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Prof. Fred Morrison, University of Michigan
Prof. Kevin Miller, University of Michigan
Prof. Song Yan, Jacobs University Bremen, Germany
Dr. Jan Lonnemann, German Institute for International Educational Research
Prof. Li Yin, Tsinghua University
Prof. Fei Li, Xinhua Hospital, Shanghai Jiao Tong University school of Medicine