M.D., University of Chicago, Chief Physician
Dr. Wang Jie is specialized in the diagnosis and treatment of bone diseases and bone tumors as well as the correction of deformities and the treatment of bone infections over the past ten years of orthopedic clinical work. He has rich clinical experience in bone diseases, trauma, joint replacement surgery and conservative treatment, especially in trauma, fractures, broken fingers, and artificial joint replacement.
Dr. Wang worked in the National Institutes of Health (NIH) in the United States where he was engaged in the research of tissue regeneration using stem cell technology and guided differentiation of stem cells to complete tissue repair and anti-aging clinical treatment to reduce autoimmunity. Dr. Wang also conducted research into bone growth and development and the study of the performance of insulin-like growth factors I, II and growth hormones in the heart, brain, bone, ovary, and uterus, and the specific phenomenon of X-chromosome inhibitory factor in the bone and pancreas. In addition, he studied how G protein influences the metabolism of fat and the mechanism of diabetes.
Dr. Wang has published more than twenty papers in authoritative medical and scientific journals such as Cell and Nature Medicine.