Anesthesia & Clinical Research

Anesthesia & Clinical Research
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Lize Xiong

Lize Xiong

Lize Xiong
Professor of Anesthesiology
The Fourth Military Medical University, President of Xijing Hospital, China


Dr. Lize Xiong is the President of Xijing Hospital, professor the Fourth Military Medical University. He is also the Director of the Key Laboratory of the Critical Care Medicine of the PLA and Program Director of an institutional postdoctoral training program in anesthesiology. Dr.Xiong acts as an Executive Committee Member of World Federation of Societies of Anaesthesiologists (WFSA) and Secretary of Asian Australian Region Society (AARS) of WFSA, President-Elected of Chinese Society of Anesthesiology (CSA) of Chinese Medical Association (CMA), vice-president of Chinese Society of Clinical Pharmacy of Chinese Medical Association (CMA).
Dr.Xiong graduated from The Fourth Military Medical University in 1985 and received ICU training in Peking Union Medical College hospital in Beijing. For further research experiences, he went to Nuffield Department of Anaesthetics, Oxford University, England in 1992 and Yamaguchi University School of Medicine, Japan in 1998 as Visiting Scholar.
Dr.Xiong’s research interest is neuroprotection, he was awarded the First Class of the State Science and Technology Prizes in 2011, and his research supported by 16 Key projects, as Majors Program of National Natural Science Foundation of China, National Natural Science Founds for Distinguished Young Scholar, and Joint Research Fund for Overseas Chinese Young Scholars, etc. Currently, he has got 3 First Class Science &Technology of Shaanxi Province and 9 National Patents. Dr.Xiong was invited to deliver speeches at many International Conferences and has published more than 110 peer-reviewed papers and 24 chapters. He serves as associate chief editors and board members for a number of academic journals.

Research Interest

Preconditioning (electro-acupuncture, hyperbaric oxygen, remote-ischemia, inhaled anesthetics)
Mechanism of general anesthesia
Mechanism of pain