The CUSBEA program: Twenty years after

@article{Chang2009TheCP,
  title={The CUSBEA program: Twenty years after},
  author={Zengyi Chang},
  journal={IUBMB Life},
  year={2009},
  volume={61}
}
  • Z. Chang
  • Published 1 June 2009
  • Education
  • IUBMB Life
The CUSBEA (China–United States Biochemistry Examination and Application) program was implemented during the 8 years between 1982 and 1989, with a total of 422 Ph.D. students selected and placed in over more than 90 top universities in the United States (1–3). The original aim of this program was to train bright young Ph.D. scientists in the field of Biochemistry and molecular biology, with an expectation that they will eventually return to China to promote research and education in this and… 
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