Dr. Ming Kuang, MD, PhD, is vice president of the First Affiliated Hospital (FAH), Sun Yat-sen University in Guanghzou. Dr. Kuang is a professor in hepatobiliary surgery and interventional ultrasound, and director of cancer center in FAH, Sun Yat-sen University. As a doctor, Dr. Kuang majors in minimally invasive treatments for cancer such as laparoscopic surgery, robotic surgery, image-guided tumor ablation. Dr. Kuang is interested in the mechanism, prevention and treatment of liver cancer recurrence and metastases, and precision cancer research including immunotherapy. In the above-mentioned field, he has published many original articles on Nature Communication, Hepatology, Radiology, Oncogene and Clinical Cancer Research etc. He has achieved 8 major grants from the government, such as Distinguished Young Investigator Grant supported by Natural Science Foundation of China. Dr. Kuang is nowadays one of the TOP experts in the field of tumor ablation in China, and he was awarded “Distinguished Achievement Award” in Asian Conference on Tumor Ablation (ACTA) 2017. Dr. Kuang is also executive vice dean of Zhongshan School of Medicine, Sun Yat-sen University. He is now in charge of medical education and international collaboration in both the medical school and FAH.
Ming Kuang, MD, PhD
Vice President, The First Affiliated Hospital, Sun Yat-sen University Executive Vice Dean, Zhongshan School of Medicine, Sun Yat-sen University Professor of Surgery