
1. Basic and clinical research on the assisted reproductive technology
2. Human reproductive genetics
3. Mechanisms underlying embryo implantation and infertility

Members of Editorial Board
Fertility and Sterility
Reproductive Biology and Endocrinology
Journal of Ovarian Research

Professional Association and committee memberships
Vice Chairman of Chinese Society of Reproductive Medicine
Peer-reviewed publications (*Corresponding author):
1. Liu AX, He WH, Yin LJ, Lv PP, Zhang Y, Sheng JZ, Leung PCK, Huang HF*.
   Sustained endoplasmic reticulum stress as a cofactor of oxidative stress in
   decidual cells from patients with early pregnancy loss. JOURNAL OF
   ahead of print] doi:10.1210/jc.2010-2192
2. Luo Q, Chen XJ, Ding GL, Dong MY, Huang HF*. Downregulative effects of
   nitric oxide on oocyte fertilization and embryo development: possible roles of
   nitric oxide in the pathogenesis of endometriosis-associated infertility.
3. Wang TT, Wu YT, Dong MY, Sheng JZ, Leung PC, Huang HF*. G546A
   polymorphism of growth differentiation factor-9 contributes to the poor outcome
   of ovarian stimulation in women with diminished ovarian reserve. FERTILITY
   AND STERILITY 2010 Nov;94(6):2490-2.
4. Ding GL, Chen XJ, Luo Q, Dong MY, Wang N, Huang HF*. Attenuated oocyte
   fertilization and embryo development associated with altered growth factor/signal
   transduction induced by endometriotic peritoneal fluid. FERTILITY AND
   STERILITY 2010, 93(8):2538-2544.
5. Qu F, Wang FF, Lu XE, Dong MY, Sheng JZ, Lv PP, Ding GL, Shi BW, Zhang
   D, Huang HF*. Altered aquaporin expression in women with polycystic ovary
   syndrome: hyperandrogenism in follicular fluid inhibits aquaporin-9 in granulosa
   cells   through   the   phosphatidylinositol   3-kinase    pathway.    HUMAN
   REPRODUCTION 2010, 25(6):1441-1450.
6. Feng C, Wang LQ, Dong MY, Huang HF*. Assisted reproductive technology
   may increase clinical mutation detection in male offspring. FERTILITY AND
   STERILITY 2008, 90(1):92-96.
7. Zhang Y, Zhang YL, Feng C, Wu YT, Liu AX; Sheng, JZ, Cai J, Huang HF*.
   Comparative proteomic analysis of human placenta derived from assisted
   reproductive technology. PROTEOMICS 2008, 8(20):4344-4356.
8. Li ZX, Wang TT, Wu YT, Xu CM, Dong MY, Sheng JZ, Huang HF*.
    Adriamycin induces H2AX phosphorylation in human spermatozoa. ASIAN
    JOURNAL OF ANDROLOGY 2008.10(5):749-757.
9. Li MG, Ding GL, Chen XJ, Lu XP, Dong LJ, Dong MY, Yang XF, Lu XE,
    Huang HF*. Association of serum and follicular fluid leptin concentrations with
    granulosa cell phosphorylated signal transducer and activator of transcription 3
    expression in fertile patients with polycystic ovarian syndrome. JOURNAL OF
    CLINICAL               ENDOCRINOLOGY               &         METABOLISM          2007,
10. Li ZX, Yang J, Huang HF*. Oxidative stress induces H2AX phosphorylation in
    human spermatozoa. FEBS LETTERS 2006, 580(26):6161-6168.
11. Huang HF*, He RH, Sun CC, Zhang Y, Meng QX, Ma YY. Function of
    aquaporins       in     female     and    male   reproductive      systems.   HUMAN
    REPRODUCTION UPDATE 2006, 12(6):785-795.
12. Wang LQ, Huang HF*, Jin F, Qian YL, Cheng Q. High frequency of Y
    chromosome microdeletions in idiopathic azoospermic men with high
    follicle-stimulating hormone levels. FERTILITY AND STERILITY 2005,
13. Huang HF*, Wang B, Yang XF, Luo Q, Sheng JZ. Nitric oxide mediates
    inhibitory effect of leptin on insulin-like growth factor I augmentation of 17
    beta-estradiol        production   in    human   granulosa    cells.   BIOLOGY    OF
    REPRODUCTION 2005, 72(1):102-106.

More than 80 Peer-reviewed publications in recent 5 years.

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