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Five Scholars of our Hospital Selected as Most Cited Chinese Researchers

2019-04-09 10:28:59

On Jan 17th, a giant academic publisher Elsevier officially published the List of the 2018 Most Cited Chinese Researchers, into which 1,899 scholars from 229 universities and colleges, research institutions, and enterprises in China were selected. Five scholars from our hospital (27 from Sichuan University) were selected, an increase of two over the previous year.

To launch the 2018 List of Most Cited Chinese Researchers, the methods and standards developed by Shanghai Ranking Education Information Consulting Co., Ltd were employed, and the results were made through systematic analysis on the worldwide influence of Chinese scholars based on cited data.

Elsevier’s database has provided data support and technological realization for the research on this list. Scopus, the largest literature abstract and citation database, has collected more than 20,000 peer review journals, including more than 500 kinds of Chinese journals. In the literature collected in Scopus’ database, there are more than 3 million addresses of the institutions from China (mainland China), and over 4 million author names.

The total citings of the Most Cited Scholars as the first author or corresponding author were at the top ranking among the Chinese researchers in their respective disciplines (mainland China). Such listing means that the scientist has acquired worldwide influence in the field of his/her research, and that his/her scientific result has made a great contribution to the development of such fields.


Profile of Selected Scholars from our Hospital

Professor Gong Qiyong, a doctoral tutor, now serves as Vice President of the West China Hospital, chief expert of radiophotography of the Health Committee of Sichuan Province, and Chair Professor of the "Yangtze River Scholar" appointed by the Ministry of Education, academic leader of the medical image innovative research group of the National Natural Science Foundation of China, the chairman-elect of the ISMRM Mental Magnetic Resonance Group, and chairman of the International Chinese Medical Magnetic Resonance Society. He has been engaged in the clinical radiology imaging for a long time. Over the past decade, he has conducted systematic and profound mental imageology research on the significant neuropsychology and mental diseases; also, he has published over 100 SCI papers as the corresponding author on Radiology, which takes the first place in the field of radiology, as well as AMA Psychiatry and Am J Psychiatry, famous pathergasiology journals, with the h-index up to 67. His results achieved as the first accomplisher have been granted one second-prize of the National Natural Science Award, two first-prizes of the Sichuan Provincial Award for Science and Technology Progress, and one first-prize of the Chinese Medical Science and Technology Award.

     Professor Dong Birong, now serves as the executive director of the National Clinical Research Center for Geriatric Disorders ( West China Hospital, Sichuan University) and vice chairwoman of the Geriatrics Sub-association of the Chinese Medical Association, vice president of the Geriatrics and Physicians Sub-association of the Chinese Medical Doctors Association, vice director of the Palliative Medicine Sub-association of the Chinese Association of Geriatric Research, vice director of the China Association of Gerontology and Geriatrics, vice chairwoman& secretary-general of the China Geriatrics Centers Alliance, and chairwoman of the West China Geriatrics Centers Alliance. She has been engaged in the internal medicine and geriatrics clinical work over three decades, and made outstanding contributions to the founding and development of the geriatric medicine and discipline as an important pioneer in the geriatrics of our hospital and an academic leader. She is also among the first batch of geriatrics postgraduate and doctoral tutors in China.

Professor Kang Yujian, an ATS Fellow, now acts as the director of the Regenerative Medicine Research Center of SCU, and chief scientist & CEO of Sichuan REVOTEK Biological Science and Technology Co., Ltd. His major research includes the reconstruction of the trauma signal system and repair of the cardiovascular function to address the key theory and technical problems in the regenerative medicine, and realize the clinical application of the regenerative medicines.

Professor Qian Zhiyong, second-level professor of SCU, doctoral tutor, chairman of the Nano-biotechnology Sub-association of the China Medicinal Biotech Association, the leading talent of sci-tech innovation in the Ten-thousand Talents Program, the winner of the National Fund for Distinguished Young Talents and the Excellent Young Talents Fund; he also serves as vice chairman of Sichuan Youth Federation for Science and Technology, and an editorial board member for a couple of international academic journals. His major research covers nano-biotech materials, biomedical polymer materials, and new-type drug delivery system. He has published more than 100 SCI papers as the first author or corresponding author on such international academic journals as Adv Funct Mater and ACS Nano, seven of which have been selected as the ESI Most-cited Theses, with the h-index of 42; and over 3000 other-citings by well-known international academic journals were registered. He has been selected as the Chinese Most-cited Researcher in the Field of Biomedical Engineering for three years. 16 Chinese patents for invention have been authorized, and in 2018 he was authorized for clinical trial of two new medicines.

Professor Xiao Bo, doctoral tutor and "973" chief scientist. His research includes the developmental neurobiology and neuroimmunology, in which the genetically modified mouse model in combination with cytobiology, biochemistry and molecular biology is employed to research how key intracellular signal channels such as mTOR regulate the interaction between nerve cells and gliocytes, and act during the development and disease process. He has published more than 20 papers on such international famous magazines as Developmental Cell, Nature Neuroscience and Neuron, and has been selected as the Chinese Most-cited Research in the Field of Neurosciences.

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