Institute of Alzheimer disease

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Institute of Alzheimer disease

Kun-cheng Li

Kun-cheng Li
Kun-cheng Li
Dept. of Radiology, Xuan Wu Hospital, Capital Medical University

Degree        Year             Institution                    Major
Ph.D.         1990     Peking Union Medical College.       Radiology
M.D.          1982     China Medical University       Clinical Medicine    

Resident (1982-1987), Dept. of Radiology, Third Affiliated Hospital & Clinical College, China Medical University. Shenyang
Attending Doctor (1990-1993), Fuwai Hospital & Cardiovascular Institute,
Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences (CAMS), Beijing
Associate Professor  (1993-1994), Dept. of Radiology, Fuwai Hospital & Cardiovascular Institute, CAMS
Chairman and Professor (1994~   ), Dept. of Radiology, Xuanwu Hospital,
Capital Medical University, Beijing.
President,(2010), Dept. of Medical Imaging, Capital Medical University

Vice President, Chinese Society of Radiology
Standing Committee Member, Radiologist Branch of Chinese Medical Doctor Association
Vice Chairman, Beijing Council of Chinese Society of Radiology
Editor-in-chief, Chinese Journal of Medical Imaging Technology
Associate editor-in-chief: Chinese Journal of Radiology,
Chinese Journal of CT and MRI,
Journal of Clinical Radiology.
Editor of 26 Chinese academic Journal

As a neuro-radiologist and Cardio-radiologist, the major research directions are the imaging of Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, MS and NMO, stroke, epilepsy, coronary heart disease and medical informatics.
As an advisor of Ph.D., I have trained 45 master postgraduates,36 Ph.D., students and 12 post-doctoral researchers.
Up to date, more than more than 687 papers were published, and 152 papers in English were cited by SCI.
12 profession books (as chief editor) were published (in Chinese), and 38 profession books (as editor) were published (in Chinese). 3 profession books (as editor) were published (in English). More than 280 abstracts were presented on nationwide academic conferences, and 165 abstracts were presented on international academic conferences, including 6 plenary lectures.