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Doctor Wei-Qiang Tan, Clinical Medical Doctor, Plastic surgeon. Chief physician, Doctoral supervisor.

Department of Plastic Surgery, the First Affiliated Hospital, College of Medicine, Zhejiang University, China.

EDUCATION

1995.9-2003.7 M.D. Peking Union Medical College, Beijing, China

(1995.9-1998.1 School of life science, Peking University, Beijing, China)

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

1) 2003.08-2008.12 Department of Plastic Surgery, the First Affiliated Hospital, College of Medicine, Zhejiang University, China. Attending doctor

2) 2009.01-2013.12 Department of Plastic Surgery, the First Affiliated Hospital, College of Medicine, Zhejiang University, China. Associate chief physician, Graduate student supervisor

3) 2014.01-Now Department of Plastic Surgery, the First Affiliated Hospital, College of Medicine, Zhejiang University, China. Chief physician, Doctoral supervisor

4) 2014.02-Now Department of Biomedical Science, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center. Visiting Scientist

PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES

1) Reviewer of “Aesthetic Plastic Surgery” and “The Cleft Palate-Craniofacial Journal”. 2) Young member of the Plastic and Aesthetic Subcommittee of Chinese Medical Doctor Association.

RESEARCH EXPERIENCE

1) 2002.10-2003.07 Doctoral Research: Biomechanics and histology of the pig’s skin restricted by polypropylene net

2) 2003.10-2004.01 Pretreatment and cytotoxic evaluation of expanded polytetrafluoroethylene made in china

3) 2006.07-Now Clinical research: Modifications and innovations of several surgical techniques

4) 2008.01-2010.12 Experimental research: Application of chitosan microspheres and calcium alginate microspheres loaded VEGF (vascular endothelial growth factor) in improving the survival of free fat graft

5) 2010.01-2012.12 Experimental research as a supervisor: Research on cotransfection of BMP-2 gene and bFGF gene in ADSCs(Adipose Derived Stem Cells) for osteogenesis

6) 2013.01-Now Experimental research as a supervisor: Inhibiting scar formation by cotransfection of tTGF-βRII and HGF mediated by lentiviral vectors

7) 2013.08-Now Experimental research as a supervisor: The regulation and mechanism of angiotensin converting enzyme on cutaneous scar formation

RESEARCH GRANTS OBTAINED AS THE PRINCIPAL INVESTIGAOTR

(Project title, Awarding organization, and Year of award)

1) The regulation and mechanism of angiotensin converting enzyme on cutaneous scar formation, National Natural Science Foundation of China (No. 81372072), 2014.1-2017.12

2) Inhibiting scar formation by cotransfection of tTGF-βRII and HGF mediated by lentiviral vectors, Public Health Department of Zhejiang Province, 2013.7-2015.12

3) Inhibiting scar formation by quaternized chitosan nanosphere complexes-mediated cotransfection, Zhejiang Provincial Natural Science Foundation, 2012.1-2014.12

4) Repairing bone defects by adipose tissue derived stromal cells transfected by chitosan nanosphere complexes-mediated cotransfection of double genes, Science and Techonlogy Department of Zhejiang Province, 2010.1-2012.12

5) An experimental study for increasing the survival rate of fat grafts by VEGF chitosan microspheres, Public Health Department of Zhejiang Province, 2009.1-2011.12

6) Study of bone formation of adipose tissue derived stromal cells transfected by high-performance chitosan nanosphere complexes-mediated BMP-2 and bFGF, National Natural Science Foundation of China (No. 30800228), 2009.1-2011.12

7) An experimental study for increasing the survival rate of autologous fat grafts by a compound growth factor carrier, Public Health Department of Zhejiang Province, 2008.7-2010.12

PUBLICATIONS

1) Zhang MY, Ding SL, Tang SJ, Yang H, Shi HF, Shen XZ, Tan WQ. Effect of Chitosan Nanospheres Loaded with VEGF on Adipose Tissue Transplantation: A Preliminary Report. Tissue Eng Part A. 2014 Mar 31. [Epub ahead of print]. Corresponding author. SCI.

2) Zhang MY, Yang H, Ding SL, Li CY, Ye XD, Yu YS, Tan WQ. Construction of a Double Eyelid: An Uncut Strip of Orbicularis Removed Through Three Mini-incisions. Aesthetic Plast Surg. 2013 Feb;37(1):22-8. Corresponding author. SCI.

3) Yang H, Zhang MY, Ding SL, Li CY, Tan WQ. Modified Tumescent Liposuction-Curettage through Mini Incisions for the Treatment of Secondary Axillary Bromhidrosis with Subcutaneous Scarring. Plast Reconstr Surg. 2012 Dec;130(6):916e-8e. Corresponding author. SCI.

4) Zhang MY, Yang H, Li CY, Du FY, Huang XJ, Tan WQ. Removal of a large amount of pretarsal tissue through three mini incisions in the construction of a double eyelid. Aesthetic Plast Surg. 2012 Oct;36(5):1039-46. Corresponding author. SCI.

5) Tan WQ, Xu JH, Yao JM. The single z-plasty for cleft palate repair: a preliminary report. Cleft Palate Craniofac J. 2012 Sep;49(5):635-9. First author. SCI.

6) Wang C, Huang X, Tan W. A New Skill for Treating Unclassified Thumb Polydactyly: Ablation via a Periosteal Incision. Aesthetic Plast Surg. 2012 Aug;36(4):928-33. Corresponding author. SCI.

7) Tan WQ, Gao ZJ, Xu JH, Yao HP. Inhibiting scar formation in vitro and in vivo by adenovirus-mediated mutant Smad4: a preliminary report. Exp Dermatol. 2011 Feb, 20(2): 119-24. First author. SCI.

8) Tan WQ, Xu JH, Yao JM. Vascularized composite toenail flap for distal defects of finger. J Plast Reconstr Aesthet Surg. 2010 Dec;63(12):2201-3. First author. SCI.

9) Xu JH, Wu WH, Tan WQ. Surgical correction of cryptotia with the square flap method: a preliminary report. Scand J Plast Reconstr Surg Hand Surg. 2009.1, 43(1): 29-35. Corresponding author. SCI.

10) Tan WQ, Xu JH, Wu WH. Surgical correction of cryptotia with the three-flap method. Plast Reconstr Surg. 2008.7, 122(1): 27e-29e. First author. SCI.

11) Xu JH, Chen H, Tan WQ, Lin J, Wu WH. The square flap method for cleft palate repair. Cleft Palate Craniofac J. 2007.11, 44(6): 579-84. Corresponding author. SCI.

12) Xu JH, Xu JH, Chen H, Tan WQ, Yao JM. Linguiform rotation flap for amputations of the fingertip. Scand J Plast Reconstr Surg Hand Surg. 2007.11, 41(6): 320-5. Corresponding author. SCI.

13) Xu JH, Tan WQ, Yao JM. Bipedicle orbicularis oculi flap in the reconstruction of the lower eyelid ectropion. Aesthetic Plast Surg. 2007.3, 31(2): 161-6. Corresponding author. SCI.

PATENTS

1) The preparation and application of chitosan nanosphere mediated BMP-2 and bFGF. China Invention Patent. State intellectual property Office of The P.R.C (No. ZL 2011104256206). Date of Award: 2013.06.26. First named inventor.

2) The obtuse liposuction-curettage cannula for axillary osmidrosis. China Utility Model Patent. State intellectual property Office of The P.R.C (No. ZL 201320432491.8). Date of Award: 2014.01.29. First named inventor.

3) The pointed liposuction-curettage cannula for axillary osmidrosis. China Utility Model Patent. State intellectual property Office of The P.R.C (No. ZL 201320432489.0). Date of Award: 2014.01.29. First named inventor.

TEACHING

Clinical Practice Teaching for the student of Clinical Medicine of Zhejiang University in the plastic department.

MENTORING

(Name, Programme, Duration of supervision, As Principal Supervisor or Co-supervisor, Year of student’s graduation)

1) Xiao-Wei Wang, Master of Medicine, 2 years, Principal Supervisor, 2016

2) Song-Jia Tang, Master of Medicine, 2 years, Principal Supervisor, 2016

3) Gang Xu, Master of Medicine, 2 years, Principal Supervisor, 2015

4) Ying Xia, Master of Medicine, 2 years, Principal Supervisor, 2015

5) Shi-Li Ding, Master of Medicine, 2.5 years, Principal Supervisor, 2015

6) Meng-Yuan Zhang, Master of Medicine, 2.5 years, Principal Supervisor, 2014

7) Hu Yang, Master of Medicine, 2.5 years, Principal Supervisor, 2013

8) Qiang Chen, 2 years, Principal Supervisor, 2011

Research work

plastic surgery

Contact

Phone:057187236307
E-mail:tanweixxxx@163.com