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1Dr. Beng Lin Liam (Singapore)
Internal Medicine, Respiratory Specialist

Dr. Liam joined the staff of Shanghai East International Medical Center in August 2011. He graduated from the National University of Singapore, and possesses a degree in Internal Medicine from the Royal College of Physicians in the United Kingdom. He has also received training as a Fellow in Pulmonary Medicine at the Cleveland Clinic in the United States.

Dr. Liam has previously been deployed for humanitarian medical missions and commanded the Singapore component of the Australian-Singapore Hospital during INTERFET operations in East Timor, 1999. He held several medical command positions in the Singapore Armed Forces before retiring as a Colonel in 2006. He has been awarded operational service medals by the United Kingdom, Saudi Arabia, Australia and Singapore. He has also been awarded the Public Administration Medal by Singapore for his contribution to Singapore’s efforts in overcoming the SARS epidemic in 2002. Dr. Liam has also given trainings in Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) and Advanced Trauma Life Support (Instructor).

He speaks English and Mandarin.

Dr. Ewelina Biskup (Germany)
Emergency Medicine

Dr. Biskup is a medical doctor of Internal Medicine working in China and in Switzerland. She has gained her MD at the Max Planck Institute of Molecular Biology and Genetics in Germany; and has also pursued medical trainings in Shanghai, Boston (Harvard Medical School Hospitals) and New York, followed by residency training in Switzerland.

Dr. Biskup has been a foreign lecturer at Shanghai Tongji University since 2011. She has also been appointed as an Associate Professor at the Shanghai University of Medicine and Science.

Dr. Biskup has worked in different countries and healthcare environments. She is a member and treasurer of the European Federation of Internal Medicine – Young Internist (EFIM-YI) Subcommittee; founder and representative of Swiss Young Internists; delegate of the Swiss Society of Internal Medicine; and a member of Science Matters. Dr. Biskup participates in different activities promoting clinical and scientific research cooperation among young specialists.

She speaks German, English, French, Russian, Ukranian and Polish.

Dr. Jiayi Wang (China)
Internal Medicine

Dr. Jiayi Wang graduated from Nanjing Medical University. With nearly 15 years of experience serving as both a resident and an attending physician, she has long been engaged in internal medicine clinical work; and has clinical experience in the treatment of common and frequently-occurring diseases.

She specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of hypertension, coronary heart disease, hyperlipidemia, arrhythmia and other cardiovascular system and rheumatoid arthritis, Sjogren's syndrome, gout, systemic lupus erythematosus, ankylosing spondylitis, psoriatic arthritis and other immune system diseases. She has served as a medic on many occasions for large-scale conferences such as the Shanghai Cooperation Summit, the BRICS Conference, and other foreign affairs activities. She has clinical experience in special medical services, holding an ACLS certificate and a senior teacher certificate of Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation.

Dr. Wang speaks English and Mandarin.

Dr. Dongya Huang (China)
Internal Medicine

Dr. Dongya Huang started her study of medicine in Wuhan Tongji University School of Medicine and received further studies and clinical training in the Department of Neurology in Ulm University Germany, in Neurocentre of Freiburg University Germany, Baylor College of Medicine USA.

Dr. Huang has been engaged in the neurological clinic work for over 30 years. Her major experiences include diagnosis and treatment of cerebral vascular disease (CVD) and neurodegenerated diseases, especially in treatment acute thrombolysis of CVD, in etiological diagnosis and targeted prophylaxis of CVD, early diagnosis and personalized management of Parkinson disease.

Dr. Huang is a member of many medical associations including the Association of EEG and Clinical Neurophysiology Committee shanghai, the Association of Stroke Committee Shanghai;Cerebral Vascular Disease Highest-Risk Group Administrative Board of China, Neurology Committee of Shanghai China Medical Association; editorial member of Journal of Tongji University, Journal of Chinese Clinical Medicine, Chinese Journal of Stroke. She is involved in projects of National Research, Shanghai Science and Technology Research, and PudongScience and technology project.

She has published dozens of articles in professional Journals including FASEB and PNAS.

Dr. Huang speaks Mandarin, German and English.

Dr. Chuancheng Ren (China)
Internal Medicine

After graduating from medical university in China, Dr. Ren went to Stanford University to pursue further research and studies.

He has been engaged in the clinical, scientific research and teaching of Neurology for more than twenty years. He has experience in the diagnosis and treatment of common and frequently-occurring neurological diseases as well as rare and difficult conditions, and has successfully complemented major rescues for many times.

Dr. Ren has carried out a series of new operations and techniques using new technology such as the ultra-early thrombolytic therapy for acute cerebral infarction. He also established a series of treatment criteria and procedures for acute cerebrovascular diseases.

He is a member of many associations including the Neurology Branch of the Shanghai Medical Association, the standing committee on Neurology of the Shanghai Association of Chinese Integrative Medicine, the Chinese Medical Doctor Association of Integrative Medicine on Neurology, and American Society for Neuroscience (SFN).

Dr. Ren has won numerous awards in education. He has been involved in the National Natural Science Foundation of China, and also participated in 10 provincial and municipal scientific research projects. He has won first prize and third prize in the provincial / Municipal Science and technology progress; has participated in research projects of China and of NIH and AHA in the United States. Dr. Ren has published more than 50 articles in the Chinese Journal of Neurology and the Journal of Clinical Neurology; his 9 papers were included in the Neuroscience, BrainResearch, JMedChem, Neuroreport, JNeurosciRes, PloSONE, SCI magazines, etc.

Dr. Ren lectured at the American Society of Neuroscience (SFN), and shared experiences in the American National Stroke Meeting and the annual meeting of the American Academy of Neurology (AAN).

Dr. Yuying Gu (China)
Internal Medicine

Dr. Gu completed her master’s degree at Tongji University School of Medicine.

Dr. Gu has been working in the cardiovascular clinical care unit for many years and has extensive operational skills and experience. She specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of coronary heart disease, arrhythmia, hypertension and other severe heart diseases; and is also engaged in the clinical work of arrhythmia pacemaker therapy. Dr. Gu has been involved in several research projects and has published scores of papers; has participated in the theoretical and PBL (Problem-Based Learning) teaching of internal medicine; and has been awarded first prize for the PBL lesson plan competition at Tongji University.

Dr. Gu speaks Mandarin and English.

Dr. Qiang Li (China)

Dr. Li has been been engaged in fundamental and clinical research of respiratory diseases of lung tumors, lung diseases and bronchial asthma, etc. He has developed a distinctive specialty in terms of diagnosis and treatment for complex airway lesions, chronic obstructive pulmonary diseases(COPD), severe respiratory infection, respiratory failure, rare respiratory diseases, pain relief, etc. He is the director of the Respiratory Department and has led his team successfully rescued patients in emergency or complicated situations.

Dr. Li has participated in advanced research projects and won numerous awards. He has published dozens of papers in SCI; edited and published monographs such as “Interventional Diagnosis and Treatment of Respiratory Disease”, “Respiratory Endoscopy”, “Bronchioloalveolar Carcinoma”, “Diagnosis and Analysis of Difficult and Uncommon diseases of the Respiratory System”, and so on. He is also a member of editorial boards of various academic journals including the Chinese Journal of Internal Medicine, Chinese Journal of Tuberculosis and Respiratory Diseases, Chinese Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine, China Yearbook of Internal Medicine- Respiratory Specialty.

Dr. Li is Director of the World Association for Bronchology and Interventional Pulmonology (WABIP); Deputy Head of the Interventional Respiratory Diseases Branch of Chinese Medical Association; Standing committee member of the Committee of Minimally Invasive Treatment in Oncology of China Anti-Cancer Association; Deputy Director of the Respiratory Diseases Branch of Shanghai Medical Association; Deputy Director of Thoracic Cancer Specialty Committee of Shanghai Anti-cancer Association; Director of Training Base for Respiratory Endoscopy Specialist of the Ministry of Health.

Dr Li speaks Mandarin and English.

Dr. Xiaoping Zhu (China)
Internal Medicine

Dr. Zhu is a pulmonary physician who has over 30 years of clinical experience in the field of pulmonology. She has completed her five-year postgraduate training in Internal Medicine at Ningxia University. Dr. Zhu completed her doctoral degree at Radboud University Medical Center in the Netherlands.

Dr. Zhu specializes in the management of pulmonary embolisms, pulmonary infection, severe systemic infection and acute and chronic respiratory failure. She has rich experience in the early diagnosis of lung cancer and management of chronic pulmonary diseases such as COPD and asthma. Also, she has performed groundbreaking research in the understanding of respiratory muscles failure in advanced stages of chronic lung disease.

Dr. Zhu speaks Mandarin and English.

Dr. Lan Zhong (China)
Internal Medicine

Dr. Zhong graduated from Shanghai Medical University and Tongji University.

She has years of experience in the clinical diagnosis and treatment of gastrointestinal diseases, non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD), chronic liver disease, cirrhosis and related complications, chronic gastrointestinal diseases, inflammatory bowel disease, Helicobacter pylori (H. pylori) infection and other related diseases. She is also skilled in gastrointestinal examination and treatment.

Dr. Zhong has won a number of scientific research awards such as organizing and overseeing the completion of Shanghai Municipal Health Bureau’s Youth Fund. She has published and edited a number of Chinese and English academic papers; and has provided speeches in international academic conferences.

Dr. Zhong speaks Mandarin and English.


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