Name: Li Xiaoming

Professor in Tongji Hospital

Phone: 86-27-83663637


Academic Areas: Department of Radiology

Research Interest

Diagnostic radiology Musculoskeletal radiology Magnetic resonance imaging


Doctor--Medical imaging and nuclear medicine--Tongji Hospital,HUST,Wuhan,China--2005

Master--Medical imaging and nuclear medicine--Tongji Hospital, Wuhan,China--1993

Bachelor--clinical medicine--Tongji Medical University,Wuhan,China--1986

Oversea Study and Visit

Post Doctoral,Department of radiology, Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard University,the United States of America,2000-05-01-2002-11-30

Visiting Scholar,Resident, Division of Interventional Radiology, S.S.Annunziata Hospital of University of Chieti,Chieti, Italy,1994-03-01-1995-03-01

Academic Memberships

Committee member,Group of musculoskeletal radiology, Chinese society of Radiology,Chinese Medical Association,2009-03-01.

Honours and Awards

Honours and Awards

[1] Corresponding author,Contrast dose, temporal footprint, and spatial resolution tradeoffs in dynamic contrast-enhanced MRA performed in a porcine model of a carotid aneurysm,J Comput Assist Tomogr,2013,

[2] Corresponding author,Role of diffusion-weighted imaging in early ankylosing Spondylitis,Chin Med J,2013,

[3] Corresponding author,MR Evaluation of Renal Artery Stenosis in a Swine Model: Performance of Low-Dose Gadobutrol versus Gadoterate Meglumine with Comparison to DSA,Invest Radiol,2012,

[4] Corresponding author,SEMAC-VAT and MSVAT-SPACE Sequence Strategies for Metal Artifact Reduction in 1.5T Magnetic Resonance Imaging,Invest Radiol,2012,

[5] Corresponding author,Time-resolved MR angiography of renal artery stenosis in a swine model at 3 Tesla using gadobutrol with digital subtraction angiography correlation,J Magn Reson Imaging,2012,

[6] Corresponding author,Value of diffusion-weighted magnetic resonance imaging in early diagnosis of ankylosing spondylitis,Rheumatology International,2012,

[7] Corresponding author,Diagnostic performance of CUBE MRI sequences of the knee compared with conventional MRI,Clinical radiology,2014,