Chenxi Ouyang


Chenxi Ouyang has completed his masters from Tongji Medical College of HUST in the Department of clinical medicine and he completed his Ph.D. from Huazhong University of Science and Technology. He is currently working as an associate professor at Fuwai Hospital Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences. He also served as guest professor at Stanford University, USA. He has extensive clinical experience and completed 3000 cases of vascular operation. He is good at abdominal aortic aneurysm, aortic dissection, and other large vascular surgery. The skills of Chenxi Ouyang about surgical treatment of difficult cases such as Tumor in vena cava and polyarteritis have entered the leading position. He authored many publications in national and international journals. He received many honors and awards for his contribution and recognition in the field of vascular surgery.

Research Interests:

His research interests mainly focus on vascular graft, particularly three-layered biomimetic small-caliber vascular graft and dedicated vascular graft for hemodialysis. He has researched and developed three-layered biomimetic small-caliber vascular graft now. It has the advantages of better biocompatibility, better elasticity and smaller caliber and can be used in cardiac surgeries and others (artificial arteriovenous fistula) to replace patients’ own blood vessels. He believes it will benefit mankind and make a positive contribution to human health, once our own production of vascular graft is marketed in the world.

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