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Rong Wang

Rong Wang MD

Chief Physician, Department of Neurosurgery, Beijing Tiantan Hospital, Capital Medical University, Beijing, China

Dr. Rong Wang is a chief physician, professor, and doctoral supervisor, mainly engaged in the diagnosis and treatment of craniocerebral vascular diseases and related basic research. He is good at surgical treatment of various cerebrovascular diseases, such as: revascularization of Moyamoya disease, carotid endarterectomy, hybrid operation of carotid artery occlusion and intracranial aneurysm clipping, etc. He is a Member of the Standing Committee of ischemic Stroke Surgery Expert Committee, Brain Prevention Office, National Health and Family Planning Commission. He has participated in a number of scientific research projects, such as the "tenth five-year plan" and "eleventh five-year Plan" key projects, "National Natural Science Foundation", "Capital Development Fund" projects, etc. For nearly five years, he chaired provincial projects of nature "the modal - multiple - convolution neural network based on postoperative function of Moyamoya disease revascularization and reshape the research on the mechanism of computing power, capital, characteristic brain function evaluation system (fMRI and cognitive evaluation) to evaluate ischemic Moyamoya disease diagnosis and treatment effect of the clinical research, high-level health technical personnel training, the Beijing municipal health system Plan, etc. As the keynote speaker, he taught the course of micromanipulation technology in the graduate class of Capital Medical University. He has applied for and obtained a number of micro-operation training programs, including "National Continuing Education Program," and has delivered relevant lectures for more than ten times every year. He has published many papers in Chinese core journals and SCI publications and participated in the compilation of many professional works.

Recent Contributions to PracticeUpdate:

  1. Antiplatelet Medication in Adult Moyamoya Disease