世界针灸学会联合会

World Federation of Acupuncture-Moxibustion Societies-副秘书长

  • Yang Yuyang

    Master in Medicine and Language

    She is now the Vice Secretary-General of WFAS and the Director of Administrative Office of the Secretariat, Member of Traditional Chinese Medicine Service and Trade Expert Consultation Committee affiliated to State Administration of Traditional Chinese Medicine and Ministry of Commerce of China, Member of the Third Council of China Information Association for Traditional Chinese Medicine and Pharmacy.

    Research fields: international information on TCM acupuncture-moxibustion and international communication of TCM. In the recent years, she has taken charge of nine research projects launched by State Administration of Traditional Chinese Medicine and China Association for Science and Technology, three projects each organized by the Ministry of Science and Technology of China and China Academy of Social Sciences, ranking among top three members. She also hosted and participated in the nine projects funded by China Academy of Chinese Medical Sciences, and was responsible for seven scientific research projects launched by WHO and ISO/TC249. She was invited by Scientific Research Training Center for Chinese Astronauts to take part in the international research project “Mars500 Simulated Manned Spaceflight Experiment to Mars” jointly initiated by European Space Agency and Russia's Institute of Biomedical Problems. Besides, as the first and corresponding author, she published 36 papers and translation works in core journals at home and abroad. She presided over the editing of World Acupuncture and Moxibustion - An Investigation and Analysis of Global Application of Acupuncture and Moxibustion, participated in writing A Century of Traditional Chinese Medicine and in proofreading the English translation of more than ten works. 

  • Yin Hanbo

    He is a chief physician, professor, doctoral tutor, expert who are awarded by special government allowances of the State Council, and adjunct professor at Beijing University of Chinese Medicine. From March 1978 to December 1982, he studied in grade 1977 of the Department of Traditional Chinese Medicine of Hebei Medical College. In September 1985, he was admitted to graduate school by China Academy of Chinese Medical Sciences, and studied under Prof. Xie Haizhou, Lu Zhizheng and Liu Zhiming. After graduation, he worked at Guang'anmen Hospital, and mainly engaged in internal medicine department of TCM, scientific research and teaching, and more than 20 graduate students were taught by him. He undertook a number of projects on National Natural Science Foundation, Ministry of Science and Technology of the People’s Republic of China, National Key Technologies R & D Program  during the ninth and tenth Five-year Plan. He published more than 60 papers on core journals and SCI. He won 4 Ministerial and Provincial-Level Science and Technology Awards, including Beijing Science and Technology Award. He was the Director of Research Office, the Director of Dean's office, Deputy Secretary of the Party Committee and Secretary of Discipline Inspection Commission of Guang’anmen Hospital of China Academy of Chinese Medical Sciences. He was also the Deputy Director of Beijing Shuntiande Traditional Chinese Medicine Hospital. He was the Director of Personnel Department of China Academy of Chinese Medical Sciences. He was seconded to Center for Drug Evaluation, NMPA for more than a year. He is the Deputy Director of Professional Committee of Rheumatism and standing member and deputy director of Medical Ethics Committee of World Federation of Acupuncture-Moxibustion Societies. He is the expert for peer review of The National Natural Science Foundation of China Projects and National New Drug.

  • Wang Hongcai

    Doctoral supervisor of Institute of Acupuncture and Moxibustion of China Academy of Chinese Medical Sciences, chief physician.

    Born in the TCM family, Wang Hongcai was admitted to Shaanxi University of Chinese Medicine in 1981 and was taught by Professor Guo Chengjie, a National TCM Master, and graduated from the University in 1988 with a Master of Medicine. He then enrolled as a doctoral candidate of CACMS in 1996 taught by Academician Cheng Xinnong, also a National TCM Master, and graduated with a PhD in Medicine in 1999. He has been engaging in clinical practice, teaching and scientific research of TCM acupuncture-moxibustion for almost 30 years, presiding over the editing of The Course of International Acumoxology and The Footprint of TCM.

  • Yu Xiaochun

    Yu Xiaochun

    Chief Researcher of China Academy of Chinese Medical Sciences (CACMS), doctoral supervisor, Vice President and Secretary General of China Association of Acupuncture-Moxibustion (CAAM), Director of the Standardization Working Committee of CAAM, Member of the Executive Committee and Vice Secretary-General of the World Federation of Acupuncture-Moxibustion Societies (WFAS), Editor-in-Chief of World Journal of Acupuncture-Moxibustion. He has been awarded by special allowances of China’s State Council. He has devoted long time to do some research on mechanism for the effect of acupuncture and moxibustion and the combination of acupuncture and medicine, acupoint specificity and pharmacology of Chinese medicine. He has been First and Second Round of Review Expert in National Award for Natural Sciences and projects of National Natural Science Foundation of China, Deputy Editor-in-Chief of Chinese Acupuncture & Moxibustion, Member of Editorial Board of Acupuncture Research and China Journal of Chinese Materia Medica, Director of Working Committee on Evaluation of Techniques of Acupuncture and Moxibustion of CAAM, Specially Invited Reviewer of American Journal of Physiology and Complementary Therapies in Medicine (both were first published on SCI) and Leading Guest Editor of ECAM, the SCI journal. He undertook 2 projects of 973 Program, 5 surface projects of National Natural Science Foundation of China, 1 project of Beijing Natural Science Foundation and 2 projects of State Administration of TCM (SATCM) of P. R. China as a leader. His total published academic theses are more than 90 and theses which were first published on SCI are more than 30. He published 2 books as Editor-in-Chief and Deputy Editor-in-Chief. He won Science and Technology Progress Award of CACMS as First Person in Charge.

  • Zhao Baixiao

    PhD in Medicine. Professor, doctoral supervisor and the Director of the school of acupuncture-moxibustion in Beijing University of Chinese Medicine (BUCM). He is the academic leader of key discipline-acupuncture and moxibustion- of State Administration of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Director of Auricular Point Professional Committee and Executive Member of China Association of Acupuncture-Moxibustion. He devoted himself in the fundamental research of moxibustion therapy’s mechanism and presided over multiple studies on safety and quality evaluation of moxibustion material and its combustion products. He was the Visiting Professor of Middlesex University in Britain in1999 and the Chinese expert of ISO/TC249, principal of National Bilingual Language Model Teaching Course “Meridians and Acupoints” and of Bilingual Brand Course for International Students “Science of Acupuncture and Moxibustion”. He was the head of Beijing Excellent Teaching Team of Acupuncture and Tuina which affiliated to the Ministry of Education of China and was selected the Excellent Teacher of Beijing colleges and universities and awarded as "National Excellent Scientist". Research fields: The mechanism and rule of application of moxibustion therapy, clinical application of moxibustion therapy; Standardization of acupuncture and moxibustion. He has presided over more than 10 projects funded by governmental departments and higher authorities, including the national 973 project. He has published more than 100 academic papers, compiled 18 academic works and obtained over 30 national patents. He won the Science and Technology Achievement Award of the Ministry of Science and Technology of China and 10 awards for Scientific Research and Teaching as “National Excellent Scientist”.

  • Ji Xianghong

    PhD, Researcher, Director of Institute of Acupuncture and Moxibustion of China Academy of Chinese Medical Sciences (CACMS), Chief Researcher of CACMS, leader of advantage team. She has presided over 9 national projects and published more than 70 papers, 40 of which were in SCI journals. She also participated in compiling 3 monographs and 1 textbook for graduate students. As the first accomplisher, she has won the first and third prize of Scientific and Technological Progress Award of China Association of Acupuncture and Moxibustion and the second and third prize of Scientific and Technological Progress Award of Chinese Academy of Traditional Chinese Medicine. And the projects she participated in has won the second prize of Beijing Science and Technology Award once and the second prize of China Association of Chinese Medicine once. Research fields: The mechanism of acupoint sensitization (which proved that acupoints showed the state from silence to activation in morbidity); Broad-spectrum effect of acupoints; The afferent and efferent mechanism of acupoint function and The relationship between "Primary Vascular System (PVS)" and meridians. She cooperated with foreign scholars to carry out substantive and exploratory "false evidence" research and urged them to correct the deviations in their researches. 

  • Hu Weiguo

    Graduated from Beijing University of Chinese Medicine majoring in acupuncture and Tuina with a Bachelor’s degree. PhD of Hunan University of Chinese Medicine. 

    During his work in Institute of Acupuncture and Moxibustion of China Academy of Chinese Medical Sciences, he won a public scholarship to study in University of Nice, France and got the DEA doctoral degree in anthropology. From 2006 until now, he has been practicing acupuncture and moxibustion in Geneva, Switzerland, and teaching and doing research in universities of France, Switzerland and Germany. He participated in the establishment of “Institute of International Traditional Medicine Culture and Health Management (Switzerland)” and cooperated with People’s Medical Publishing House of China in translating and publishing a series of French versions of acupuncture books such as WHO Standard Acupuncture Point Locations In The Western Pacific Region and Manuel Complet de I’ Acupuncture et de la Moxibustion par SHI Xuemin. Since 1995, he started to engage in the work of WFAS Secretariat and has been the Vice Secretary-General for over ten years. Now he is the Visiting Professor of Zhejiang University of Chinese Medicine and the Deputy Director of International Communication Working Committee of WFAS.

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