ZHONG, YI

Release date:2016-06-06  Release:

ZHONG, YI

Associate Professor of Medicinal Chemistry

Department of Medicinal Chemistry

School of Pharmacy

Phone: 86-25-83271414

Email: ynzhyi@sina.com

Research Summary

ZHONG YI, born in 1972, is an Associate Professor in Department of Medicinal Chemistry. He has been worked as a teacher in China Pharmaceutical University after graduation in 1996. He got a master's degree in Medicinal Chemistry in 2002. Zhong Yi undertakes teaching pharmaceutical chemistry experiment and theory courses. He is a licensed pharmacist and also bears exam training work of the National Licensed Pharmacist Examination. Zhong Yi is engaged in scientific research in small molecule design, synthesis studies such as for diabetes and anti-tumor drugs. He participated in a number of national researches and the projects from Natural Science Foundation of Jiangsu Province. Zhong Yi published several articles.Heedited and also joined the edition of some teaching textbooks.

Education

2002       M.S., Medicinal ChemistryChina Pharmaceuticals University

1996       B.S., Medicinal ChemistryChina Pharmaceuticals University

Academic Experience

1996-      Associate Professor of Medicinal Chemistry. China Pharmaceuticals University

Awards and Honors


Publications

(1) Qian Zhao(#)Xi XuZhouling XieXiao LiuQidong YouQinglong GuoYi Zhong(*)Zhiyu Li(*)Design, synthesis and biological evaluation of 3-substituted indenoisoquinoline derivatives as topoisomerase I inhibitorsBioorganic & Medicinal Chemistry Letters2016263):1068-1072

(2) Liu, Juan(#)Wang, LongZhang, AisenDi, WenjuanZhang, XiaoWu, LinYu, JingZha, JuanminLv, ShanCheng, PengHu, MiaoLi, YujieQi, HanmeiDing, Guoxian(*)Zhong, Yi(*)Adipose tissue-targeted 11beta-hydroxysteroid dehydrogenase type 1 inhibitor protects against diet-induced obesity.Endocr J2011583):199-209

(3)Wang L1, Liu JZhang ACheng PZhang XLv SWu LYu JDi WZha JKong XQi HZhong Y, Ding G.BVT.2733, a Selective 11 beta-Hydroxysteroid Dehydrogenase Type 1 Inhibitor, Attenuates Obesity and Inflammation in Diet-Induced Obese Mice Plos One, 7(7), 2012/7/2.