Qing-Yi Meng, MD
The General Hospital of the People's Liberation Army, Beijing, China
Prof. Meng is Doctoral Tutor of the emergency department in Chinese PLA General Hospital (301 Hospital) and expert of internal medicine, emergency medicine, difficult diseases and health care. He was admitted to the First Military Medical University in 1979, got the master degree of cardiovascular medicine in 1989 and received a doctorate in 1994 in Chinese PLA Postgraduate Medical School. In 1995 he was promoted to the vice-professor and deputy director of the emergency department in Chinese PLA General Hospital, and then gone to Japan as a visiting professor of Oita Medical University in 1998, and USA as postdoctoral of cardiology in the Cleveland Clinic Foundation and Johns Hopkins hospital from 2000 to 2002, and became the full professor and chief physician of Chinese PLA General Hospital in 2002. The main research fields included the cardiovascular disease, cardiopulmonary resuscitation, acute poisoning and fever of unknown origin, especially majored in the diagnosis and treatment for difficult and critical diseases, but also had some achievements in the laboratory medicine, nursing and health care. Published a total of more than 500 academic papers, write the book of "emergency clinical thinking" and the editors for other 14 works. The current social positions were the board of China Association for International Friendly Contact, vise chairman and secretary-general of division of poisoning and treatment in Chinese Society of Toxicology, and vise chairman and secretary-general of division of cardiopulmonary resuscitation in Chinese Research Hospital Association.