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Bai Rufeng

Date:2019-10-21   Click:

Ⅰ. Personal Information

Name: Rufeng Bai (百茹峰)

Sex: Male

Academic degree: Doctor in Forensic Medicine

Academic position: Professor of Forensic Pathology

E-Mail: brf1000cn@aliyun.com

Address: School of Criminal Justice, China University of Political Science and Law

25 Xitucheng road, Haidian district, Beijing, P.R.China

Post Code: 100088


. Education Background

2000.9 — 2005.7 Chongqing University of Medical Science Doctor of Forensic Pathology

1995.9 — 2000.7 Xinxiang Medical College    Bachelor of Clinical Medicine


. History of Employment

2007-present teaching FORENSIC MEDICINE in Chinese University of Political Science and Law(CUPL).

2011-2012 working at BakerIDI Heart and Diabets Institute at Melbourne as an international visiting scholar.

2006-2007 conducted studies on WOUND AGE ESTIMATION in mobile post-doctoral center of pathology and pathophysiology, Medical College of Shantou University.


.Research Experience

Research projects involved:

Inference and discrimination of injury instruments; Pathology of sudden cardiac death; Wound age estimation.


Funding of Research Project:

1. Funded by the National Natural Science Foundation of China (grant NO. 81373241): “The study on early wound age estimation with high-thoughout analysis based on Array”. (PI)

2. Funded by the National Natural Science Foundation of China (grant NO. 81172902): “The study on early wound age estimation using mRNA with multi-biomarker and multi-factor mode”. (PI)

3. Funded by the National Natural Science Foundation of China (grant NO. 30801319): “Examination of residues in wounds to induce and identify metal and ceramic injury implements”. (PI)

4. Funded by the Foundation of Chinese University of Political Science and Law (CUPL): “The survey of acceptance of super-trace evidences in court in China”. (PI)

5. Funded by the Shanghai Key Laboratory on Forensic Medicine (KF-116): “The study on metabonomics for Crush syndrome”. (PI)

6. Funded by the National Natural Science Foundation of China (grant NO. 30772458): “The study on biomechanical mechanism and quantitative identification of forensic pathology in Alcohol precipitating traumatic subarachnoid hemorrhage”.

7. Funded by the National Natural Science Foundation of China (grant NO. 30700967): “Hydrocarbon of Chrysomya megacephala pupa shell to infer interval of postmortem of the corruption body”.

8. Funded by the Chinese Ministry of Education key project (grant NO. 109037): “The domestic research on reagents of X-chromosome MiniSTR for the special specimen”.

9. Funded by the Chinese Ministry of Public Security project (grant NO. 2011-2321044): “The study of rapid detection of drug by SPR-MIP sensor chip”.


My Publications:

1. Wang Junfang, Wen Shaoqing, Shi Meisen, Liu Yaju, Jing Zhang, Bai Rufeng (*), Li Hui. Haplotype structure of 27 Yfiler?Plus loci in Chinese Dongxiang ethnic group and its genetic relationships with other populations. Forensic Sci Int Genet Forensic Sci Int Genet.2018,33:e13-e16.(SCI).

2. Zhang Jing, Wang Junfang, Liu Yaju, Shi Meisen, Bai Rufeng (*), Ma Shuhua. Haplotype data for 27 Y-chromosomal STR loci in the Chaoshan Han population, South China. Forensic Sci Int Genet.2017,31:e54-e56.(SCI).

3. Bai Rufeng, Lin Zhao, Jiasheng Sun, Qinghua Tian, Junfang Wang, Jing Zhang, Meisen Shi, Shuahua Ma. Genetic variation of 18 STR loci in the Changsha Han population from Hunan Province, South Central China. Forensic Sci Int Genet.2017,31:e43-e45.(SCI)

4. Bai Rufeng, Yaju Liu, Zheng Li, Haiying Jin, Qinghua Tian, Meisen Shi (*),Shuhua Ma. Developmental Validation of a novel 5 dye Y-STR System comprising the 27 Yfiler Plus loci. Sci Rep. 2016; 6: 29557-64.(SCI).

5. Bai Rufeng, Yaju Liu, Xiaojiao Lv, Meisen Shi (*),Shuhua Ma. Genetic polymorphisms of 17 chromosomal STRs in She and Manchu ethnic populations from China. Forensic Sci Int: Genetics. 2016; 22: e12-e14.(SCI)

6. Bai Rufeng, Ma Shuhua, Zhang Haidong, Chang Lin, Zhang Zhong, Liu Li, Zhang Fengqin, Guo Zhaoming, Shi Meisen. Forensic Discrimination of the Kitchen Knives of Three Common Brands in China by ICP-AES and Infrared Absorption. Int J Legal Medicine. 2014; 128(2): 353-60.(SCI)

7. Bai Rufeng, Zhang Zhong, Liang Quanzeng, Lu Di, Yuan Li, Yang Xue, Shi Meisen. Haplotype diversity of 17 Y-STR loci in a Chinese Han population sample from Shanxi Province, Northern China. Forensic Sci Int Genet. 2013, 7(1): 214-6.(SCI)

8. Bai Rufeng, Yu Xiaojun, Wang Dian, Lv Junyao, Xu Guangtao, Lai Xiaoping. The densities of visceral organs and the extent of pathological changes. Am J Foresic Med Pathol. 2009, 30(2): 148-451. (SCI)

9. Bai Rufeng, Shi Meisen, Yu Xiaojun, Chang Lin. Y-chromosomal STRs haplotypes in Chinese Hui ethnic group samples. Forensic Sci Int: Genetics. 2008, 3, e17-e19. (SCI)

10.Bai Rufeng, Shi Meisen, Yu Xiaojun, Zhang Jinsheng, Bai Lu. Y-chromosomal STRs haplotypes in Chinese Manchu ethnic group samples. Forensic Sci Int: Genetics. 2008, 3, e13-e15. (SCI)

11.Bai Rufeng, Wan Lihua, Shi Meisen. The time-dependent expressions of IL-1b, COX-2, MCP-1 mRNA in skin wounds of rabbits. Forensic Sci Int. 2008, 175(2-3): 193-197. (SCI)

12. Bai Rufeng, Wan Lihua, Li Hongwei, Zhang Zhong, Ma Zhihua. Identify the injury implements by SEM/EDS and ICP-AES. Forensic Sci Int. 2007, 166(1): 8-13. (SCI)

13. Bai Rufeng, Shi Meisen, Yu Xiaojun, Lv Junyao, Tu Youhua. Allele frequencies for six miniSTR loci of two ethnic populations in China. Forensic Sci Int. 2007, 168(2-3): e25-e28. (SCI)

14. Bai Rufeng, Liu Yaju, Jiang Lizhe, Lv Xiaojiao, Shi Meisen. Genetic polymorphism of 30 InDel loci in Chinese Tibetan ethnic population residing in Tibet. Chinese Journal of Medical Genetics. 2015, 32(3): 410-414.[Article in Chinese]

15. Bai Rufeng, Jia Zhenjun, Jiang Lizhe, Lv Xiaojiao, Yuan Li, Shi Meisen. Genetic polymorphism of 30 autosomal InDel loci in Chinese Uygur population residing in Xinjiang. Medical Journal of Chinese People’s Liberation Army. 2014, 39(10): 808-814.[Article in Chinese]

16.Bai Rufeng, Jiang Lizhe, Zhang Zhong, Shi Meisen. Genetic polymorphism and forensic application of 30 InDel loci of Han population in Beijing. HEREDITAS(Beijing). 2013, 35(12): 1368-1376.[Article in Chinese]

17. Bai Rufeng, Shi Meisen. The modes of thinking in the study of forensic medicine. Journal of Forensic Science. 20131: 125-6.[Article in Chinese]

18. Bai Rufeng, Yang Lihai, Yuan Li, Liang Quanzeng, Lu Di, Yang Xue. Polymorphism of 17 Y-STR loci in She ethnic population in Fujian and genetic relationship with 11 populations. HEREDITAS(Beijing).2012, 34(8): 1020-1030.[Article in Chinese]

19. Long Jun, Bai Rufeng*. Application merits and analyzing strtegy of trace quantitative analysis in the deduction of injury implements. Evidence Science. 2010, 18(5): 633-9.[Article in Chinese]

20. Bai Rufeng, Shi Meisen, Yu Xiaojun, Na Zhiya. The Y-STR polymorphisms and phylogenetic relationships of two minority populations in Liaoning province. Chinese Journal of Medical Genetics. 2008254:469-472. [Article in Chinese]

21. Bai Rufeng, Hu Bo, Yu Xiaojun, Lv Junyue. Genetic polymorphisms of eleven Y-chromosomal short tandem repeat loci in Southern Chinese Han population. Journal of Shantou University Medical College. 2007, 20(2): 65-68. [Article in Chinese]

22. Bai Rufeng, Wan Lihua, Li Hongwei, Tu Zhiguang. Expression of IL-1beta, COX-2 and MCP-1 mRNA in rabbit skin blunt wounds and their diagnostic value in forensic medicine. Chinese Journal of Forensic Medicine. 2007, 22(6): 375-378. [Article in Chinese]

23. Bai Rufeng, Wan Lihua, Li Hongwei, Ma Zhihua. The application of SEM/EDS and ICP-AES in deduction of injury instrument. Chinese Journal of Forensic Medicine. 2005206):338-341. [Article in Chinese]

24. Bai Rufeng, Wan Lihua, Zhang Zhong, Li Hongwei, Ma Zhihua. SEM/EDS in deduction of metal injury instrument. Journal of Chinese Electron Microscopy Society. 2005, 24(4):313. [Article in Chinese]

25. Bai Rufeng, Wan Lihua, Li Jianbo. The deduction of injury implements in industrial injury. Chinese Journal of Forensic Medicine. 2005, 20(1): 34-37. [Article in Chinese]

Professional and Technical Skills

Performing the forensic autopsy; Making histological slices; Pathological techniques including routine H&E staining, immunohistochemistry (IHC), in situ hybridization (ISH), in situ PCR (IS-PCR) and so on; Molecular biology techniques including PCR, RT-PCR, real-time fluorescent quantitative PCR. Analysis of SEM/EDS & ICP-AES.


. English Languages

Certification

1998.7 CET-6 (College English Test Band 6)

2008.8 PETS-5(Public English Test System Band 5)

Language Skills

Very good in daily communication; skilled in reading and writing documents relating to pathology, forensic medicine, and cardiology.


Ⅵ. Self Assessment

Proficiency in oral and written English. Proficiency in computer skill in general and in the use of Microsoft office package in specific; Good study learning ability. Team work spirit. High liability and Attribution. Be able to work under great pressure. Nice Characters.


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