Delegation from Tianjin University of Traditional Chinese Medicine and University of Ghana Visited Yiling Pharmaceutical
Nov 30,2023 | YILING
Recently, a delegation consisting of Li Hainan, Vice Dean of the School of International Education at Tianjin University of Chinese Medicine, Regina Appiah Opong, Professor of Clinical Pathology at the University of Ghana, Kwame Benoit Nguessan Banga, Associate Professor of Pharmacology and Toxicology at the University of Ghana, and Emmanuel Kofi Kumathiae, Senior Research Officer at the Ministry of Health of Ghana, visited Yiling Pharmaceutical. Sun Xuefei, General Manager of Yiling Pharmaceutical International Trade Center Accompanied by Jin Xiaoxia, Director of Business Operations and Director of Network Disease Promotion Department, the two sides had in-depth discussions on a series of topics related to China Canada medical and health cooperation.
The Ghanaian delegation inspected the Yiling Pharmaceutical Innovation Achievement Transformation Exhibition Hall
During the inspection period, the delegation visited the Yiling Pharmaceutical Industry Innovation Achievement Transformation Exhibition Hall and the Traditional Chinese Medicine Simulation and Realistic Exhibition Base, and highly praised the development achievements of Yiling Pharmaceutical Industry in modernizing and industrializing traditional Chinese medicine, and promoting its internationalization.
Jin Xiaoxia, Director of Business Operations and Director of Network Disease Promotion Department of Yiling Pharmaceutical, delivered a speech at the meeting.
At the symposium, a delegation led by Jin Xiaoxia, Director of Business Operations and Director of Network Disease Promotion Department of Ling Pharmaceutical, gave a detailed introduction to the development process of network disease theory. Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) collateral disease has been listed as a key and advantageous discipline of the State Administration of Traditional Chinese Medicine. It has become a learning course for undergraduate and master's students in more than 40 higher medical institutions across the country, including Capital Medical University, China Medical University, Nanjing University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, etc., benefiting nearly 100000 medical students. The English version of "Collateralology" has been distributed around the world. The English version of "Collateralology" has been opened in overseas medical colleges and universities such as Singapore College of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Nanyang Zhongjing College, and has become a credit course for continuing education of American traditional Chinese medicine practitioners and acupuncture and moxibustion. The research of collateral disease has become a hot spot and focus of Chinese and western medicine research at home and abroad.
Regina Appiah Opong, Professor of Clinical Pathology at the University of Ghana, gave a speech.
Regina Appiah Opong, the leader of this visiting event and a clinical pathology professor at the University of Ghana, stated that the Department of Pharmacy at the University of Ghana offers compulsory courses in traditional medicine in the fifth academic year. As a unique component of the academic system of traditional Chinese medicine, collateral disease is expected to be offered as a series of courses in the School of Pharmacy at the University of Ghana.
Sun Xuefei, General Manager of Yiling Pharmaceutical International Trade Center, delivered a speech at the symposium.
Sun Xuefei, General Manager of Yiling Pharmaceutical International Trade Center, expressed gratitude to Tianjin University of Traditional Chinese Medicine for building a bridge for this meeting at the symposium. He stated that Yiling Pharmaceutical is currently vigorously exploring the African market, and patented traditional Chinese medicine products such as Tongxinluo Capsules, Shensong Yangxin Capsules, Qili Qiangxin Capsules, Lianhua Qingwen Capsules, and Bazi Bushen Capsules have been approved for market in nearly ten African countries. "I hope to strengthen cooperation with Ghanaian schools, attract professional talents, and better promote the high-quality development of traditional Chinese medicine globally. Not only will it promote innovative traditional Chinese medicine such as Tongxinluo, but it will also bring unique health products from Yiling into Ghana, benefiting the Ghanaian people."