Name: Wang Shixuan

Professor in Tongji Hospital

Phone: 86-27-83663078


Academic Areas: Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology

Research Interest

Prof. ShiXuan Wang’s main research area includes: 1) Etiology, early diagnosis, prevention and comprehensive treatment of gynecologic malignant neoplasms; 2) Underlying mechanism of ovary aging and establishment of surveillance & intervention system; 3) Development of therapies in endometriosis and uterine myoma and the improvement of prognosis.


Doctor--Gynecological Oncology--Tongji Medical University, Wuhan, China--1994

Master--Gynecological Oncology--Tongji Medical University, Wuhan, China--1991

Bachelor--Clinical Medicine--Sun Yet-san University of Medical Science,Guangzhou, China--1982

Oversea Study and Visit

Post Doctoral,UT Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, TX,U.S.A.,2002-04-01-2004-08-01

Academic Memberships

Committee Member,Group of Menopause,Society of Obstetrics and Gynecology,Chinese Medical Assciation,2011-06-02.

Committee Member,Society of Gynecologic Oncology ,Chinese Medical Assciation,2004-10-01.

Committee Member,Obstetrician and Gynecologist,Chinese Medical Doctor Association,2009-04-01.

Honours and Awards

National Science&Techology Progress Award,The State Council,2012

National Science&Techology Progress Award,The State Council,2011

National Science&Techology Progress Award,The State Council,2010

Huaxia Medical Science and Technology Award,Provincial,2011

The Chinese Medical Science and Technology Award,Provincial,2009

Honours and Awards

[1] More than 200 papers both in Chinese and English, including 41 SCI ones (first or co-first and corresponding or co-corresponding author). Featured publications: 1: Wang T, Li Y, Tuerhanjiang A, Wang W, Wu Z, Yuan M, Wang S. Correlation of Twist upregulation and senescence bypass during the progression and metastasis of cervical cancer. Front Med. 2014 Jan 8. [Epub ahead of print] 2: Wang M, Li Y, Ma W, Li H, He F, Pu D, Su T, Wang S. Analysis of WNT9B mutations in Chinese women with Mayer-Rokitansky-Küster-Hauser syndrome. Reprod Biomed Online. 2014 Jan;28(1):80-5. 3: Liu R, Ma X, Wang H, Xi Y, Qian M, Yang W, Luo D, Fan L, Xia X, Zhou J, Meng L, Wang S, Ma D, Xi L. The novel fusion protein sTRAIL-TMTP1 exhibits a targeted inhibition of primary tumors and metastases. J Mol Med (Berl). 2014 Feb;92(2):165-75. 4: Li S, Hu T, Chen Y, Zhou H, Li X, Cheng X, Yang R, Wang S, Xie X, Ma D. Adjuvant chemotherapy, a valuable alternative option in selected patients with cervical cancer. PLoS One. 2013 Sep 13;8(9):e73837. 5: Yang S, Wang S, Luo A, Ding T, Lai Z, Shen W, Ma X, Cao C, Shi L, Jiang J, Rong F, Ma L, Tian Y, Du X, Lu Y, Li Y, Wang S. Expression Patterns and Regulatory Functions of MicroRNAs During the Initiation of Primordial Follicle Development in the Neonatal Mouse Ovary. Biol Reprod. 2013 Nov 27;89(5):126. 6: Wang S, Yang S, Lai Z, Ding T, Shen W, Shi L, Jiang J, Ma L, Tian Y, Du X, Luo A, Wang S. Effects of culture and transplantation on follicle activation and early follicular growth in neonatal mouse ovaries. Cell Tissue Res. 2013 Nov;354(2):609-21. 7: Shi Y, Li L, Hu Z, Li S, Wang S, Liu J, Wu C, He L, Zhou J, Li Z, Hu T, Chen Y, Jia Y, Wang S, Wu L, Cheng X, Yang Z, Yang R, Li X, Huang K, Zhang Q, Zhou H, Tang F, Chen Z, Shen J, Jiang J, Ding H, Xing H, Zhang S, Qu P, Song X, Lin Z, Deng D, Xi L, Lv W, Han X, Tao G, Yan L, Han Z, Li Z, Miao X, Pan S, Shen Y, Wang H, Liu D, Gong E, Li Z, Zhou L, Luan X, Wang C, Song Q, Wu S, Xu H, Shen J, Qiang F, Ma G, Liu L, Chen X, Liu J, Wu J, Shen Y, Wen Y, Chu M, Yu J, Hu X, Fan Y, He H, Jiang Y, Lei Z, Liu C, Chen J, Zhang Y, Yi C, Chen S, Li W, Wang D, Wang Z, Di W, Shen K, Lin D, Shen H, Feng Y, Xie X, Ma D. A genome-wide association study identifies two new cervical cancer susceptibility loci at 4q12 and 17q12. Nat Genet. 2013 Aug;45(8):918-22.