Shu-Sen Zheng

Zhejiang University, China 0000-0002-9745-5065

Shu-Sen Zheng is an Academician of Chinese Academy of Engineering, Beijing, China and a Professor of surgery. He is a pioneer in the fields of organ transplantation and hepato-pancreato-biliary surgery in China. Starting from the first successful liver transplantation in Queen Mary Hospital of Hong Kong University in October, 1991, and performing liver transplantation in the mainland China from 1993, Professor Zheng has completed approximately 1000 cases of liver transplantation and established the international accepted protocol of prevention and management of HBV recurrence after liver transplantation and “Hangzhou criteria” for hepatocellular carcinoma. In 2001, Professor Zheng successfully performed the first adult living donor liver transplantation with right lobe in the mainland China. In 2007, Professor Zheng performed living donor liver transplantation for a 106-day-old baby. He also performed the combined pancreas-kidney transplantation in 1994 and the combined liver-kidney transplantation in 1999, and 2 recipients hold the longest postcombined pancreas-kidney transplantation survival record in Asia (17 years) and the longest postcombined liver-kidney transplantation survival record in the mainland of China (12 years). Professor Zheng stands as the Chief Specialist in the first and unique National Basic Research Program (973 Program) in organ transplantation field named “Basic research of immunological mechanisms of chronic graft dysfunction.” He has published more than 400 articles in international journals. He has also published several monographs such as “Liver Transplantation,” “Pancreas Transplantation,” “Management in Peri-operative Period of Liver Transplantation.” He is also the Chief Editor of Hepatobiliary & Pancreatic Diseases International (HBPD INT) (SCI impact factor 1.183) which is the first English professional journal in the field of hepatobiliary and pancreatic disease in China.

Biography Updated on 13 December 2011

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