PENG Cheng


Department of Environmental Health

Email: peng_0803@163.com

Tel: +86(21)-63846590


Cheng Peng received her master degree from the Second Military Medical University in 2013, majoring in cardiovascular and cerebrovascular pharmacology. Peng’s research aims to investigate the effect of environmental factors on cerebrocardiovascular diseases and determine their mechanisms focusing on endothelial and EPC function.

Research Projects

National Natural Science Foundation of China (81900243), Endothelial Progenitor Cell-related mechanisms underlying the increased cerebral ischemic injury produced by aging in mice, PI.


  1. Dong XH#, Peng C#, Zhang YY#, Jiang Y, Yang LJ, He JB, Tao X*, Zhang C, Chen AF*, Xie HH*. Low-Dose Piperlongumine Rescues Impaired Function of Endothelial Progenitor Cells and Reduces Cerebral Ischemic Injury in High-Fat Diet-Fed Mice. Front Pharmacol 2021, 12: 689880. (IF=5.810)

  2. Peng C#, Dong XH#, Liu JL#, Tao YL, Xu CF, Wang LP, Liu CL, Su DF, Tao X, Zhang C, Chen AF*, Xie HH*. A preventive injection of endothelial progenitor cells prolongs lifespan in stroke-pronespontaneously hypertensive rats. Clin Sci (Lond). 2018, 132: 1797-1810. (IF=5.220)

  3. Dong XH#, Peng C#, Zhang YY#, Tao YL, Tao X, Zhang C, Chen AF*, Xie HH*. Chronic exposure to subtherapeutic antibiotics aggravates ischemic stroke outcome in mice. EBioMedicine. 2017, 24: 116-126. (IF=6.183)

  4. Peng C#, Wang LP#, Tao X*, Dong XH, Xu CF, Jiang Y, Liu CL, Ma HF, Zhang C, Chen AF*, Xie HH*. Preventive Cold Acclimation Augments the Reparative Function of Endothelial Progenitor Cells in Mice, Cell Physiol Biochem, 2018, 45(1): 175-191. (IF=5.104)

  5. Ma J#, Peng C#, Guo W, Dong YF, Dong XH, Sun X, Xie HH*. A modified model of middle cerebral artery electrocoagulation in mice, CNS Neurosci Ther, 2012, 18: 796-798. (,IF=4.074)