| Teacher || Title || Contact Extension |
| Education: |
| || National Defense Medical College eighty-two graduation (1982-1989)
Cell Biology, Duke University Doctor of Philosophy (1991-1995)
| Experience: |
National Defense Medical Physiology assistant 1989 - 1991
Adjunct Associate Professor, National Defense Medical Physiology 1996 - 1997
Tri-Service General Hospital, Department of undersea cum高压氧医学Acting Department Director 2007 - 2008
Department of Otolaryngology, Tri-Service General Hospital, Adjunct Attending Physician 2003 - so far
Tri-Service General Hospital, Department of undersea cum高压氧医学Adjunct Attending Physician 2004 - so far
Zuoying Armed Forces General Hospital, diving medicine, director 2010 -
| Lab Overview: |
Specialties: Hyperbaric Medicine, oxygen toxicology, ENT medicine
1 Free radicals in inflammation and allergic reactions in the respiratory system roles.
(2) high-pressure oxygen on the respiratory system inflammatory reactions.
3 Basic research on head and neck cancer.
4 Eustachian tube function and middle ear barotrauma incidence of correlation.
5 naval officers and the current status of motion sickness.
Lab Overview: Bias in our laboratory, pathology, biochemistry and molecular biology techniques and methods of research to explore the free radicals play a role in the disease. Early research focused on understanding the oxygen and free radicals cause damage to the mechanism of the respiratory system, and to explore the high-pressure oxygen inflammation of the respiratory system effects, including acute lung injury, respiratory and allergic diseases such as allergic rhinitis. In recent years, the research topics include naval military array of medical and radicals in head and neck cancer and the role of nasal disease pathogenesis discussed. The laboratory is also with the Department of Otolaryngology Tri-Service General Hospital, Wang Wan officer and Our Professor Wan Fangrong, Professor Huang Kunlun and Shao-former professor and many other have cooperation, increasing the diversity of content.
Naval Medical Research Institute Performance Assessment Battery (NMRI PAB) Documentation
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