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Professor Jong-Yil Chai (Seoul University, Korea) come to visit our university
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At the invitation of Hainan Medical University Press, Jong-Yil Chai, an expert in parasitology at Seoul University Medical College, South Korea, paid an academic visit to our university from February 27 to 28, 2011. Vice-President Huang Yuanhua, Vice-President Qu Shunhai, Vice-President Wu Ping and Li Jing hosted and hosted a series of academic exchanges.


On the morning of the 28th, Professor Chai came to the Hainan Medical University Press for a discussion. The whole staff of Hainan Medical University Press participated in the discussion with the professor. Professor Chai patiently answered your questions and put forward practical suggestions on the cooperation between the Journals and the International Tropical Disease Alliance. The professor believes that the Journals should not only participate in international conferences in the field of tropical diseases, but also make full use of the tropical regional advantages of Hainan Island in the future to try to host large-scale conferences. He also puts forward many constructive suggestions on the editorial work of the Asia Pacific Journal of Tropical Medicine. Subsequently, the leader of the Journals invited Professor Chai to visit the Institute of Tropical Diseases and the Parasitic Teaching and Research Department of our university. Tan Guanghong, Guo hong, Lyu Gang and other experts warmly received and held brief talks.


On the afternoon of the 28th, Professor Chai gave a lecture on malaria recurrence in Korea from 1997 to 2009.


Professor Jong-Yil Chai is the Secretary-General of the International Union of Tropical Diseases and the Editor-in-Chief of the Korean Parasitic Journal. He enjoys a high reputation in the field of tropical diseases. Professor's visit will further strengthen academic exchanges and business exchanges between the two schools.

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