To investigate the criminal conduct of all institutions, organizations, and individuals involved in the persecution of Falun Gong; to bring such investigations, no matter how long it takes, no matter how far and deep we have to search, to full closure; to exercise fundamental principles of humanity; and to restore and uphold justice in society.

WOIPFG's Investigative Report into the Allegations of Xijing Hospital—the First Affiliated Hospital of the Air Force Medical University (Formerly the Fourth Military Medical University)—Engaging in Forced Organ Harvesting

December 15, 2020

 

Address: No. 15, Changle West Road, Xi'an City, Shaanxi Province

Phone: +86-29-84775507

Email: xjyymz@fmmu.edu.cn

 

Preface

China's military and police hospitals are the main perpetrators of the genocide of harvesting organs from live Falun Gong practitioners. Specifically, the hospitals affiliated to the Military Medical Universities are the principal actors of the crime. On September 30, 2014, WOIPFG's telephone investigation of Major General Bai Shuzhong, the director of the Health Division of PLA's General Logistics Department, proved the allegation to be true. [1]

Xijing Hospital Affiliated to the Air Force Medical University is one of the suspects that committed the atrocities of forced organ harvesting from Falun Gong practitioners.

From the end of 2019 to the beginning of 2020, WOIPFG’s investigators, posing as a family member of a prospective patient, conducted three-week telephone investigations of Dr. Li Guowei, a kidney transplant surgeon. The recorded phone conversation further confirmed that the practice of forced organ harvesting from live Falun Gong practitioners has been continuing in China to this date. [2]

Hospital Overviews

The predecessor of the hospital was the Second Army Hospital of the Northwestern Military Region. In 1954, it was reorganized as the First Affiliated Hospital of the Fourth Military Medical University. In 1984, it was called "Xijing Hospital." In 1993, it was rated as a triple A hospital. In 2017, the Fourth Military Medical University was renamed as the Air Force Medical University, and accordingl, the hospital was renamed as the First Affiliated Hospital of the Air Force Medical University (publicly known as: Xijing Hospital of the Air Force Medical University).

According to its website, in 2013, the hospital’s overall performance ranked in the Top 5 among all Chinese Hospitals. It has the qualifications to four organ transplant programs, namely heart, liver, lung, and kidney transplantation. [3]  The hospital has 6 national research priority programs, and 3,218 beds in total.  The hospital covers an area of 430 mu (7.8 acres), with a construction area of 503,200 square meters. [4]

 

I. The Department of Hepatobiliary and Pancreas Surgery has a Military Organ Transplant Center

The department has been recognized as a national research funding priority.   In 2005, it became all-China Military Organ Transplant Center which conducted liver and multiple organ transplantations.[5]  It has performed almost all types of liver transplants. In 1999, the first small bowel transplantation was performed here, in 2003, a pancreas-kidney joint transplantation (SPK), in 2005, a liver-kidney-pancreas joint transplantation, in 2006, the first face transplant operation in China (the second in the world), and in 2008, the first heart-liver-kidney joint transplantation in Asia.[6]

 

The Urology department of Xijing Hospital is the largest and the most comprehensive one in the Northwestern Area. It has a kidney transplant ward and Crossmatch laboratory services.[7]

 

II. Exceptionally High numbers for single-day cardiac transplants

The hospital has set records twice for conducting 3 heart transplants consecutively in one day.

Wang Hongbing, the deputy director of the Department of Cardiovascular Surgery, became one of the record keepers in China for performing the 3 heart transplants.[8]

 

 Cai Zhenjie, the former Head of the Cardiovascular Surgery Institute in the Fourth Military Medical University and now the Head of the Cardiology Institute of the General Hospital of Armed Police, also completed 3 heart transplants on a single day in Sep. 2003.[9]

III. Predicated on the number of beds, the annual numers of live transplantations is extrordinarily high.
 

The Urology Department of the Hospital has 80 beds in total.[10]  The Department of Hepatobiliary and Pancreas Surgery has three wards and 150 beds, including a low-temperature laminar flow ward with the transplant center.[11]

 

IV. The hospital has a strong team of transplant surgeons. Based on the capacity of single-day organ transplantations, the annual number in the hospital is huge.

In 2014, WOIPFG released a name list of surgeons who participated in organ transplantations.[12] From the information in the public domain, we found that in terms of kidney transplantation, 36 physicians had performed such operations, among them 6 Chief Physicians, 8 Deputy Chief Physicians, 2 Attending Physicians, and 20 assisting staff members.

 

In addition, in the Department of Hepatobiliary and Pancreas Surgery alone, there are 7 Professors, and 5 Associate Professors. All the medical doctors in that department hold Doctorate Degrees.[13]  In addition, the department also has 30 supporting staff members. In total, 42 medical professionals.  They can form at least 10 teams for liver and kidney transplantations.

 

V. WOIPFG's Phone Investigation of Xijing Hospital Engaging in Live Organ Harvesting[14]

From Dec 26, 2019 to Jan 15, 2020, World Organization to Investigate the Persecution of Falun Gong (WOIPFG) conducted an investigation on Li Guowei, a kidney transplant surgeon at Xijing Hospital Affiliated to the Air Force Medical University (formerly the Fourth Military Medical University). Five phone recordings about the CCP’s live organ harvesting have been obtained through our step-by-step investigation from multiple angles. The investigation result confirms once again that the CCP has not stopped the live organ harvesting from Falun Gong practitioners, and this heinous crime is still ongoing.

Our fourth phone investigation taking place on January 13, 2020 especially exposed several deeply hidden secrets of the CCP’s live organ harvesting of Falun Gong practitioners, as well as the party’s long-standing lies of sourcing transplant organs from executed prisoners and voluntary donors through the Red Cross Society of China. The person under investigation acknowledged straightforwardly, “The organs come from Falun Gong practitioners”, while in the CCP authorities’ public statements, they have been described as young donors with high-quality and primary illness-free organs. He even claimed, “As long as you are daring enough, then at that time (i.e., when a Falun Gong practitioner donor becomes available) ...as long as you dare to take a look, I can bring you to the bedside and let you have a look, that is, to let you see with your own eyes that this person is in his 20s.”

In the end, the WOIPFG investigator revealed his identity and cautioned Li Guowei that he had perpetrated the crime against humanity and would eventually face a pathetic ending. The investigator advised him to atone for his sins and crimes by cooperating with the WOIPFG’s investigation. However, he replied, “China is a one-party system. You don’t need to tell me this stuff.” His attitude also reflected the extent of the CCP’s evil brainwashing, which would turn individuals into demons and has degraded the once highly-cultured China into a hell.

(Onsite Video Recordings of WOIPFG’s Investigation[15])

 

WOIPFG's First Investigation on Li Guowei

Investigation date: Dec 26, 2019 (+86-15929931212)

(Recording 1. Download: MP3; Transcript Download: pdf1)

 Summary:

A WOIPFG investigator posing as a family member of a prospective patient, talked to Dr. Li Guowei at Xijing Hospital.
 

1. When the investigator asked Li Guowei to provide organs from Falun Gong practitioners, Li said: "We are also willing to use them! In the past, the government allowed hospitals to use the kidneys from executed prisoners. Those organs were really good. After we conducted the surgeries ourselves, we all knew that kind of organs were really good."

2. When asked about the organ sources, Li said: "The majority of the people are unwilling to donate now, and fewer and fewer people are willing to donate. Even if you have their written consent, if their family members disagree, the donation is invalid. The so-called allocation by the Red Cross Society are... it is totally just a verbal dictation from the officials!"

3. When asked about the price of a kidney transplant, Li said: "The kidney sources in Shaanxi are the cheapest. One costs around 100,000 yuan. Someone had already asked the organ transplant center in Tianjin, and the kidney source alone would cost 350,000 yuan in cash."
 

 

WOIPFG’s Second Investigation on Li Guowei

Investigation date: Jan 10, 2020 (+86-15929931212)

(Recording 2. Download: MP3; Transcript Download: pdf2)

Summary:

A different WOIPFG investigator continued to discuss with Li Guowei, posing as a different family member of the same prospective patient.

1. The investigator: "If you can help out, I can bring in the money with me in full amount." Li said: "It's not a problem for me to find this thing (Falun Gong organs) for you!  I am in this department, so this is relatively easy for me to get it done."

2. When talking about the quality of the donors, Li said: "I can get to know how old the donor is, if he has any intrinsic or pre-existing health conditions, whether he's healthy or not. I can get to know all those information, but you are not entitled to know!"

3. When talking about the organ sources, Li said: “The competition is very fierce. It's not like what people said about the Red Cross Society that people get officially and randomly selected as recipients. It's not like that! You probably understand it even without me telling you." The investigator then said the Red Cross Society is "just a disguise".  Li responded: "Right, right, it's just an official narrative."

4. The investigator said that there were certain channels to source organs from Falun Gong practitioner and it's not absolutely impossible to get them. Li replied: " That, to be honest, is hard to tell. Can’t tell the truth. (Laughter).”  Li admitted that Red Cross is just a façade. He said: “ The upper level explicitly doesn’t allow it for the time being." The inference is it was allowed before.

5. The investigator said: "You need to tell me the truth." And he asked him whether he could find Falun Gong practitioner’s organs.  Li replied: "Of course, I can find it for you. For sure, I can get it.  Just that you need to spend more money. I can find it."

The investigator: "You should look for the type (of organs) that Han Mei talked to you about. You can definitely find one, right?" LI replied: "Right, yes… I understand the type you are talking about."

 

 

WOIPFG’s Third Investigation on Li Guowei

Investigation date: Jan 11, 2020 (+86-15929931212)

(Recording 3. Download: MP3; Transcript Download: pdf3)

Summary:
 

1. Li said: " Under 30, don’t have pre-existing health conditions. Most likely to get someone under 30. Although we are talking about under 30-year-olds, if you are lucky, we may find someone in his 20s, maybe younger than 20, between 15 and 20 years old. That’s all possible!"

2. The investigator said: "About this kind of organs from Falun Gong, some of them may also be problematic. I heard they are beaten so badly when they are forced to be “transformed” and to write a guarantee. Some refuse to write it. They would go on hunger strikes, go through force-feeding, so their organs have been driven to the brink of failure."

Li replied: "I know what you meant. As long as you are daring enough, I can bring you to the bedside to have a look. Then when we take out the organs, at the time of removing organs, you can’t see it, because we would be in the operation room then….It’s that when the time comes, I can let you have a look, to let you see with your own eyes that the person is in his 20s… I'm just afraid that you may be too timid to take a look. As long as you are dare enough to see it, you can."

3. The investigator asked: “Will the organs be removed in the hospital?”  Li replied: "Yes , in the hospital.

The investigator: “Immediately transplant it after the removal?”

Li: “Yes. As soon as it’s being removed, because if you need to fix something… all will be done in the hospital, not outside, such as small clinics, places like that. It's not the casea right now. All the surgical treatments are done inside Xijing Hospital. We won't send you away to a villa outside of the hospital or other places. That won't happen. It did happen before."

WOIPFG's Fourth Investigation on Li Guowei

Investigation date: Jan 13, 2020 (+86-15929931212)

(Recording 4. Download: MP3; Transcript Download: pdf4)

Summary:

1. Li: "All sources used by hospitals were from prisoners, all from prisioners. “

Investigator: "Prisoners, Falun Gong practitioners are called prisoners because they are locked in prisons, right?"

Li: "How other people call them, we don't care. That is not something you or I should be concerned about. It has nothing to do with us!"

2. Investigator: "You perform (surgeries) and source organs from Falun Gong practitioners, but you cannot talk about it openly. You can only say that they are good-quality organs, with no pre-existing health conditions, and young, right?"

Li: "Right, right, that's how we say it. It's correct for you to say that! (laughter)"

Investigator: "Let’s stop beating around the bush. You can find for us organs from Falun Gong practitioner, but officially, in public, we would just say those organs are of high-quality, no pre-existing health conditions, and young. That’s it. Right?  ”

Li: “Right, right, right.”

Investigator: “Alright! This is what you meant, right?”

Li: “Yes, that’s what I meant.”

3. Investigator: “You said that the military system recently paused (organ transplants) for a little while. What’s the reason?”

Li: “Because recently the military has been auditing their books! Because you need to pay cash for the kidney sources in due course. Because at present, cases like yours are not allowed. The hospital does not allow cash transactions.”

 

WOIPFG’s Fifth Investigation on Li Guowei

Investigation date: Jan 15, 2020 (+86-15929931212)

(Recording 5. Download: MP3; Transcript Download: pdf5)

Summary:

During the first four investigations, the WOIPFG investigators approached Li under the pretense of being family members of a prospective patient. In the fifth investigation, the investigator formally identified himself as a WOIPFG member, in the hope that Li would atone for his crimes by cooperating with the investigation and exposing the truth.

1. Investigator: “I am telling you that we can give you an opportunity to make contributions to atone for your crimes. If you cooperate with our investigation to expose the dark secrets, you will make contributions and make atonement for the crimes that you’ve committed in the past due to the CCP’s coerce and inducement. Do you understand what I’m saying now?”

Li Guowei: “I got it.”

2. Investigator: “Could you accept and cooperate with our investigation to expose all the dark details to us?”

Li Guowei: “I can’t.”

Investigator: “Why?”

Li Guowei: “No reason. No reason.”

3. Li Guowei: “As you said, which kind of people would be saved?”

Investigator: “Exposing the hidden secrets of forced organ harvesting from live Falun Gong practitioners, then they couldn’t keep doing that anymore.”

Li Guowei: “If they can’t do that anymore, how about the survival of those patients waiting for organ transplants?”

Investigator: “The patients could follow the normal channels (to obtain donated organs) to survive. You can’t kill those good people just because you want to survive. Can that be right?”

Li Guowei: “Who killed good people?”

Investigator: “Aren’t Falun Gong practitioners good people?”

Li Guowei: “Falun Gong?”

Investigator: “Right. Falun Gong practitioners just follow their faith, right?”

Li Guowei: “Those things are none of my business. I am just an ordinary citizen. It’s useless for you to tell me these stuffs.”

Investigator: “But you have directly participated in the live organ harvesting. You’ve performed the transplant operations, and you are a participant.”

4. Li Guowei: “Don’t tell me these anti..anti-CCP theories. China is one-party system. Don’t you tell me these!”

 Conclusion:

1, The five recorded phone conversations further proved that the crime of harvesting organs from live Falun Gong practitioners hasn’t been stopped, and is continuing.

2, The investigations on Jan 10, 11 and 13, 2020 exposed the lies from the CCP that all organ transplants in China were from voluntary donated organs. Dr. Li Guowei conceded that the Red Cross is just a disguise. He said that sourcing organs from Falun Gong is explicitly not allowed for the time being. The implication is it was allowed before. Now it’s not allowed only temprorarily or explicitly.

He also confessed that all the organs used in the transplants in the hospital were sourced from Falun Gong practitioners, but they cann’t talk about it openly. They could only say it’s of high-quality without pre-existing health conditions. To prove to the prospective patients that the hospital is still sourcing organs from Falun Gong practitioners, he said that as long as you are dare enough, I can bring you to the bedside to have a look. Let you see with your own eyes the source is about in his 20s.

3, Li Guowei can tell so much details about the dark secrets of organ transplant which demonstrated that he has been engaging in forcibly removal organs for years, therefore, has committed the atrocities of organ harvesting from live Falun Gong practitioners.

Li Guowei is not only a kidney transplant surgeon, but he could also be a member of the Organ Procurement Organization (OPO) at Xijing Hospital. He should clearly know all the illegal channels to obtain organ sources at the hospital.

Li is not only a kidney surgeon, but also a member of the hospital’s Organ Procuremet Orgnizations. He has been fully aware how the hospital has been sourcing organs through various channels, but he has been evasive when talking about his involvement in killing innocent people. He defended himself with the argument of China is a one-party system. Don’t tell me these!”.  He is so deeply involved in the CCP’s crime against humanity that he’s unable to extricate himself from it. He ignored the advice and warning from WOIPFG, and thus lost a rare opportunity to save himself.

VI. Investigation on Bai Shuzhong, former director of the Health Division for the Chinese People’s Liberation Army’s (PLA) General Logistics Department (GLD).

 

On September 30, 2014, a WOIPFG investigator called Bai Shuzhong, pretending to be a member of the Special Investigation Team working on Bo Xilai’s case

(Recording 16: MP3; Transcript Download: pdf16)

 

Bai Shuzhong stated that it is Jiang Zemin who ordered to source organs from Falun Gong practitioners to supply the organ transplant surgeries. “Several Military Medical Universities directly affiliated to our GLD requested that repeatedly as Jiang brought a lot of attention to the matter back then.”

 

Summary

In september 2014, when we investigated over phone on the former director of the Health Division of PLA’s GLD, Bai Shuzhong, he confirmed that it is Jiang Zemin who ordered to source organs from Falun Gong practitioners for transplant surgeries. As the then top leader of the military health system, Bai Shuzhong played a key role in directly passing on the order of genocide from Jiang and implementing it in practice.

His term of office was between 1998 and 2004, which coincided with the peak time of the CCP’s persecution against Falun Gong practitioners and its atrocities of live organ harvesting. Therefore, he has personal information about the situation and can explain it in detail.

The recorded telephone conversations confirmed that it was the then-dictator of CCP,  Jiang Zemin, who ordered live organ harvesting. Jiang and the former CCP top-level officials utilized the state power to launch a mass killing against Falun Gong practitioners all acrossChina.

 

Verbatim Transcript:

Bai ShuzhongHello?

Investigator Hello, is this Bai Shuzhong, former director of the Health Divisio of the PLA’s GLD?
Bai ShuzhongAh, who are you?

Investigator …, we would like to ask you for some information,
Bai ShuzhongYou are…

Investigator Ah?
Bai ShuzhongWhen? About what? Go ahead please.

Investigator This is the situation, when you were the director of the Health Division of the                              PLA’s GLD  , regarding taking organs from the incarcerated Falun Gong people                           for organ transplantation, was it an order from Wang Ke, then director of the PLA                  GLD? Or         was it directly from the Central Military Commission?
Bai ShuzhongBack then, it was Chairman Jiang.

Investigator Hmm.
Bai ShuzhongThere was a written order, a written instruction, that said…

Investigator Hmm.
Bai ShuzhongSaid to carry out these things, that is, organ transplantation.

Investigator Hmm.
Bai ShuzhongLater, Chairman Jiang, [I] heard there was a written instruction about people                              selling kidneys for transplant surgeries, this, I should say, it was not just the                                   military who was doing the kidney transplants.
Investigator We also got some intelligence, that is to say, back then, the Joint Logistics                                   Departments (of the Military Regions) had detained a number of Falun Gong                                 people as live organ sources, is that true?
Bai ShuzhongThat, that, back then, ah, I think, at least this is how I recall, at that time, yes.                             Because back then, after Chairman Jiang issued the order, we all did a lot of work                                     in fighting against Falun Gong.

Investigator You (the PLA GLD) and the Joint Logistics Department No. 1 Branch, No. 2                               Branch and the Joint Logistics Department No.40 Branch, and the military                                     hospitals affiliated to them, do you directly supervise their operations?
Bai ShuzhongWe directly controlled military medical universities. Several military medical                            universities directly affiliated to our GLD requested that repeatedly as Jiang                                  brought a lot of attention to the matter back then. He placed a lot of emphasis on                           that.

Investigator Who put a lot of emphasis on the matter?
Bai ShuzhongJiang, it was when Jiang was in power.

Investigator Hmm.
Bai Shuzhong[Jiang] Paid a lot of attention to this matter.  There was a written order.

Investigator From 1998 to 2004, you were ….
Bai ShuzhongCorrect, correct, correct, the director of Health Division for the PLA’s GLD,                              from 98 to 04.

Investigator Well, we will end our conversation for now.
Bai ShuzhongOk, ok, good, good. In the future, if something comes up, you ask me, no                                   problem

Investigator Ok, good. Thanks, bye.
Bai ShuzhongBye.

 

VII. List of responsible individuals

JFJK-XJ001 Li Guowei, male.

Occupation: Kidney transplant surgeon                                

JFJK-XJ002 Dou Kefeng, male, born in February 1956 in Qianxian County, Shaanxi Province. [16]

Personal profile: Chief physician and professor of hepatobiliary surgery, Director of the PLA Organ Transplant Center, Director of the Department of Surgery, Vice Chairman of the Organ Transplant Branch of the Chinese Medical Association, Vice Chairman of the General Surgery and Organ Transplant Committee of the PLA.

From 1988 to 2001, he received a master's degree and a doctorate degree in surgery from the Fourth Military Medical University.

From 1991 to 1992, he went to the Queen Mary Hospital of the University of Hong Kong for advanced training in the cutting-edge technology of liver tumors, liver transplantation, and biliary tumors. He was a visiting scholar at Ribeiro University in Japan. [17]

He is the first doctor in China who completed a partial-liver-transplantation operation.  He and his team successively performed many extremely challenging transplant surgeries, including the first auxiliary liver transplantation in China from a live donor with a different orthotopic blood type, the world's first heterotopic auxiliary partial liver transplantation from a live donor, the world’s fourth combined liver-pancreas-kidney transplantation, and  first combined heart-liver-kidney transplantation in Asia. [18]

 

JFJK-XJ003 Zhang Geng, male.

Personal Profile: Chief physician and lecturer in the Urology Department

He graduated from the Department of Clinical Medicine of the Fourth Military Medical University in 2000 and received a doctorate in medicine in 2007.

Specialized in perioperative treatment and long-term follow-up of kidney transplantation and combined organ transplantations. [19]

JFJK-XJ004 Wang He, male.

Personal profile: Professor with the Urology Department.

Bachelor's degree in the Department of Military Medicine, Fourth Military Medical University from 1978 to 1983;

From 1983 to 1986, Resident and Assistant Professor in the Department of Urology, Xijing Hospital, Fourth Military Medical University;

From 1986 to 1988, he enrolled in the master degree program in the Urology Department at Xijing Hospital of the Fourth Military Medical University;

From 1988 to 1991, he studied for a doctorate degree in the Department of Urology, Xijing Hospital, Fourth Military Medical University;

1991-1993  Physician and lecturer in the Department of Urology, Xijing Hospital, Fourth Military Medical University;

1993-1995 Deputy Chief Physician and Lecturer in the Department of Urology, Xijing Hospital, Fourth Military Medical University;

From 1995 to 1997, Deputy Director and Associate professor of the Department of Urology, Xijing Hospital, Fourth Military Medical University;

From 1998 to 2000, Director and Associate professor of the Department of Urology, Xijing Hospital, Fourth Military Medical University;

2000-present, Director and Professor of Urology, Xijing Hospital, Fourth Military Medical University.

From 1997 to 1997, he advanced his professional training in the Department of Urology in the Affiliated Hospital of Hirosaki University, Japan.

Specialized in clinical and basic research of kidney transplantation.[20]
 

JFJK-XJ005 Yuan Jianlin, male, date of birth: November 12, 1964, Han ethnicity. [21]

Personal profile: Chief Physician and Professor of Urology

He graduated from the Medical Department of the Fourth Military Medical University in 1989 and received a doctorate degree in urology in 1996.

In 2004, he went to Hirosaki University as a visiting scholar to advance the learning in the field of urology laparoscopy and urinary tumors.

Specialized in organ transplantation. [22]

 

JFJK-XJ006 Yang Xiaojian, male.

Personal profile: Associate Chief Physician, Associate Professor, Doctor of Medicine

He graduated from the Department of Medicine of Shanxi Medical University in 1994. After obtaining a master's degree in urology from the Fourth Military Medical University in 1999, he has been working with the Department of Urology in Xijing Hospital. Received a doctorate degree in urology in 2007.

From 2007 to 2009, he worked as a postdoctoral fellow in the Department of Urology, Emory University School of Medicine, USA; from 2009 to 2010, he was a visiting scholar at the Sinai Medical Center affiliated with the University of California, Los Angeles.

Specialized in kidney transplantation. [23]

 

JFJK-XJ007 Yang Lijun, male.

Personal profile: Associate Chief Physician, Associate Professor, Associate Director of Department of Urology, teaches students in the Master degree programs. Doctor of Urology. Member of Shaanxi Provincial Medical Association Organ Transplant Branch. He graduated from the Fourth Military Medical University.

From 2003 to 2005, he was in the University of Western Ontario in Canada for postdoctoral research. [24]                  

 

JFJK-XJ008 Yue Shuqiang, male, date of birth: 1965. [25]

Personal profile: Chief physician, professor, doctor of hepatobiliary surgery

Graduated from the Air Force Medicine Department of the Fourth Military Medical University in 1990, mainly engaged in liver transplantation, liver, gallbladder, and pancreatic surgery. In 2001, he studied transplant surgery at Kyoto University Medical School. [26]  

                

JFJK-XJ009 Wang Desheng, male, date of birth: 1971. [27]

Personal profile: Deputy Director of Hepatobiliary Surgery, Chief Physician and Professor. Member of the Organ Transplant Professional Committee of the PLA, member of the Organ Transplant Branch of the Shaanxi Medical Association. Outstanding achievements in the field of basic research on organ transplantation immunity. [28]

 

JFJK-XJ010 Tao Kaishan, male.

Personal profile: Chief physician, professor, and mentor of doctoral students of hepatobiliary surgery. Doctor of Surgery. Deputy Director of Hepatobiliary and Pancreatic Spleen Surgery, Xijing Hospital of the Fourth Military Medical University and the PLA Organ Transplant Institute, and the actual person in charge of the PLA Organ Transplant Institute. Youth Committee Member of the Chinese Society of Organ Transplantation. Member of the PLA Organ Transplant Committee. Vice Chairman of the Organ Transplantation Committee of Shaanxi Medical Association.

In the past eight years, he has been responsible for liver transplantation in Xijing Hospital. Working as the principal surgeon, he has completed more than 300 cases of rapid and combined abdominal organ extractions and more than 250 cases of various liver transplant operations. [29]

 

JFJK-XJ011 Yang Yanling, male, date of birth: 1974. [30]

Personal profile: Associate Professor of Hepatobiliary Surgery, Associate Chief Physician, mentor for graduate students.

Visiting scholar in Japan.

Engaged in basic and clinical research on organ transplantation. [31]            

 

JFJK-XJ012 Zhou Jingshi, male.

Personal profile: Physician and lecturer in hepatobiliary, pancreatic and splenic surgery.

Medical treatment for critically illed patients in liver transplantations. [32]   

 

JFJK-XJ013 He Yong, male.

Personal profile: Deputy Chief Physician, associate professor, Doctor of Medicine in Hepatobiliary Surgery.

Graduated from the Fourth Military Medical University in 1986.

Visiting scholar at Kyoto University, Japan.

Has long been engaged in clinical, teaching and scientific research of liver transplantation. [33]      

 

JFJK-XJ014 Li Haimin, male, born in 1961.

Personal profile: Chief physician of hepatobiliary surgery, professor. [34]

He entered the Fourth Military Medical University in September 1980 and graduated in 1985.

A visiting scholar at Jingdong University, Japan.                

                

JFJK-XJ015 Chen Yong, male.

Personal profile: Chief physician and professor of hepatobiliary surgery.

Graduated from the Fourth Military Medical University in 1986, majoring in medical care. From 1986 to 1989, he stayed in school and served as a resident and teaching assistant in hepatobiliary surgery of Xijing Hospital. From 1989 to 1997, he was admitted to the Fourth Military Medical University to study for a master's degree in hepatobiliary surgery. His tutors were Professor Gao Zhiqing and Professor Yang Jizhen. He graduated with a master's degree in 1992. Attending physician and lecturer in hepatobiliary surgery of Xijing Hospital.

From 1994 to 1998, he went to the United States for advanced studies. He successively studied organ transplant surgery and transplant immunobiology in liver, gallbladder, and pancreas surgery at Harvard Medical School, University of Pittsburgh Organ Transplant Center, Johns Hopkins Hospital, and other famous universities and medical schools. Obtained a certificate of postdoctoral training in medicine. [35]

               

JFJK-XJ016 Zhao Qingchuan, male.

Personal profile: Chief physician, professor, director and deputy dean of digestive surgery of Xijing Digestive Hospital, doctoral supervisor. Received a doctorate degree in 1998. From 1999 to 2001, he was a postdoctoral fellow at Yale University in the United States. In 2002, he studied at the Organ Transplant Center of Kyoto University, Japan.

In the past 30 years of clinical work, he has rich experiences in liver transplantation and small bowel transplantation. [36]

 

JFJK-XJ017 Ji Gang, male.

Personal profile: Deputy Chief Physician and Associate Professor of Gastrointestinal Surgery.

In 1993, he graduated from the Medical Department of the Fourth Military Medical University with a master's degree in medicine.

Participated in the first clinical work of living donor, small bowel transplantation in China as a doctor in charge in May 1999. [37] 

 

JFJK-XJ018 Wang Weizhong, male.

Personal profile: Chief physician and professor of gastrointestinal surgery.

He was the first one to carry out small bowel transplantation from living donors in China. [38]        

 

JFJK-XJ019 Li Mengbin, male.

Personal profile: Attending physician, lecturer, doctor of general surgery.

Since graduating from the Fourth Military Medical University in 1994, he has been working in digestive surgery.

In March 2012, he studied organ transplantation at the Pittsburgh University Medical Center in the United States for one year. [39]    

 

JFJK-XJ020 Cheng Liang, male.

Personal profile: Attending physician and lecturer in cardiac surgery.

Mainly engaged in organ transplantation.[40]

 

JFJK-XJ021 Yi Dinghua, male, born in 1954. [41]

Personal profile: Chief physician and professor of cardiac surgery.

Former Director of Cardiac Surgery Department. In Xijing Hospital, he has been engaged in clinical, teaching, and scientific research in thoracic surgery for nearly 30 years. In 1993, he studied infant heart surgery and coronary artery surgery in the UK.

He performed 33 cases of heart transplantation, which is the largest number in Northwestern China.

His focus is on the surgical treatment of difficult heart surgery diseases such as those requiring heart transplants. [42]

        

JFJK-XJ022 Wang Hongbing, male, born in July 1958, Han ethnicity. [43]  Native of Chiayi County, Taiwan Province. Place of birth: Tianjin. [44]

Personal profile: Chief physician and professor of cardiac surgery, currently Deputy Director of Cardiovascular Surgery at Xuexijing Hospital, Fourth Military Medical University.

He graduated from the Medical Department of the Fourth Military Medical University in 1983 with a bachelor's degree. Since 1983, he has worked in the Department of Cardiovascular Surgery at the Xijing Hospital. He studied for one year at the Organ Transplant Center of the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine.

Responsible for heart transplantation for many years. [45]

 

JFJK-XJ023 Sun Guocheng, male.

Personal profile: Chief Physician, Professor, Deputy Director of the Department of Cardiac Surgery, Standing Committee Member of Shaanxi Provincial Society of Organ Transplantation.

He graduated from Xi'an Jiaotong University School of Medicine with a bachelor's degree in 1983 and graduated from Xi'an Jiaotong University with a master's degree in 1989. He successively worked in the Department of Cardiac Surgery in Tangdu Hospital and Xijing Hospital of the Fourth Military Medical University as a lecturer, attending physician, associate professor, deputy chief physician, professor, and chief physician. He has studied and trained in organ transplantation at the German Heart Center (Berlin).

He has participated in heart transplantation as a treatment for end-stage heart disease, and has successfully implemented homologous orthotopic heart transplantation for nearly 30 patients.[46]

 

JFJK-XJ024 Zheng Qijun, male.

Personal profile: Associate Chief Physician of Cardiac Surgery, Associate Professor, Doctor of Medicine, Master’s degree student advisor.

He graduated from the Medical Department of the Fourth Military Medical University in 1996 and was assigned to work in Cardiovascular Surgery at the First Affiliated Hospital of the Fourth Military Medical University. In 2006, he received a doctorate degree in cardiovascular surgery.

From December 2009 to April 2011, he was a visiting scholar at Thomas Jefferson University in the United States, and from May 2011 to July 2011, he studied in the Department of Cardiac Surgery at the University of Pennsylvania Hospital in the United States, mainly studying heart transplant surgery. [47]   

 

JFJK-XJ025 Han Yong, male.

Personal profile: Deputy Chief Physician and Associate Professor of Thoracic Surgery.

He graduated from the Department of Medicine of the Second Military Medical University in 1993, received a master's degree in thoracic surgery in 1999, and a doctor of medicine in thoracic surgery in 2002. He went to Berlin, Germany, and the Toronto Heart and Lung Transplant Center for postdoctoral research. [48]

His current main research direction is the basic and clinical research of lung transplantation.

           

JFJK-XJ026 Dong Guanglong, male.

Personal profile: Director, professor and chief physician of the Second Department of Gastroenterology.

From 1988 to 2001, he received a master's degree and a doctorate degree in surgery from the Fourth Military Medical University. He once went to the University of Illinois Medical Center as a visiting scholar to complete postdoctoral research.

Engaged in gastrointestinal surgery for more than 20 years, focusing on clinical and basic research related to small bowel transplantation. [49]

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