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Editor - Shunlin Ren | Department of Internal Medicine, Virginia | 2016
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Journal of Bioanalysis & Biomedicine
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Shunlin Ren

Shunlin Ren
Shunlin Ren
Associate Professor
Department of Internal Medicine
Virginia Commonwealth University
Tel. 804-675-500-049-73


Shunlin Ren is an Associate Professor at McGuire VA Medical Center/Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA. He is Reviewer of Grant Application 2009-2012 Department of Veterans Affairs Joint Biomedical Laboratory Research and Development Scientific Merit Review Board USA; IAR Reviewer Meeting 2009/10 ZRG1 DKUSA 58 National Institute of Health Bethesda MD; Co-Chairman 2001 Present Medical Service Safety Committee McGuire VA Medical Center Richmond, VA, USA. He received his PhD in Biochemistry from Medical College of Virginia Richmond Virginia in 1992; and his Master of Medicine from School of Medicine Shanghai Medical University, Shanghai, China in 1986. He is serving as an editorial board member of 2 reputed journals; and as a reviewer of 10 journals. He has published 41 peer reviewed papers and 57 abstracts.

Research Interest

Structural characterization of lipids by HPLC, enzymatic digestion, MS, MS-MS, NMR analysis. Cholesterol and triglyceride metabolism and regulation. Oxysterol chemical synthesis. Lipid metabolic disorders. Atherosclerosis. Drug research and development.