Yang Zhiqiang Professor

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Yang Zhiqiang
Professor
Lanzhou Institute of Husbandry and Pharmaceutical Sciences
Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences (CAAS)
Address: No.335, Jiangouyan Street, Qilihe District, Lanzhou, Gansu Province, 730050, P.R. China
Phone: +86–931–2115258
Fax:  +86–931–2115258
E-mail: zhiqyang2006@163.com
Education Background
 BS, Southwest University, 1982
 Major: Veterinary Medicine
Professional Titles
Professor of Clinical Veterinary Medicine, CAAS, P.R. China
Doctoral Supervisor of Graduate school of Chinese academy of agricultural sciences, P.R. China
Director, Lanzhou Institute of Husbandry and Pharmaceutical Sciences, CAAS, P.R. China
Director, Control of Diseases of Dairy Cattle Laboratory, Modern Agriculture Technology System of Ministry of Agriculture, P.R. China
Chief scientist, Research Team of Diseases of Dairy Cattle of Innovation Engineering Team and Innovation Engineering Team, CAAS, P.R. China
Chief scientist, Modernization Studies of Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine, CAAS, P.R. China
Academic leader, Cross–century Disciplinary Areas, CAAS, P.R. China
Editor-in-chief, Journal of Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine
 
Academic Researches
He was responsible for 33 scientific research projects, and won more than once Gansu Science and Technology Progress Award and Technology Achievement Award of CAAS. He has developed 8 new medicines, had 3 authorized invention patents, and published 13 academic monographs.                        
Research in Progress
“Comprehensive Control and Prevention Technology of Major Diseases” sponsored by the Ministry of Science and Technology, P.R. China
“Control and Prevention of Diseases of Dairy Cattle” sponsored by Modern Agricultural Industry Technology System, P.R. China
“Study on Key Technologies in Preparation Process of Traditional herbal Agents” sponsored by Special Fund for Agro-scientific Research in the Public Interest, Ministry of agriculture, P.R. China
“Rescue and Collection in Resources of Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine” sponsored by Ministry of sciences and technology, P.R. China
Publications
Xu, J.Y., (first author), Yang Z.Q., (Corresponding author) 2012. Prevalence of the “High-Pathogenicity Island” in Escherichia coli isolated from clinical and subclinical bovine mastitis in China. J. Anim. Vet. Adv.7:980–988.
Xu, J.Y., (first author), Yang Z.Q., (Corresponding author) 2012. Detection of High Pathogenicity Islands in Escherichia coli Isolated from Clinical and Subclinical Bovine Mastitis in Some Areas of China. Sci. Agri. Sin. 45:1199–1205.
Xu, J.Y., (first author), Yang Z.Q., (Corresponding author) 2012. Characterization and Antibiotic Resistance of Ninety-five Strains of Escherichia coli Isolated from Bovine with Mastitis in Some Regions of China. J. Agri. Biotechnol. 20: 1035–1041.
Yang, B.C., (first author), Yang Z.Q., (Corresponding author) 2012. Complete Genome Sequence of a Mink Calicivirus in China. J. Virology 86:1383–1385.
Qin, Z., (first author), Yang Z.Q., (Corresponding author) 2012. Effects of fermentation astragalus polysaccharides on experimental hepatic fibrosis. J. Anim. Vet. Adv. 11:1195–1203.
Cui, D.A., (first author), Yang Z.Q., (Corresponding author) 2014. Efficacy of herbal tincture as treatment option for retained placenta in dairy cows. Anim. Reprod. Sci. 145:23–28.
Cui, D.A., (first author), Yang Z.Q., (Corresponding author) 2014.The administration of Sheng Hua Tang immediately after delivery to reduce the incidence of retained placenta in Holstein dairy cows. Theriogenology 81:645–650.
 
Academic Memberships
Chairman of Branch Association of Veterinary toxicology of Chinese Society of Toxicolocy
Executive Director of Chinese Association of Animal Science and Veterinary Medicine
Vice–chairman of Branch Association of Veterinary Materia Medica of Chinese Association of Animal Science and Veterinary Medicine
Vice–chairman of Branch Association of Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine of Chinese
Vice–chairman of World Association of Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine
Member of National Expert Committee of Animal Disease Control
Member of Veterinary Materia Medica Evaluation Committee of Ministry of Agriculture
Member of Academic Committee of CAAS
 
Innovation Engineering Team
Team name:Research Team of Diseases of Dairy Cattle 
Team members:Yan Zuoting,Liu Yongming,Li Hongsheng,Pan Hu,Li Xinpu,Miao Xiaolou,Luo Jinyin,Wang Dongsheng,Zhang Shidong,Wang Shengyi
Major Academic Achievements
Vaccine for Bovine mastitis
The project established the pathogen strains library of bovine mastitis and revealed the infections characteristic and bacteria epidemiology of bovine mastitis in large samples by investigating the main risk factors, incidence, pathogenic bacteria flora distribution of bovine mastitis, and thus provided basis for clinical diagnosis and prevention. A LMT (Lanzhou Mastitis Test) was developed for subclinical mastitis, and multivalent vaccine was developed for the prevention of mastitis based on the main pathogen strains of bovine mastitis.
Herbal Agents for control of Bovine postpartum uterine diseases
The project revealed the infections characteristic and bacteria epidemiology of bovine endometritis in large samples by investigating the main risk factors, incidence, pathogenic bacteria flora distribution of bovine endometritis, and thus provided basis for clinical diagnosis and therapy. An herbal agent “Qing Gong Liquid” was developed for treatment of bovine endometritis based on traditional Chinese veterinary medicine theory.
Control of Bovine fertility
The project firstly investigated the relationship between traditional Chinese veterinary medicine and animal fertility based on traditional Chinese veterinary medicine theory and Western medicine theory, and thus provided basis for the development of innovative herbal agents and clinical therapy. An herbal formula “Chan Fu Kang” was developed to reduce the risk of occurrence of postpartum diseases and improve the overall puerperal healthy status. An herbal agent “Cui Qing Zhu Yun Liquid” was developed to control and prevent of poor fertility associated with ovarian dysfunction in dairy cattle.