Chen Wenkai, Deputy Director of Bureau of Science and Technology for Development, CAS, and Delegation Visited the Demonstration Site in Thailand


      On December 6th, Chen Wenkai, Deputy Director of Bureau of Science and Technology for Development, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Tian Yongsheng, Director of Intellectual Property Department, and other leaders came to Ramathibodi Hospital, Mahidol University in Thailand. They also had in-depth communication with Piyamitr, Dean of Ramathibodi Hospital, Boonsong, deputy dean, and relevant experts on the clinical research and application of non-invasive diabetes detector in Thailand.




       The non-invasive diabetes detector is developed by Liu Yong group, Institute of Applied Technology, CAS. It can be used for early screening of diabetes and risk assessment of complications. In September, 2017, the Belt and Road project of CAS named ‘Application, Demonstration and Promotion of Non-invasive Diabetes Detector in Thailand’ was launched. It means the first overseas clinical cooperative research base was established successfully at Ramathibodi hospital in Thailand. Ramathibodi Hospital is one of the most prestigious hospitals in Thailand. It is a medical, teaching and scientific research institution integrating clinical and basic research.

       During the seminar, Dean Piyamitr said that the incidence of diabetes in Southeast Asia is high, and there is an urgent need for the new non-invasive technique for diabetes. The non-invasive detection device for diabetes has great significance for the prevention and control of diabetes. Chen Wenkai, Deputy Director highly appraised the non-invasive diabetes detection, and said that the two sides should increase the frequency of mutual visits, and strengthen contacts in many aspects to establish in-depth cooperation.



      Ms. Chen Wenkai and the delegations were shown around by Dr. Arkom, the person in charge of clinical research in Thailand. They visited the Department of Endocrinology and Health Management Center and non-invasive diabetes detector. At present, the equipment is in good use, and the research progress is in an orderly manner. CASHIPS will continue cooperative relationship with Thailand so as to promote China's science and technology to go abroad as soon as possible and play a very important role of ‘The Belt and Road’.
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