Elisabeth Yuan

Mandarin Teacher
Female, 41 Years|ShangHai, China

Member since: Mar 14, 2009

Last active on: Jun 18, 2009 at 11:41 PM (EST)

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Teaching Preferences

Online Teaching

Face to Face Teaching

Teaches following Subjects/Exams
Mandarin (1st - 4th Grade)
Language of Instruction: English, Chinese
Teaching Experience

personal teacher

Friends, China

Sep 2008 - Present

Basic Mandarin phrases and sentences!

Actually, I am not a professional mandarin teacher. It goes without saying that not every native speakers can be a language teacher. But I am very keen on helping foreigners who would love to learn Mandarin and get to know chinese culture. So here I am. Experiences all start from zero, aren't they? Give me more time, I would be qualified in the future. Incidently, all my classes would be free.

Professional Experience
Assistant Researcher
NCDS, China
Sep 2007 - Present


Peking Union Medical College, China

Sep 2002 - Sep 2007

Majored in Medicinal chemistry, published one paper (First Author) and the other two papers (Second Author) on Journals with IF above 2.


Lanzhou University, China

Jul 1998 - Jul 2002

Majored in Chemistry.

Professional Exams & Certifications



Year Of Passing: 2007

Associations & Membership
Sep 2005 - Sep 2007

Presenting poster for the annual meeting held in ChangChun, 2006.

Publications and Research
"Drug Discovery: From Bedside to Wall Street" (Chinese version)
Tamas Bartfai, Graham V. Lees,

Everyone expects something from the drug industry. Physicians and patients, investors, regulators and administrators all have an active interest. Everyone wants to know what makes drugs 'work' medically and economically. Why are drugs so expensive? Is it the drug companies or investors who demand high profits? What governs the pharmacoeconomics? Why are so few diseases treatable? This book opens the windows and doors of the industry telling the story of drug development by using real stories from inside the process. * Co-written by Graham Lees and Tamas Bartfai who has been involved in the development of drugs taken by more that 20 million people every day * Opens the windows and doors of the most regulated industry in the world, the pharmaceutical industry * Tells the story of drug development by using real examples based on current research and events * Provides an objective, lucid account of the successes and failures, shortcomings and constraints of the pharmaceutical and biotech industries * Gives insights into the development of new drugs to combat multiple conditions including cancer and pain * Balanced, unbiased account of how better to translate basic science into drug discovery

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