Chen Hualan

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Chen Hualan
 
Chen Hualan,Researcher and PhD Supervisor at Harbin Veterinary Research Institute of Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences.

Chen Hualan is an animal virologist. She obtained her PhD from the Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences in 1997, and did post-doctoral research at the U.S. Centers for Disease Control from 1999 till 2002.

In 2002, Chen began working as researcher and PhD supervisor at Harbin Veterinary Research Institute of Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences, and also was the director of the National Bird Flu Research Laboratory. 

Since 1994, Chen has focused on basic and applied research on the avian influenza virus and its prevention and control. She has published more than 30 avian flu-related research papers in major international academic journals and developed various avian flu vaccines, 50 billion doses of which have been sold in China and overseas.

Chen was awarded successively the National Science and Technology Progress Award, second prize in the National Technological Invention Awards, and the China Agricultural Elites Award.

 

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  • Chen Hualan
    February 18, 2011   Editor:  Lin Lin

    Chen Hualan
     
    Chen Hualan,Researcher and PhD Supervisor at Harbin Veterinary Research Institute of Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences.

    Chen Hualan is an animal virologist. She obtained her PhD from the Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences in 1997, and did post-doctoral research at the U.S. Centers for Disease Control from 1999 till 2002.

    In 2002, Chen began working as researcher and PhD supervisor at Harbin Veterinary Research Institute of Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences, and also was the director of the National Bird Flu Research Laboratory. 

    Since 1994, Chen has focused on basic and applied research on the avian influenza virus and its prevention and control. She has published more than 30 avian flu-related research papers in major international academic journals and developed various avian flu vaccines, 50 billion doses of which have been sold in China and overseas.

    Chen was awarded successively the National Science and Technology Progress Award, second prize in the National Technological Invention Awards, and the China Agricultural Elites Award.