Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine
An academician of the Chinese Academy of Sciences.
He believes that the core ideas of systematic biology match with that of Chinese medical theory. Chinese medicine can play a significant role in chemical biology with its experience in regulating bodily functions.
Hu Zhibi, an academician of the Chinese Academy of Engineering, is mainly involved in the study of Chinese medical bioengineering.
Hu is the first person in the world to cultivate, at the highest conversion rate, cell strains of digitalis, well-known as “Hu’s cell strain.” She is one of the founders of Chinese medical bioengineering.
A distinguished TCM doctor in Shanghai.
There are currently no specific medications in Western medicine for liver fibrosis. Liu Ping and his research team at Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine are doing groundbreaking work in dealing with liver fibrosis using Chinese medicine. Their patented Chinese medicine for anti-liver fibrosis has successfully completed phase-II clinical trials in the United States.
A well known medical educator.
Yan has long been engaged in many fields, such as TCM academic schools, development history of Chinese medicine, academic ideas and physician experiences in past generations, and the treatment of cardiovascular diseases. As a Chinese medical educator, he initiated the differentiation study and practice of TCM teaching scheme, credit system and three-semester reform. Although in his 70s, Yan is still dedicated to Chinese medical education.
A well known TCM traumatology expert and medical educator.
He supervised numerous young scholars in Chinese medicine, including the winner of the National Science Foundation for Distinguished Young Scholars of China and the chief scientist of the National Key Basic Research and Development Plan of China (the 973 Program). Shi is well-known for his TCM prevention and treatment of chronic tendon and bone conditions. He has been issued the Special Contribution Award in TCM Inheritance and is a representative of the TCM Orthopedics project, a national intangible cultural heritage project.
A distinguished teacher in Shanghai.
As an acupuncturist, Xu often analyzes disease conditions using the Man-Heaven Unity theory and holistic views from the Internal Classic (Nei Jing). Xu also differentiates meridians using the theory of qi, blood, biao (symptoms), ben (root causes), gen (root) and jie (branches).
Xu practices the theory of reinforcing the meridian pathways and reducing pressure against the meridian pathways. She has achieved good therapeutic effects by combining needles and Chinese herbal formula. She is the chief expert on Chinese meridians at the Health Center of the Chinese Medical Association.
A distinguished teacher in Shanghai and an excellent supervisor in classroom teachings, academic discussions, and instructions on postgraduate and post-doctoral dissertations.
Fang loves teaching and cares for his students. The courses he has designed are of national high quality. Students can benefit a great deal from Fang’s research ideas, project designs and laboratory training.
A distinguished TCM doctor in Shanghai and China as a whole.
Cai is an apprentice tutor and academic leader specializing in spleen and stomach problems by the State Administration of Traditional Chinese Medicine. Clinically, Cai is an expert in the treatment of gastritis, ulcers, chronic diarrhea and post-operative (gastrointestinal cancer) regulation. He has been dedicated to the treatment and research of TCM treatment of chronic atrophic gastritis coupled with pre-cancerous lesion and irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). He also edited or co-authored 28 books on Chinese Internal Medicine.
A professor at the College of Basic Medicine
She has edited or co-authored more than 10 books including TCM Diagnostics, Collections of Health Preservation in TCM Perspective, TCM for Mental Conditions, Interpretations of Jin Kui Yao Lüè and Key Principles of Jin Kui Yao Lüè. She has also contributed to more than 30 academic papers. She has chaired scientific research projects including TCM for Depression, Experimental Study on Kidney Qi and Disease-Syndrome of Jin Kui Yao Lüè.
A doctorate advisor and professor at the College of Chinese Materia Medica.
Chen is an expert in education, clinical application and research of herbal diets. He sits on the editorial boards of four journals -- Chinese Traditional Patent Medicine, China Journal of Experimental Traditional Medical Formulae, Oriental Medicated Diet, and Diet Therapy and Healthcare.
A professor at the College of Acupuncture and Tuina.
Li has been dedicated to bilingual teaching of tuina. Li edited the book Collections of Chinese Tuina and published 15 academic papers, including Observations on the Effect of Massage on Experimental Gastric Ulcer in Rats. In addition, he has chaired numerous scientific research projects.