Dr. Hongxing Wang was born in China. He obtained his MD in 1999 and his Ph.D. in 2005 from Shanghai Jiao Tong University School of Medicine, and then worked at Capital Medical University’s Hospital until 2013 as a clinical psychiatrist. He started his academic training from 2013 under Dr. Akira Sawa in Department of Psychiatry Johns Hopkins Hospital/Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, and finished his research training in 2015. Since 2009, he keeps his primary appointment from psychiatry as a director and faculty member in Beijing Anding Hospital of Capital Medical University, which is a psychiatric hospital. In 2010, he became an associate professor of Capital Medical University in which he leads and integrates clinic, research, education, rehabilitation, and public outreach for psychotic disorders and psychological problems by utilizing multi-facet infrastructure at Capital Medical University. Since October 2015, he, as a neurologist, has been worked at Xuanwu Hospital of Capital Medical University, and hope to push mental illnesses into a new domain based on neurology platform. [The department of Neurology, Xuanwu Hospital of Capital Medical University is the NO.1 in her clinic neuroscience in China and can provide 450 inward beds with the first-level care, and Xuanwu Hospital of Capital Medical University is one top comprehensive hospital in Beijing, and China area] Dr. Wang has published more than 60 papers in refereed journals, including Glia, Current Alzheimer Research, Behav Brain Res, Brain Res, etc By 2013, what he has contributed mainly is brain function revealed by brain electrophysiology in mental illnesses, including schzophrenia, mood disorders, anxiety, insomnia, etc, and since 2013, he focused on brain pathophsiology and mechanism of mental diseases with molecular methods, especially utilizing the translational medicine route to further understand brain dysfunction, and his work covers the lab to bedside, and to society. And his working team has been supported by different parties including NSFC (Natural Science Fund of China), National High-tech R&D Program (863 Program), etc.
Brain electrophysiology in mental illnesses; Schizophrenia; Mood disorders; Anxiety; Insomnia; Brain dysfunction; Brain pathophsiology and mechanism of mental diseases with molecular methods.