Dr. Ji-Ming Feng
Comparative Biomedical Sciences (CBS)
Ph.D from Beijing Medical University (1995-1998). Postdoctoral training in UCLA and La Jolla Institute for Allergy and Immunology (1998-2003). Assistant Researcher (Research Assistant Professor) in Neuropsychiatric Institute at UCLA (2003-2007). Associate Professor in the Department of Comparative Biomedical Sciences at LSU School of Veterinary Medicine (2007-now).
Served as the Year-1 coordinator responsible for scheduling the courses for the freshmen of veterinary students (2010-2016).
Served as the course coordinator (2007-2014) of Cell Biology and Histology (VMED5126).
Currently, teach in Veterinary Physiology I (VMED 5009), Systems Histology and Developmental Anatomy (VMED 5127) and Cell Biology and Histology (VMED5126).
Lecturing topics on Immune System, Nervous System and Muscle Physiology.
Functions of Golli protein (an alternative spliced product of the myelin basic protein gene) in immune, nerve and endocrine system.