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Dr. Haojun Yang | Neuroscience Award | Best Researcher Award

Physician,Β Xiangya Hospital Central South University,Β China

Dr. Haojun Yang, esteemed physician at Xiangya Hospital, Central South University, China, has been honored with the prestigious Neuroscience Award for his groundbreaking contributions to the field. πŸŽ‰ Renowned for his innovative research and unwavering dedication, Dr. Yang’s work has significantly advanced our understanding of neurological disorders. His commitment to excellence and tireless efforts have earned him the Best Researcher Award, symbolizing his remarkable impact on the medical community. πŸ† Dr. Yang’s passion for neuroscience continues to inspire and pave the way for future advancements in healthcare, showcasing his exemplary leadership and expertise in the field.

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Education

Dr. Haojun Yang embarked on an enriching academic odyssey from September 2015 to June 2021, as he dedicated himself to completing his Bachelor’s degree in Clinical Medicine at Central South University πŸŽ“. This foundational phase instilled within him a robust comprehension of medical fundamentals, laying the groundwork for his subsequent scholarly endeavors and future professional ventures. Building upon this solid base, Dr. Yang ventured into a more specialized realm from July 2021 to July 2023, where he pursued his Doctorate in Clinical Medicine at the same esteemed institution. πŸ“š During this intensive period of study, he delved deeply into specialized areas of medical practice, honing his skills and expanding his knowledge base. Dr. Yang’s commitment to academic excellence was further manifested through his contributions to cutting-edge research in the field. πŸ’‘ This rigorous academic journey not only equipped him with invaluable insights but also bestowed upon him the expertise necessary for advanced clinical practice and scientific inquiry. Dr. Yang emerges from this transformative experience as a seasoned clinician and scholar, ready to make significant contributions to the medical community. 🌟

Work Experience

Since December 2023, Dr. Haojun Yang has been actively engaged in academic and research activities at Central South University. Embracing this opportunity, Dr. Yang has immersed himself in exploring new avenues of knowledge, collaborating with esteemed peers, and contributing to the university’s academic community. From participating in seminars to conducting research projects, each experience has enriched Dr. Yang’s understanding and fueled his passion for his field of study. As he continues this journey, Dr. Yang is committed to making meaningful contributions to the advancement of knowledge and the betterment of society through his academic endeavors at Central South University. πŸŽ“

Research Interest

Since July 2023, Dr. Haojun Yang has had the privilege of serving as a physician in the Department of Anesthesiology at Central South University. This role has allowed Dr. Yang to apply medical expertise in a specialized area, ensuring the safety and comfort of patients undergoing surgical procedures. Working alongside dedicated colleagues, Dr. Yang has gained invaluable hands-on experience and expanded knowledge in anesthesiology. Each day presents new challenges and opportunities for growth, reinforcing Dr. Yang’s commitment to providing high-quality care to every patient. As Dr. Yang continues to navigate this dynamic field, dedication to upholding the highest standards of professionalism and excellence in practice remains paramount. πŸ‘¨β€βš•οΈ

Publications (Top Notes)

Effects of a nurse-led cognitive behavioral intervention for parents of children with epilepsy, Pediatric Neurology, 2024, Wu Z, Li X, Huang Y, Huang K, Xiao B, Chi Y, Feng L*, Yang H*# 🧠

Strategies for the Emergency Treatment of Pregnant Women with Neurological Symptoms during the COVID-19 Pandemic, Aging Dis, 2023, Yang H#, Fan Y#, Zhu Z, Wu H, Chen Z, Hu X, Wu T, Zhang M* 🀰

Evaluation of anxiety, depression, and sleep quality among parents of children with epilepsy in Southern China, Epilepsy Behav, 2020, Yang H, Feng Y, Zhu Z, Qiao Z, Xiao B, Feng L* πŸŒ™

Attitudes Toward Epilepsy Among Parents of Children With Epilepsy in Southern China, Front Neurol, 2021, Yang H, Chi Y, Zhu Z, Huang K, Xiang L, Xiao B, Tang W, Feng L* πŸ’‘

Difficulties and Countermeasures in Hospital Emergency Management for Fast-Lane Treatment of Acute Stroke During the COVID-19 Epidemic Prevention and Control, Front Neurol, 2020, Yang H, Chen Z, Fan Y, Xiang L, Hu X, Wu T, Xiao B, Feng L, Zhao Z, Chi Y, Zhang M* βš•οΈ

A novel variant of the POLR3A gene in a Chinese patient with POLR3-related leukodystrophy, Neurol Sci, 2023, Yang H#, Wu Z#, Li X, Huang Y, Li J, He F, Feng L, Xiao B, Tang W* 🧬

A retrospective study on risk factors and disease burden for hospital-acquired pneumonia caused by multi-drug-resistant bacteria in patients with intracranial cerebral hemorrhage, Neurol Sci, 2022, Yang H#, Fan Y#, Li C, Zhang M*, Liu W* πŸ’Š

Differential Diagnosis and Hospital Emergency Management for Fastlane Treatment of Central Nervous System Infection Under the COVID-19 Epidemic in Changsha, China, Front Neurol, 2020, Yang H, Chi Y, Chen Z, Fan Y, Wu H, Hu X, Wu T, Xiao B, Zhang M* πŸ₯

Knowledge, attitudes and anxiety toward COVID-19 among domestic and overseas Chinese college students, J Public Health (Oxf), 2021, Yang H#, Chen Z# Fan Y, Hu X, Wu T, Kang S, Xiao B, Zhang M* πŸ“š

Constructing a diversified online neurology teaching model under the COVID-19, Front Med (Lausanne), 2023, Yang H#, Fan Y#, Chen Z, Zhang S, Wu H, Hu X, Wu T, Zhang M* πŸ’»

 

Haojun Yang | Neuroscience Award | Best Researcher Award

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