Responsibilities: (1) 3D project development with radiologists and clinical providers,(2) project management and fostering project managers in protocol creation and improvement, training, quality control, mainly in cardiovascular projects, especially interesting in diagnosis and surgical planning for aortic diseases, coronary artery diseases, atrial fibrillation, transcatheter cardiac valve replacements, congenital heart diseases, DIEP/breast reconstruction, (3) doing and solving daily issues for special and difficult cases, (4) 3D service management with the director.
Happy things on the job: (1) Friendship: help to solve issues, encouraging sharing skills and collaboration in the Lab; (2) Quality: better 3D imaging and measurement, skill improvement; (3) Efficiency: quick response for urgent cases and completion of daily cases.
Background: After graduated from medical school, completed resident/fellowship training in Radiology/Gastrointestinal Radiology and promoted to staff radiologist in 1987. Have >30-year experience in 3D imaging research and clinical practice, including research fellow/assistant professor at Northwestern University, assistant professor at Georgetown University, 3D specialist at Harvard-Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, chief radiologist/director of 3D Imaging Lab at Haikou Hospitals in Haikou, China.
Hobbies: Taiqi, photos and pictures, foot ball, running and jogging, Chinese calligraphy, singing...