Qingbian Ma, MD

Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine and the Chair of the Department of Emergency Medicine, Peking University Third Hospital

Dr. Ma graduated and was trained in Peking University. Dr. Ma is a chief physician, Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine and the Chair of the Department of Emergency Medicine in Peking University Third Hospital, focusing on administration of clinical care of the patients, resident training, especially simulative training, as well as scientific research. She is a senior reviewer of several high-level national academic journals. She is a member of the Chinese Clinical Emergency Physicians, the Chinese Society for Emergency Medicine; Vice Chair of Beijing Medical Association for Emergency Medicine Youth committee; and an instructor of the American Heart Association’s cardiovascular ACLS training pro­gram. She has abundant clinical experience of emergency and critical care and is interested on clinical/basic research on cardiovascular emergencies, sepsis, ECPR, prognosis and management of post cardiac arrest syndrome.

Shu Li, MD

Clinical Ethics Fellow, University of Chicago

Dr. Shu Li went to medical school at Peking University Health Science Center. Then she worked as attending physician in Department of Emergency Medicine at Peking University Third Hospital. She maintains her clinical focus on ECPR, post cardiac arrest syndrome, targeted temperature management and neurological prognosis of post cardiac arrest coma patients. She was once assistant director of teaching/resident training of EM on developing the curriculum of resident conference for three years. Now she is visiting University of Chicago Medicine as a clinical ethics fellow in Maclean center based on Clinical Leadership Development Program sponsored by University of Chicago and China Consortium of Elite Hospitals for Residency Training. Also, she is working with Dr. Willard Sharp on clinical project about prognostic value of non-invasive imaging for post cardiac arrest patients.

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