Haihong Jiang


Haihong Jiang completed his M.D. and Ph.D. at Third Military Medical University and Southwest Hospital in Chongqing, China. where he spent 10 years learning Clinical Medicine, training in Urology, and conducting research in Neurourology & Urodynamics. He received his National Medical Doctor Licensure in 2001 and Board Certification in Surgery (Urology) in China in 2005. By returning to china, he accepted a position as Professor and Vice Chair for the Department of Urology from the First Affiliated Hospital of Wenzhou Medical University, where he has established a euro-urology center for clinical and translational researches. He has received several professional awards. He attended many international conferences. He published articles in many national and international journals.

Research Interests:

His research interest mainly focuses on the control of lower urinary tract function, including the physiology and pathophysiology of the bladder and pelvic floor; specifically overactive bladder, urinary incontinence, neurogenic bladder after spinal cord injury or brain injury, pelvic floor function, neuromodulation, and urodynamics.

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