Emory University trains, funds, and collaborates with the Chinese scientists that work on biowarfare research.
Chinglai Yang and Ling Ye are members of the Department of Microbiology and immunology at Emory University in Atlanta, GA.
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Chinglai Yang has an undergraduate degree from the University of Science and Technology of China. He dedicated his work to improving China’s economy and defense infrastructure.
In 1996, Chinglai Yang had a doctoral degree in biochemistry and molecular genetics at Alabama.
Ling Ye is a graduate of Shanxi Medical University and got her M.D. and Ph. D degrees from the Fourth Military Medical University in Xi’an, China.
They got millions of dollars in research funding from Dr. Anthony Fauci of the NIAID. They have maintained extensive links with the Chinese military.
Having established an anchor at Emory University with the hiring of Ling Ye, the Chinese military expanded its presence through the 2007 agreement between the new-established Fauci Center of Excellence for Influenza Research and Surveillance and China’s Harbin Veterinary Research Institute.
The Emory – Harbin project gave a backdoor through which PLA could access U.S. knowledge, skills, techs, and funding to be fed back into PLA’s influenza research program.
The HVRI was a significant critical component of China’s biowarfare program because it is the site of China’s second BSL -4 laboratory, the first for large animals.
The Harbin Veterinary Research Institute was linked to the Military Veterinary Research Institute. That’s the major center for biowarfare studies, and their staff has infiltrated the virus programs at the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston.
The research institute was involved in a major scientific scandal in 2013, when Professor Hualan Chen, director of China’s National Avian Influenza Reference Laboratory, conducted gain-on-function experiments and mixed the H5N1 bird-flu with a 2009 strain of H1N1 flu virus. The combination is highly infectious to humans.
Until 2008, Zhiyan Wen from Harbin Veterinary Research Institute, Lei pan, and Ke Dong from the Fourth Military Medical University had Chinglai Yang and Ling Ye as their coaches at Emory University. The NIH funded the research.
BY 2012, Emory collaborated directly with Hualan Chen, who worked with a crucial player in China’s biowarfare research program at the Military Veterinary Research Institute. That important person was Major General Xianzhu Xia.
The NIH grant HHSN266200700006C funded the Emory studies.
Later, in 2017, Hualan Chen conducted another gain of function study on the avian influenza virus.
‘’ That research was funded by NIH CEIRS contract HHSN272201400004C, which was awarded to Emory University, but no one from Emory participated in the study, which gives the appearance of scientific money laundering.
Again in 2018, Hualan Chen received funding via Emory University’s NIH CEIRS contract HHSN272201400004C for research that involved only Chinese scientists at the Harbin Veterinary Research Institute.
It is interesting to note that Hualan Chen was trained at the U.S. Centers for Disease Control in Atlanta, Georgia.
The flow of PLA scientists from the Fourth Military Medical University to Emory University continued through 2017 (Huizhong Zhang) and 2018.’’ The Gateway Pundit reported.
Chinese scientists linked to Emory University still collaborate with the PLA on influenza and other viruses, among which are coronaviruses.
In April 2021, Anthony Fauci awarded Emory University an additional $1 million for influenza research.