Mr Wei Guo
Wei Guo - PhD student at University of Adelaide
My research interest is translational research of finding new targets to improve curative effect in breast cancer treatment. My previous project was about studying the effect of autophagy in breast cancer cell lines. Currently I'm studying on discovering the mechanism of ER reprograming in breast cancer and how it will affect ER-targeted therapy against BCa.
PHD Student Jul 2017 – 2020.
Sichuan University Master's degree, Field Of Study Medicine 2011 – 2016.
Sichuan University Bachelor's degree, Field Of Study Preclinical medicine 2006 – 2011.
Sichuan University Bachelor's degree, Field Of Study English Language and Literature, General 2008 – 2010
My research interest is translational research of finding new targets to improve curative effect in breast cancer treatment. My previous project was about studying the effect of autophagy in breast cancer cell lines in Laboratory of Molecular Diagnosis of Cancer, West China Hospital. Currently I'm studying for my PhD degree in Dame Roma Mitchell Cancer Research Laboratories, the University of Adelaide, and focusing on discovering the mechanism and effect of ER reprograming on breast cancer
|2017||PhD student||University of Adelaide, Adelaide|
|Chinese (Mandarin)||Can read, write, speak, understand spoken and peer review|
|English||Can read, write, speak, understand spoken and peer review|
|Japanese||Can read and understand spoken|
|2017||University of Adelaide, Adelaide||Australia||PhD|
|2011 - 2015||West China Medical Centre Sichuan University||China||master of medicine(oncology)|
|2006 - 2011||West China Medical Centre Sichuan University||China||bachelor of medicine(preclinical medicine)|
|2017||HDR student||The University of Adelaide||Australia|
|2011 - 2016||postgraduate student(master degree)||West China Medical Center of Sichuan University, Chengdu||China|
|2018||Jiang, L., Zhu, R., Bu, Q., Li, Y., Shao, X., Gu, H., . . . Cen, X. (2018). Brain renin-angiotensin system blockade attenuates methamphetamine-Induced hyperlocomotion and neurotoxicity. Neurotherapeutics, 15(2), 500-510.
|2016||Guo, W., Wang, Y., Wang, Z., Wang, Y. -P., & Zheng, H. (2016). Inhibiting autophagy increases epirubicin's cytotoxicity in breast cancer cells.. Cancer science, 107(11), 1610-1621.
DOI Europe PMC6
Beacon of Enlightenment PhD Scholarship, University of Adelaide, 04/08/2017-
|2011 - 2016||Member||West China School of Medicine/West China Hospital, Sichuan University||China|