PROF. LU ZHONGQIU
Prof.Lu Zhongqiu is a Ph.D supervisor and chief physician, director of the Emergency Medical Center, and he is also the Dean of School of Nursing, Wenzhou Medical University, enjoying the Special Government Allowances of the State Council.
Prof. Lu is a keen contributor to the establishment of EICU in this hospital, developing an model by integrating the emergency treatment, prehospital and in-hospital care and ward as a system. And he played an important role in many Emergency Public Health Incidents, including SARS,Wenchuan earthquake and "7.23" motor vehicle accident. He is the first one in China to research on Vibrio vulnificus sepsis pathogenic mechanisms and treatment, and in charge of 10 innovative technologies.
He has earned many honors and titles, including: Vice-chairman of Chinese College of Emergency Physicans, Chinese Doctor Association, Deputy Chief of Poisoning Group, Emergency Medicine Division, Chinese Doctor Association, Member of Executive Committee on Postgraduate Medical Education, Chinese Doctor Association, Vice-chairman of Emergency Division, China International Exchange and Promotive Association for Medical and Health Care, Specialist of Emergency Medicine Quality Control Board of National Health and Family Planning Commission, Editorial board member of National Emergency Medicine Residents Standardized Training Materials, Editorial board member of Emergency Physician Regular Assessment of Chinese Doctor Association, Academic leader Young and middle-aged academic leaders in Zhejiang Universities, and Person in Charge of Key Displines,Medical Innovation Disciplines,Key Displines of Traditional Chinese Medicine of universities in Zhejiang.
He is in charge of 2 projects by National Natural Science Foundation of China, 2 projects by National Health and Family Planning Commission, and 12 Provincial Natural Science Foundation major projects and Provincial Science and Technology Projects. He has published papers more than 300 as the first or correspondence author, 27 of them were collected by SCI with total impact factor of 64.8.