Faculty & Research

Foreign Experts

Professor Han Ting-Li



Name: Han Ting-Li

Nationality: New Zealand

Present position:


Director in Mass Spectrometry Centre of Maternal-Fetal Medicine of Chongqing Medical University

Academic experience:

2020-current, Professor, First Affiliated Hospital of Chongqing Medical University

2015-2017, Consulting Scientist for Metabolomics, Liggins Institute, University of Auckland

2014-2015, Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Liggins Institute, University of Auckland

2013-2014, Research Assistant, University of Auckland

2013, Doctoral of Philosophy, Biological Science, School of Biological Science, University of Auckland.

2007, First Class honors Bachelor of Science, Biomedical Science, School of Medicine, University of Auckland.

2006, Bachelor of Science, Biomedical Science, Biological Science, University of Auckland.

Awards and sponsorship:

2020, Awarded the First prize of Chongqing Science and Technology Award

2020, Awarded the prestigious title “Young Bayu Scholar” by Chongqing Municipal Education Commission, China

2020, Awarded the prestigious title “High-level Oversea Talent” by Chongqing Human Resources and Social Security Bureau, China

2019, Awarded HRC-NSFC Biomedical Research Fund RFP Emerging Researcher First Grant Application, 500,000 RMB

2019, Applications and Core Technology-University Relations sponsored by Agilent Technologies, “An international research on the key biomarkers of pregnancy complications caused by environmental exposures using clinical mass spectrometry”, $30,000 (USD dollar).

2018, Awarded General Program for National Natural Science Foundation (N0. 81871185), China, 570,000 RMB

2018, Awarded Key Program for Chongqing Medical Research Projects of the Health and Family Planning Commission (No. 2018ZDXM024), 100,000 RMB

2017, Selected one of ten scientists in Chongqing to present international collaboration to Govern General of Canada and Minister of International Trade.

2016, Awarded as co-applicant for The Discipline Innovative Engineering Plan (“111 plan”), China, 6 million RMB.

2016, Awarded Research Fund for International Young Scientist, China (No. 81650110522), 320,000 RMB


Total number of publications and patents

Peer   Reviewed Journal articles

Indigenous   Journal Articles


Book   chapters, books edited

Conference   proceedings