Jianping Xie, PhD
Professor, Deputy Director
Institute of Modern Biopharmaceuticals, School of Life Sciences
Southwest University, Chongqing, 400715
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Current appointment: Professor in Microbiology, cell biology, immunology (since June, 2003)
Education and professional qualifications:
1989-1993 BS, Southwest Normal University, Biology
1993-1996 Tutor, School of Life Sciences, Southwest Normal University
1996-1999 Master, Fudan University, Microbiology (molecular genetics)
1999-2002 PhD, Fudan University, Microbiology (molecular immunology)
1993-present Southwest University faculty (before merged and renamed in 2005, Southwest Normal University)
2001-2003.5 Associate professor, Southwest University
2003.6– present Professor, Southwest University
2009.1- 2010.1 Visiting professor at Public Health Research Institute, global TB center, Medical School, University of Medicine and Dentistry New Jersey (Rutgers University) sponsored by China Scholarship Council.
2011.2-2011.3 Senior research fellow at Bloomburg school of Public Health, Johns Hopkins University
2012.7-2012.8 Senior research Scholar at Weil Cornel Medical School sponsored by China Scholarship Council.
2015.3-2015.4 Senior research Scholar at Perlam Medical School, University of Pennsylvania, sponsored by China Scholarship Council.
2016.12-2017.1 Senior research Scholar at Perlam Medical School, University of Pennsylvania, sponsored by China Scholarship Council.
2018.1-2018.2 Senior research Scholar at Public Health Research Institute, global TB center, Medical School, Rutgers University, sponsored by China Scholarship Council.
Research Interests: 1). Antimicrobial resistance, Microbial toxins, and the pathogenesis, particularly the Mycobacterium; 2). The immune determinants contribute to the outcome of Mycobacterium infection.3) Novel measures to combat TB based on the pathogen-host interactions; 4) Phage functional genomics, new antibiotics, pharmaceutical microbes strains genetic engineering;5) Big data, microbiome and Microbial Ecology relevant to human health, environmental especially Karst rocky desertification region and global biogeochemical cycle.