Medicine (Acupuncture and Massage) and Western Medicine (M.D.& Ph.D.) in Sport Medicine from China. He has practiced
Acupuncture and Sport Medicine for 25 years and received a national award of Outstanding Scholar in Sport Medicine, issued by
China State Physical Culture and Sport Commission.
Dr. Li completed 5 year fellowship training for neuromuscular diseases in School of Medicine The Johns Hopkins University.
He also spend 12 years for neuromuscular disease research in School of Medicine The Johns Hopkins University. He
published 46 research papers in both Chinese and English in peer-reviewed scientific journals.
Dr. Li is a health consultant for Voice of American (VOA), an US official broadcast on radio, TV and the internet for global
audience of 123 million people in the world. He is regularly invited to present talk for sport medicine and Chinese medicine by
health TV program of VOA. Dr. Li also is active members of National association of Chinese Medicine, Chinese associate of
TCM, Maryland Acupuncture Society, The Johns Hopkins Medical and Surgical Association.
Over decade practices in acupuncture and neuromuscular diseases, Dr. Li has developed many unique methods to diagnose
and treat various symptoms of chronic diseases. By combining with Traditional Chinese Medicine and modern medical
science, Dr. Li's acupuncture can create more therapeutic solutions to obtain the best result for various conditions and unique
need of each individual patient. Dr. Li's goal is to provide the best possible health care to his patients and maintain their optimal
mind and body wellness.
If you are suffering various illnesses, please feel free to schedule a consultation. We will make a specific acupuncture
treatment plan for you.
New Health Acupuncture Clinic
1407 York Road suite 305A Lutherville MD 21093
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Dr. Zhaobo Li's Selected Publications
1. Li, Z.B., Rossmanith, G.H. and Hoh, J.F.Y. Cross-bridge kinetics of rabbit single extraocular and limb muscle fibers. Investigative
Ophthalmology & Visual Science.2000. 41(12): 3770~4.PubMed
2. Li, Z.B, Lehar, M., Braga, N., Westra, W., Liu, L.H. and Flint, P.W. Study of human laryngeal muscle protein using two-dimensional
electrophoresis and mass spectrometry. Proteomics, 2003. 3(7): 1325~34.PubMed
3. Boluyt, M.O, Li, Z.B, Loyd AM, Scalia, A.F., Cirrincione G.M. and Jackson R.R. The mTOR/p70S6K signal transduction pathway plays a
role in cardiac hypertrophy and influences expression of myosin heavy chain genes in vivo. Cardiovasc Drugs Ther. 2004 18(4):
4.Huang, Y.P., Kim, Y., Li, Z.B., Fomenkov, T., Fomenkov, A and Ratovitski, E.A. AEC-associated p63 mutations lead to alternative
splicing/protein stabilization of p63 and modulation of notch signaling. Cell Cycle. 2005. 4(10): 1440~7.PubMed
5. Li, Z.B., Lehar, M., Nakagawa, H., Hoh, J.F.Y. and Flint, P.W. Differential expression of myosin heavy chain isoforms between
abductor and adductor muscle in the human larynx. Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg. 2004. 130(2): 217~22.PubMed
6. Flint, P.W., Li, Z.B., Lehar, M and Pai, S. Laryngeal muscle surface receptors identified using Random Phage Library. The
Laryngoscope. 2005, 115(11): 1930~7. PubMed
7. Li, Z.B., Lehar, M., Robin, S and Flint, P.W. Proteomic analysis of denervation laryngeal muscle in rats, Proteomics. 2005, 5(18):
8. Boluyt, M.O,. Brevick, J.B., Rogers, D.S., Randall, M.J., Scalia, A.F. and Li, Z.B. Changes in the rat heart proteome induced by
exercise: increased abundance of the heat shock protein hsp20. Proteomics. 2006, 6(10): 3154~69.PubMed
9. Saito K, Lehar M, Li, Z.B, Braga N, King AD, Samlan RA, Flint PW. High efficiency gene delivery into laryngeal muscle with
bidirectional electroporation. Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg. 2006, 135(2):209 ~14.PubMed
10.Li, Z.B., Flint, P.W. and Boluyt M.O. Evaluation of several two-dimensional gel electrophoresis techniques in cardiac proteomics.
Electrophoresis. 2005, 26: 3572~85.PubMed
11.Hoke A, Redett R, Hameed H, Jari R, Zhou C, Li, Z.B, Griffin JW, Brushart TM. Schwann cells express motor and sensory
phenotypes that regulate axon regeneration. J Neurosci. 2006 20;26(38):9646~55.PubMed
12. Adreani, C.M., Li, Z.B., Lehar, M., Southwood, L.L., Habecker, P.L., Flint, P.W., Parente E.J. Myosin heavy chain composition in
normal and atrophic equine laryngeal muscle. Vet Pathol. 2006. 43(6): 881-89.PubMed
13. Hoh, J.F., Li, Z.B. Qin, H., Hsu. M.K., Rossmanith, G.H. Cross-bridge kinetics of fast and slow fibers of cat jaw and limb muscle:
correlations with myosin subunit composition. J Muscle Res Cell Motil. 2007 28(6):329-41.PubMed
14. Li, Z.B., Kollais, H., Wagner, KR. Myostatin directly regulates skeletal muscle fibrosis. J Biol Chem. 2008. 283(28):19371-78.
15. Vyas, A., Li, Z.B., Aspalter, M., Feiner, J., Hoke, A., Zhou, C., O’Daly, A., Abdullah, M., Rohde, C., Brushart, T.M. An in vitro model of
adult mammalian nerve repair. Exp Neurol, 2009. 223(1): 112-18.PubMed
16. Li Z.B, Zhang JY and Wagner KR. Inhibition of myostatin reverses muscle fibrosis through apoptosis. J Cell Sci. 2012, 1(125):
17.Kim, K., Shora, A., Li, Z.B., Tam, A., Diaz,L., Papadopolous, N., Blosser, L., Kinzler, K.,Vogelstein, B., Zhou, S. Eradication of
metastatic mouse cancers resistant to immune checkpoint blockade by suppression of myeloidderived cells. PNAS, 2014,111(32):