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Sy Duong-Quy

Sy Duong-Quy
Associate Professor
Physician of Cochin Hospital
Paris Descartes University
France 

Biography

Associate Professor Sy Duong-Quy has received his PhD from Paris Est University in the field of Physio-pathology. Currently, he is working as Physician of Cochin Hospital - Paris Descartes University and Lam Dong Medical College. He has successfully completed his Administrative responsibilities as Director of Lam Dong Medical College – Dalat City. His primary research interests include the role of NOS/NO and RhoA/Rho-kinase signalisation pathways in modulation of vascular tone. He has received award from French Nitric Oxide Club in 2008. He is serving as an Editorial Member of some reputed journals like European Respiratory Journal (ERJ) and Expert Reviewer for some journals like ERJ, International Journal of Molecular Sciences. He is also Editor in Chief of French Vietnamese Journal of Pulmonology AND Executive Editor of Journal of Vascular Medicine and Surgery. He has published more than 40 articles in peer-reviewed journals and is an author of 4 monographs. He is actually Gold Member of European Respiratory Society, Fellow of American College of Chest Physicians, Member of Honor of French Post-University Graduated Pulmonology Association...

Research Interest

His primary research interests include the role of NOS/NO and RhoA/Rho-kinase signalisation pathways in modulation of vascular tone.

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