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Investigation of Tarim University in SNNU

On April 29th, Zhang Lili, vice president of Tarim University, and his entourage came to the school to investigate the management of key laboratories and postgraduate education. Vice President Dong Zhibao, heads of the Department of Science and Technology, Graduate School, Laboratory Construction and Management Office, School of Life Sciences, and Key Laboratory of Pharmaceutical Resources and Natural Medicine Chemistry of the Ministry of Education attended the symposium. The meeting was presided over by Tang Sanyi, Director of the Science and Technology Department.




Dong Zhao welcomed Zhang Lili and his party and introduced the school's characteristics, scientific research, and personnel training. Regarding the management of key laboratories, he introduced the construction management methods and measures from three aspects: the school’s focus on top-level design, strengthening of interdisciplinary efforts, and improving the performance of key laboratory construction. At the same time, he hopes that the two schools will exchange and learn from each other and jointly create a new situation of cooperation and development.


Zhang Lili introduced the development of scientific research and discipline construction of Tarim University and explained the content of the survey for the development of the school. She hoped that through this survey, she learned about the management experience of Shaanxi Normal University and continued to deepen the exchanges and cooperation between the two universities.


The heads of participating departments and units conducted exchanges on the research content of key laboratory construction and guarantee, and postgraduate training and education.




After the meeting, Zhang Lili and her entourage investigated the key laboratory of medicinal resources and natural medicinal chemistry of the Ministry of Education.

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