Sino - Danish Breast Cancer Research Centre
Molecular Disease Biology Section
Department of Veterinary 
Disease Biology
Faculty of Health and 
Medical Sciences
University of Copenhagen
c/o Danish Cancer Society
Strandboulevarden 49
DK-2100 Copenhagen Ø

Tel.: + 45 35 33 28 28

Gertrud Krarup
Tel. no.: + 45 35 33 22 38

Fax: + 45 35 33 27 55
EAN no.: 5790000299379

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Chinese Collaborators

Our Chinese collaborators, BGI, operate on several Chinese locations.                 (Please see map below).

In addition to the above locations, a department has been established at COBIS (Copenhagen BioCentre) at the University of Copenhagen.


Our primary Chinese Collaborators

Dr. Yang Huanming 

Dr. Yang Huanming, also known as Dr. Henry Yang, is one of China's leading genetics researchers. Yang directs the Beijing Genomics Institute at the Chinese Academy of Sciences in Beijing, China. Yang received his BSc from Hangzhou University (Zhejiang University) in 1978, followed by a master's degree in biology in 1982 from the Nanjing Railroad Medical Institute (now Southeast University). Yang earned his PhD in 1988 at the Institute of Medical Genetics, University of Copenhagen, Denmark. He then completed his post-doctoral training in Europe (at CIML, INSERM/CNRS, Marseille, France, 1988–90) and in the United States (at Harvard Medical School and UCLA, 1990–94).Yang's work includes the mapping and cloning of human genes, the sequencing and analysis of the human genome, human genome diversity and evolution, and the ethical, legal, and social issues related to genome research.

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WANG Jun (WJ), who was born on June 4, 1976, earned his PhD from the Peking University in 2002, the same year as he received the national excellent PhD thesis for highest academic standing from the Ministry of Education, China.
The Bioinformatics Department at Beijing Genomics Institute (BGI) was founded by his efforts in 1999. It is now widely recognized as one of China’s premier research facilities, committed to excellence in genome sciences. WJ has been leading the scientific direction and daily operation of BGI genomics and its informatics research since 2002. In 2003 WJ was appointed associate director and professor at BGI. During 2004-06 he was invited Visiting Professor at the University of Aarhus, Denmark. WJ was then appointed as Ole Rømer Professor at the University of Southern Denmark since September 2006. In 2005 he was appointed Professor of genomics (personal chair) at the Life Science College, Peking University and since 2007 he has chaired the same position at the University of Aarhus, Denmark.

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 Wang Jun

Si-Qi Liu
Professor and PhD Si-qi Liu is the Director of the proteomic Research Center at Beijing Institute of Genomics and a member of the Chinese Academy of Sciences.