Shanghai East International Medical Center 

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Dr. Zhongmin Liu (China)
Chief Cardiac Surgeon, Co-Professor of Paris Descartes University, Licensed physician in Germany and France

Dr. Liu is an experienced MD/PhD and is fluent in Mandarin Chinese, English and German. He is currently the President of Shanghai East Hospital and specializes in congential heart disease, rheumatic valvular heart disease, coronary artery disease, and the transplantation of hearts and lungs for serious cases.

Dr. Liu supports Shanghai East International Medical Center for severe cases and is active in a number of associations. He is s Co-Professor at University or Paris Descartes, a Board Member of the Asia-Pacific congress on Disaster Medicine and a committee member for the Chinese Medical Association of Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery.

 

Dr. Quan Fang (China)
Chief Surgeon / Urologist

Dr. Quan Fang received his medical training in General Surgery and Urology in Tongji University Wuhan, and Fudan University Shanghai, China before pursuing his postdoctoral studying in University of Pittsburgh Cancer Institute in the United States in 2001. After spending one decade on medical research and clinical training in Medical University of South California (MUSC) and others in the USA, he joined SEIMC recently as a chief surgeon.

Dr. Fang’s clinical interests are laparoscopic procedures such as appendectomy, hernia repair, as well as urologic procedures nephrectomy and prostatectomy. Dr. Fang also has extensive experience in the treatment of kidney stone disease by endoscopic surgery. He is involved in the peri-operative care of severe cases since joining SEIMC.

Dr. Fang has published dozens of research articles in the peer-reviewed journals. He is a member of several professional societies including American Medical Association and American Urology Association.

He speaks English and Mandarin fluently.

 

Dr. Chuangang Fu (China)
Colon and Rectal Surgeon

Dr Fu is one of the most prominent doctors in the medical field of diagnosis and treatment of colon and rectal diseases in and outside China. He is an awarded doctor as well as a mentor to medical students of doctorate degrees. He is the professor of the Anorectum Department at Changhai Hospital which is affiliated with the 2nd Military University. He concurrently holds the Director position in the departments of General Surgery, Colon and Rectal as well as the Endoscopy Center at Shanghai East Hospital. Dr. Fu is an honorary committee member of the American Society of Colon and Rectal Surgeons as well as holding membership with various Chinese committees. He is the member of editorial boards of medical journals including Colorectal Disease (UK), Disease of Colon and Rectum (USA), Techniques in Coloproctology (Italy), Chinese Journal of Surgery, Chinese Journal of Gastrointestinal Surgery, Chinese Journal of General Surgery, and so on. He has published over 160 articles. Dr. Fu has also been hosted as a speaker at various international conferences in Japan, America, Brazil and Russia.

With a number of medical accomplishments including colorectal cancer diagnosis, the diagnosis and treatment of polyps, the treatment of a prolapsed rectum, chronic constipation, ulcer colitis and anal fistulas, Dr. Fu is well experienced in this field. He is a pioneer in the latest colon and rectal surgeries, including PISTA, a specific surgical procedure which he invented ensuring shorter operation time, recovery time, anus preservation, lowering the reoccurrence rate of rectal cancer, familial adenomatous polyposis, rectal diffuse adenomatous, rectum diffuse hemangioma and other side effects. His surgical abilities include but are not limited to 3D laparoscopic surgery, endoscopic mucosal resection (EMR), sub mucosal dissection (ESD) and dilation to avoid open surgery as well as the procedure for prolapsed and severe hemorrhoids (PPH).

He speaks English and Mandarin fluently.

 

Dr. Jiangfan Zhu (China)
Surgeon

Dr. Zhu completed his medical degree at the Third Military Medical College in Chongqing. He has over 30 years of surgical experience and is currently Professor of Surgery at Tongji Medical University in Shanghai.

Dr. Zhu pioneered in minimally invasive procedures in China since 1995. He was one of the first to perform hand-assisted laparoscopic splenectomy and video-assisted endoscopic thyroidectomy. In addition, he started out conducting clinical research towards new endoscopic surgery techniques.

In 1999, Dr. Zhu partook in a 1-year study program in advanced bariatric surgery at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai in New York City. Afterward his focused shifted towards -Bariatric surgery for morbid obesity and metabolic diseases and minimally invasive spleen, gallbladder, thyroid and hernia repair surgery.

Dr. Zhu holds top level positions in Chinese medical societies devoted to metabolic surgery and he is a member of the International Federation for the Surgery of Obesity and Metabolic Disorders (IFSO).

Dr. Zhu has co-published more than 20 scientific articles on various laparoscopic surgery techniques and speaks English and Mandarin.

 

Dr. Junyi Han (China)
Surgeon

Dr. Han completed his medical degree at Fudan University Medical College in 2001 and his over 15 years of clinical experience He currently works as a general surgeon and Associate professor at the General Surgery Department at Tongji University and has over 15 years of clinical experience.

Dr. Han pursued further surgical training at the University of Basel in Switzerland whilst doing his Ph.D. program at Tongji University in Surgical Oncology.

Dr. Han is the editor of several medical surgery journals, and he is active in various oncology research groups. Dr. Han contributes to the Sino-Swiss Science and Technology Cooperation (SSSTC), promoting technological exchange in his field of expertise between Switzerland and China.

Dr. Han is active in the research of immunological profiling of colorectal carcinomas and the treatment thereof. The doctor is fluent in English and Mandarin.

 

 

Dr. Achal K. Shrikhande (India)
Surgeon

Dr. Achal K. Shrikhande MBBS, MS is an experienced general and laparoscopic surgeon and a specialist in laparoscopic cholecystectomy, laparoscopic appendix and laparoscopic hernia repair. He is a member of Indian Medical Association (IMA) and has worked as a general surgeon/physician in the areas of metabolic disorders and diabetic treatment at Chaturvedi Surgical Hospital and Suretech Multispecialty Hospital in Nagpur, India.

Dr. Achal speaks English, Marathi, Hindi and Mandarin. He graduated and further completed his Masters Program at Soochow University in Suzhou, China, where he received highest training in both laparoscopic and open surgery. He has done his internship and residency program at the First Affiliated Hospital of Soochow University under well renowned surgeons both in laparoscopic and open surgery. At present, he’s working as part of our medical team at our Inpatient Unit.


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