|Title||Chief Physician, Professor, Director of ICU|
Prof. Ma Gang has been engaged in critical care medicine. He graduated from Clinical College at Chongqing Medical University in 1985 and was conferred upon the degree of Master of Medicine by Guangzhou Institute of Respiratory Disease in 1992.
Prof. Ma Gang mainly engages himself in clinical medicine, teaching and research of complication of cancer and has obtained profound achievements in cardiopulmonary resuscitation, respiratory therapy, stent implantation treatment and emergency care for malignant laryngotracheal stenosis and respiratory failure, early diagnosis of and treatment for postoperative fistula of esophagus cancer, supporting chemotherapy for critical diseases, application of bronchoscopy, and diagnosis and treatment of SIRS (systemic inflammatory response syndrome), sepsis, acute respiratory distress syndrome, severe infection and (MODS) multiple organ dysfunction syndrome.
|Title||Associate chief physician, Associate Professor, Deputy Director of ICU|
Prof. Lou Ning has been engaged in critical care medicine, developing cardiovascular disease and renal disease treatment and supporting treatment of cancer patient.
07/2001-09/2001: Attending physician, Department of Cardiology of the Second Affiliated Hospital of Guangzhou Medical University
09/2001-04/2004: Research fellow, attending physician, Department of Nephrology of the First Affiliated Hospital, Sun Yat-sen University
2004-present: Chief physician, associate chief physician, ICU of Sun Yat-sen University Cancer Center
|Title||Associate Professor and Executive-Director|
Clinical Work began as a clinician in Beijing in Aug. 1988 in the China-Japan Friendship Hospital after graduating from the Sun Yat-sen University of medical sciences. As one of the earliest professional CCM (critical care medicine) doctors in China, Dr. Zhao got further training in the Dept. of Anesthesiology, Faculty of Medicine, University of Heidelberg since July 1976 and was awarded MD of CCM in Sept. 2000. Then Dr. Zhao went back to Guangzhou, China and worked continuously in ICU as CCM clinician in the Sun Yat-sen University Cancer Center until present.
From Sept. 1998 to Aug. 1999, Dr. Zhao was invited as visiting professor for scientific exchange in the Dept. of Molecular and Cellular Oncology and Immunology, MD Anderson Cancer Center, University of Texas. Dr. Zhao is professional expert in CCM work and administration. His PI team are now practicing modern clinical therapies and monitoring technique including hemodynamic monitoring, bedside emergent continuous renal replacement therapy (CRRT) therapy, mechanical ventilation and CPR manipulations skillfully in treating patients with severe infection, multiple organ dysfunction syndrome (MODS), sepsis, shock, DIC, circulatory/ respiratory/ renal failure, perioperative organ transplantation, sudden cardiac death, etc.
As director of the Dept. of Infection Control, Dr. Zhao is also in responsible for the Center’s administrative strategic prevention and clinical therapeutic treatment/consultation in cases of infection.