学校简介

     辽宁中医药大学前身为辽宁省中医进修学校(1955年)、辽宁省中医医院(1956年)。1958年经中共辽宁省委批准组建辽宁中医学院,同年学校招收第一批中医专业学生。2006年经教育部批准,学校由“辽宁中医学院”更名为“辽宁中医药大学”。2013年经辽宁省批准,学校增冠“辽宁省中医药科学院”名称。

     建校50多年来,辽宁中医药大学建成了“一校三区”的发展格局,主校区位于辽宁省会城市沈阳,两个分校区分别位于滨城大连和药都本溪,是辽宁省唯一一所培养中医、中药、针灸推拿、中西医临床医学、高级护理和医学相关类人才的高等院校。学校先后获得全国创先争优先进基层党组织、全国教育系统先进集体、全国教育纪检监察先进集体、全国文明单位、全国五一劳动奖状、辽宁省先进基层党组织、辽宁省先进集体、辽宁五一劳动奖状、辽宁工人先锋号、辽宁省教育系统先进党委、辽宁省教育系统先进集体、辽宁省平安校园等荣誉称号。

     学校坚持强化内涵、科学发展,在国际交流型中医药人才、实验创新型人才、传统中医药人才培养方面形成了独有的办学特色,是全国中医师资格认证中心考试工作基地、国家医师资格考试实践技能考试与考官培训基地(中医类别)、全国中医药外语培训基地、全国中医药文献检索辽宁分中心、全国中医药国际合作基地,是国家科技部确定的中药新药临床试验关键技术及平台研究的建设单位,是国家食品药品监督管理局指定的国家药物临床试验机构,是世界针灸学会联合会辽宁教育基地,是世界中医药联合会考试与测评委员会筹委会副主委单位,是国家中西部高校基础能力建设工程高校。

     学校设置医、理、工、管、文、法等6个学科门类,19个本科专业,现有在校生万余人,下设17个学院、4所直属附属医院、1个教学部、2个教学实验中心、1个实验动物中心、3所研究院、2所图书馆、4所博物馆。有1个国家重点学科、1个辽宁省“双一流”建设学科、3个辽宁省高等学校一流特色学科、6个省“提升高等学校核心竞争力特色学科建设工程”立项学科、7个省高等学校重点学科、26个国家中医药管理局中医药重点学科、21个省中医药重点学科、3个博士后科研流动站、3个一级学科博士学位授权学科、16个二级学科博士学位授权点、3个一级学科硕士学位授权学科、19个二级学科硕士学位授权点、1个博士专业学位授权点、4个硕士专业学位授权点。

     学校有1个国家级教学团队、4个国家级特色专业建设点、1个国家级专业综合改革试点项目、1个国家级人才培养模式创新实验区、2个教育部国家中医药管理局卓越医生(中医)教育培养计划改革试点项目、1个国家级大学生校外实践教育基地、3门国家级精品课程、3门国家级精品资源共享课立项项目、4项国家级教学成果奖,6个省级实验教学示范中心、2个省级虚拟仿真实验教学中心、7个省级教学团队、22门省级精品课程、6门省级精品资源共享课程、1门省普通高等学校本科精品视频公开课、2个省级普通高等学校教学质量监控体系及网络化平台建设项目、5个省级大学生实践教育基地建设项目、1个省级大学生创新创业实践教育基地、4个省级高等学校综合改革试点专业、32项省级教学成果,主编68部国家及行业规划教材、14部“十三五”中医药行业规划教材、8部省级精品教材、8部“十二五”省级规划教材。

     学校有1名国务院学科评议组成员、1名“973项目”首席科学家、3名国家百千万人才工程人选、58名享受政府特殊津贴专家、4名国家卫生计生突出贡献中青年专家、2名国医大师、1名全国名中医、31名全国老中医药专家学术经验继承指导教师、1名全国普通高校百名“两课”优秀教师、2名国家中医药高等学校教学名师、1名岐黄中医药传承发展奖获得者、1名辽宁省院士后备人选、2名辽宁省领军人才、2名辽宁省高等学校攀登学者、9名辽宁特聘教授、9名辽宁省优秀专家、辽宁省“百千万人才工程”百人层次34人、千人层次39人、8名辽宁中医大师、75名辽宁省名中医、14名省教学名师。

     学校有1个国家地方联合工程实验室、1个教育部重点实验室、1个国家中医临床研究基地、3个国家药物临床试验机构、3个国家中医药管理局重点研究室、11个国家中医药管理局科研三级实验室、1个全国科普教育基地、1个省级人文社会科学重点研究基地、29个省重点实验室及工程中心。“十二五”以来,学校新增各类科研项目791项,其中,国家级项目97项,省级项目350项;发表学术论文7752篇;出版著作419部。学校主办三种中医药学术期刊,其中,《辽宁中医杂志》、《中华中医药学刊》是中国中文核心期刊、中国科技核心期刊,《辽宁中医药大学学报》是中国科技核心期刊。

     学校是教育部确定的首批有条件接受国外留学生、港澳台学生的高等院校之一,具有中国国家政府留学生奖学金招生院校资格,是辽宁省政府留学生博士奖学金招生院校。学校立足亚洲,面向欧美,拓展非洲,放眼全球,广泛开展国际交流与合作,先后与韩国、新加坡、俄罗斯、英国、美国、加拿大、泰国、澳大利亚、南非、斯洛伐克等35个国家和地区的大学,医疗机构或学术团体建立合作关系,签署合作协议80余份。学校一直致力于开展多种形式的国际学术合作、医疗合作和教育合作,并多次主办或承办国际会议。2016年9月学校与斯洛伐克医科大学合建的中医孔子课堂正式揭牌。

     学校四所直属附属医院分别增具辽宁省中医医院、辽宁省中医药研究院、辽宁省肛肠医院、辽宁省中西医结合医院名称,共有11个国家卫生部临床重点专科、20个国家中医药管理局重点专科、34个省重点专科,有6所非直属附属医院、57个临床教学基地。

     学校不断丰富健康校园的内涵,致力于建设人文校园、节约校园、平安校园、智慧校园,实现了规范化、标准化、流程化服务保障;建成了“三位一体”的安全防控体系;实现了覆盖沈阳、大连两个校区的先进、高性能网络基础设施,拥有基于云计算的高效、安全的数据中心,构建了高水平的数字化信息资源管理体系,实现了基于网络环境和移动访问的文献、信息和咨询服务模式。

     在改革中不断前行的辽宁中医药大学,始终坚持社会主义办学方向,秉持“厚德博学、继承创新”的校训精神,坚持“不求最大,但求最强”的办学理念,以创新驱动、服务地方为导向,全面加强内涵建设,在推动辽宁老工业基地振兴及祖国中医药事业的传承和发展中做出了重要贡献,正向着国内一流、国际知名中医药大学的奋斗目标阔步前进!

 

    Liaoning University of Traditional Chinese Medicine grew out of Liaoning Further Education School of Traditional Chinese Medicine (1955) and Liaoning Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine (1956). In 1958, with the approval of The CPC Liaoning Provincial Committee, Liaoning College of Traditional Chinese Medicine was founded and recruited its first group of TCM students. In 2006, with the approval of the Ministry of Education, the college changed its name into Liaoning University of Traditional Chinese Medicine. In 2013, with the approval of Liaoning Provincial Government, LNUTCM added the new title of “Liaoning Academy of Traditional Chinese Medicine”.

    With over 50 years of development, LNUTCM has formed “One University, Three Campuses”, with a main campus located in Shenyang, the capital of Liaoning Province, and two branch campuses respectively in the seaside city—Dalian and renowned Chinese Medicine Capital—Benxi. LNUTCM is the only institution of higher learning in Liaoning Province to train and educate professionals in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), Chinese Pharmacy, Acupuncture and Moxibustion, Chinese Massage, Integration of TCM and Western Medicine in Clinical Practice, Senior Nursing and other medical related disciplines. The university has received many honors successively, such as the National Advanced Grassroots Organization of CCP in the Campaign of Establishing Vanguard and Contending for Excellence, the National Advanced Collective of the Educational System, the National Advanced Collective in Discipline Inspections, Supervision and Audit of the Educational System, the National Civilized Unit, the National May First Labor Award, the Advanced Grassroots Party Organization of Liaoning Province, the Advanced Collective of Liaoning Province, the May First Labor Award of Liaoning Province, Pioneer Workers of Liaoning Province, the Advanced Party Committee of Liaoning Educational System, the Advanced Collective of Liaoning Educational System, the Safe Campus of Liaoning Province and other awards.

    Through adhering to scientific development and enhancing the construction of academic culture, LNUTCM has established its unique educational characteristics, strong in cultivating medical talents for international communication, experimental and clinical innovation, and the succession of traditional Chinese medicine. LNUTCM is the base for National TCM Practitioner Certification Examination and the base for Practical Techniques Test and Examiner Training of National Physician Qualification Exam (the category of TCM). LNUTCM is also the national training base for TCM-Specialized English, the Branch Center of National Databases and Retrieval System of TCM Literature, and the base of International TCM Cooperation. In addition, LNUTCM is the clinical research base for developing key technologies in new TCM medicine authorized by the Ministry of Science and Technology, and the national organization for clinical trial of medicine certified by State Food and Drug Administration, the education and examination center of the World Federation of Acupuncture-Moxibustion Societies (WFAS) in Liaoning Province, and the key institution for Examination and Assessment Preparatory Committee of World Federation of Chinese Medicine Societies (WFCMS). Besides, the university is listed in the National Basic Ability Construction Project of Western and Central China.

    LNUTCM has six disciplines, namely Medicine, Science, Engineering, Management, Arts and Law, 19 undergraduate programs with an enrollment of over 10,000 students. There are 17 colleges and schools, 4 directly affiliated hospitals, 1 teaching department, 2 experiment & teaching centers, 1 animal lab center, 3 research institutes, 2 libraries and 4 museums in the university. LNUTCM has 1 state-level key discipline, 1 provincial Double First-rate discipline, 3 provincial first-class featured disciplines, 6 provincial disciplines in the project of “Constructing Characteristic Disciplines for Upgrading the Competitiveness of the Institutions of Higher Education”, 7 provincial key disciplines, 26 state-level key TCM disciplines approved by the State Administration of Traditional Chinese Medicine, 21 provincial key TCM disciplines, 3 post-doctoral research centers, 3 first-class disciplines authorized to grant doctorate degrees, 16 second-class disciplines authorized to grant doctorate degrees, 3 first-class disciplines authorized to grant master’s degrees, 19 second-class disciplines authorized to grant master’s degrees, 1 discipline authorized to grant professional doctorate degrees, and 4 disciplines authorized to grant professional master’s degrees.

    LNUTCM has 1 state-level teaching team, 4 state-level featured programs, 1 state-level comprehensive reform pilot project, 1 state-level experimental zone for innovating talent cultivation, 2 pilot projects of Excellent Doctors (TCM) Training Program authorized by the Ministry of Education and State Administration of Traditional Chinese Medicine, 1 state-level university students’ extracurricular education base, 3 state-level excellent courses, 3 state-level established projects for excellent sharing courses, 4 state-level awards for teaching achievements, 6 provincial model centers for experimental teaching, 2 provincial virtual simulation centers for experimental teaching, 7 provincial teaching teams, 22 provincial excellent courses, 6 provincial excellent sharing courses, 1 provincial excellent open video course for undergraduates, 2 provincial projects of quality assurance systems and network platform construction for the institutions of higher education, 5 provincial projects for extra-curriculum practice for university students, 1 provincial innovation practice base for university students, 4 provincial programs for experimenting reforms in the institutions of higher education, 32 provincial awards for teaching achievements. LNUTCM is also the chief-editor institution for 68 national planned textbooks, 14 planned textbooks for “The Thirteenth Five-year Plan” of TCM industry, 8 provincial classic textbooks, and 8 provincial planned textbooks for “The Twelfth Five-year Plan” of Liaoning Province.

    LNUTCM has 1 member of Discipline Review Group of State Department, 1 “973 Plan” chief scientist, 3 candidates in the national project of “Hundred, Thousand, Ten Thousand Talents”, 58 experts who receive special national government allowances, 4 middle-aged and young experts awarded by Ministry of Public Health for their outstanding contributions, 2 national TCM masters, 1 national famous expert of TCM, 31 national veteran TCM experts as mentors training talents for the succession of TCM expertise, 1 national outstanding teacher, 2 national outstanding TCM teachers, 1 winner of “Qihuang Inheritance and Development of Chinese Medicine” prize, 1 candidate of Academician of Liaoning province, 2 provincial leading talents, 2 provincial climbing scholars, 9 provincial distinguished professors, 9 provincial excellent experts, 34 in the Hundred class and 39 in the Thousand class of the provincial project of “Hundred, Thousand, Ten Thousand Talents”, 8 provincial TCM masters, 75 provincial known TCM doctors and 14 provincial outstanding teachers.

    LNUTCM has 1 national and provincial joint engineering lab, 1 key lab sponsored by the Ministry of Education, 1 state-level TCM clinical research base, 3 state-level clinical pharmacology bases, 3 key research centers appointed by the State Administration of Traditional Chinese Medicine, 11 Grade III research labs appointed by the State Administration of Traditional Chinese Medicine, 1 national popular science base, 1 provincial humanity and social science research base, 29 provincial key labs and engineering centers. During the period of “The Twelfth Five-year Plan”, LNUTCM has undertaken 791 research projects, including 97 state-level projects and 350 provincial projects; published 7752 academic papers and 419 academic books. The university also hosts three academic journals of TCM.Liaoning Journal of Traditional Chinese Medicine and Chinese Archives of Traditional Chinese Medicine are two Chinese core periodicals and Chinese core science and technology periodicals, and Journal of Liaoning University of Traditional Chinese Medicine is Chinese core science and technology periodical.

    LNUTCM is also one of the Chinese universities which are first authorized to recruit international students as well as students from Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan. The university is eligible to take international students with scholarship awarded by the Chinese government as well as PHD scholarship awarded by Liaoning province. Based in Asia, aiming for Europe and the United States, exploring Africa, looking around the world, LNUTCM has carried out extensive international exchanges and cooperation, successively establishing cooperation with universities, medical institutions and academic organizations in 35 countries and regions such as South Korea, Singapore, Russia, the United Kingdom, the United States, Canada, Thailand, Australia, South Africa, Slovakia, etc. and signed about 80 cooperation agreements. The university has been engaged in various forms of international academic, medical and educational cooperation, and hosted international conferences and meetings many times. In September 2016, the Confucius Classroom of TCM cooperated by LNUTCM and Slovakia Medical University was officially inaugurated.

    The four affiliated hospitals of LNUTCM are respectively named Liaoning Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Liaoning Traditional Chinese Medicine Research Institute, Liaoning Coloproctological Hospital and Liaoning Integrated TCM and Western Medicine Hospital. There are altogether 11 key clinical specialties appointed by the State Administration of Traditional Chinese Medicine, 20 key clinical specialties appointed by the Ministry of Public Health and 34 provincial key clinical specialties. LNUTCM also has 6 indirectly affiliated hospitals and 57 bases for clinical teaching and practicing.

    To enrich the connotation of healthy campus, LNUTCM has been dedicated to the construction of the humanities campus, conservation-oriented campus, safe campus and smart campus. The university has specified the norms, standards and processes for service system; built a “three-in-one” system for prevention and control of security problems; covered Shenyang campus and Dalian campus with advanced and high-performance network infrastructure; possessed an efficient and secure data center based on cloud computing; and constructed a high-level information resources management system with network and mobile access to literature, information and consultation.

    Adhering to the socialist orientation, LNUTCM has never stopped its effort of reaching its best with the motto of “Virtue and Knowledge, Inheritance and Innovation” and the principle of “Striving for the best rather than the largest”. Directed by innovation and towards serving Liaoning Province, through comprehensively enhancing its own construction of academic culture, LNUTCM has made immense contributions in revitalizing the traditional Liaoning industrial base and the cause of inheriting and developing traditional Chinese medicine. LNUTCM has been steadily stepping with great strides towards a domestically first-class and internationally renowned teaching-and-research TCM university.