Dr Zhou Zhi Dong graduated as a medical doctor in 1991 and had 5 years of postgraduate clinical training in internal medicine. Subsequently, Dr Zhou acquired his Ph.D from the Chinese Academy of Science in 2003, and his post-doctor training in research on Parkinson's Disease (PD) in DBS, NUS from 2003. Dr Zhou joined the National Neuroscience Institute (NNI) as a member of the National PD Translational Bench to Bedside team and continued to work on PD in NNI.
Currently, Dr Zhou is Associate Clinician Scientist at NNI and a regular rank Assistant Professor of NBD, Duke-NUS as well as a PI of NMRC grants. As a Clinician Scientist, Dr Zhou focuses on translational research on therapeutic targets in PD and other human neuron degenerative disorders. Dr Zhou is interested in searching and validating new biomarkers in PD and other neuron degenerative diseases. His work will help uncover the molecular pathogenesis of PD and identify new therapeutic targets and biomarkers to improve diagnosis, prognosis and therapy of PD.
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