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 Dr. Yiping huang | orthodontics| Young Scientist Award


👨‍🏫 Yiping huang  academic journey spans significant achievements and contributions in Stomatology and Orthodontics at Peking University. Graduating with a Ph.D. in Stomatology (an 8-year program) followed by another Ph.D. in Orthodontics, their dedication to dental research began early and flourished through their academic pursuits.

With an extensive career at Peking University Hospital of Stomatology, they progressed from a Physician to an Attending Physician, currently holding the esteemed position of Associate Professor in the Department of Orthodontics. Their commitment to scholarly pursuits is evident through a robust portfolio, including numerous prestigious awards, grants from renowned foundations, patents, books authored, and a significant number of impactful publications in SCI-indexed journals.🌍

Their research focus primarily delves into the intricate biological mechanisms governing periodontitis, orthodontic tooth movement, and bone remodeling. Driven by a quest for understanding, they’ve made significant strides in uncovering the roles of autophagy and epigenetic regulation in dental processes. Additionally, their innovative contributions include novel strategies to enhance tooth movement efficiency and mitigate root resorption risks. Their pioneering work extends to bioengineering, devising techniques to augment osteogenic induction on titanium surfaces. Dr. [Your Name] continues to be an influential figure, advancing dentistry through rigorous research and groundbreaking discoveries. 🦷🔍📚

🌐 Professional Profiles

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    • Peking University Stomatology (8-year program), PhD September 2006 to July 2014Peking University Orthodontics, PhD September 2014 to July 2017

    💼 Work Experience 

    Department of Orthodontics, Peking University Hospital of Stomatology, Physician August 2017 to August 2018 Department of Orthodontics, Peking University Hospital of Stomatology Attending Physician September 2018 to July 2022 Department of Orthodontics, Peking University Hospital of Stomatology Associate Professor August 2022 to Present

🏆 Academic Achievements

I’m actively involved in researching the pathogenesis of periodontitis, biological mechanisms of orthodontic tooth movement, and bone remodeling mechanisms. Notable achievements include:

🏅 2019 Beni Solow Award from the European Orthodontics Association, 🎖 Outstanding Young Physician Award from Peking University, 🎓 Seven research grants obtained since 2017, including:, Project of the National Natural Science Foundation of China, Youth Research Fund of Peking University, Youth Clinical Research Fund of Chinese Stomatological Association, Youth Talent Fund of Chinese Orthodontics Association, Open projects of the State Key Laboratory for Oral Disease Research, 💡 8 national authorized patents, 📚 Authored 3 books, 📝 Published 23 SCI papers as the first author or responsible author

🔍Research, 💡Innovations, and🌱 Extension

No. of Research Project Completed and Ongoing: 7, Citation Index in Scopus/Web of Science or PubMed/Indian Citation Index: 23, No. of Consultancy and Industries Sponsored Projects: Not specified, No. of Books Published with ISBN (Text, Reference, Chapters, and Conference Proceedings): Not specified, Total Cost of All Projects in USD/INR: Not specified No. of Patent Published and Under Process: 8, No. of Journals Published in SCI and SCIE Index: 23, No. of Editorial Appointments in Journals/Conferences (Editor, Reviewer, and Member): Not specified, No. of Journals Published in Scopus, Web of Science, and PubMed Index: 23, No. of Countries Visited for Research Activities: Not specified No. of Journals Published in Other Index: Not specified, No. of Research Scholars Graduated: Not specified, No. of Conference Presentations: Not specified, No. of Research Scholars Ongoing: Not specified, Cumulative Impact Factor of the Last 3 Years: Not specified H-index (Bibliometrics of the Publications based on Scopus/Web of Science): 18 No. of Invited Speaker/Resource Person: Not specified, No. of Research Conferences/Workshops Organized: Not specified, Total Number of Collaborative Activities for Research (Joint Publication/Project): Not specified, Total Number of Awards and Recognition Received: 1, Number of Functional MoUs with Other Universities/Industries/Corporate: Not specified, No. of Memberships in Professional Bodies: Not specified

Areas of Research🔍

My contributions to Research & Development, Innovations, and Extension Activities (200 words): “We have investigated the biological mechanisms of orthodontic tooth movement and revealed the role and mechanism of autophagy during these processes. We provided new strategies to improve tooth movement and reduce root resorption. Additionally, we explored the epigenetic regulatory mechanism of stem cell differentiation and constructed a new method for grafting nucleic acid molecules onto the surface of titanium materials to promote their osteogenic induction ability.”


Top Noted Publications 📚:

Long-term bone remodeling of maxillary anterior teeth with post-treatment alveolar bone defect in adult patients with maxillary protrusion: a prospective follow-up study

Maxillary cortical bone remodeling characteristics in extraction patients: A cone-beam computed tomography study

Maxillary molar distalization with a 2-week clear aligner protocol in patients with Class II malocclusion: A retrospective study

A reduced level of the long non-coding RNA SNHG8 activates the NF-kappaB pathway by releasing functional HIF-1alpha in a hypoxic inflammatory microenvironment

Compressive force-induced LincRNA-p21 inhibits mineralization of cementoblasts by impeding autophagy

Correlation between alveolar cleft morphology and the outcome of secondary alveolar bone grafting for unilateral cleft lip and palate

LncPVT1 regulates osteogenic differentiation of human periodontal ligament cells via miR-10a-5p/brain-derived neurotrophic factor

Long non-coding RNA SNHG5 mediates periodontal inflammation through the NF-κB signalling pathway

A Novel Tension Machine Promotes Bone Marrow Mesenchymal Stem Cell Osteoblastic and Fibroblastic Differentiation by Applying Cyclic Tension
Yiping huang | orthodontics | Young Scientist Award

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