Name: Fang Huang

Professor in Tongji Hospital

Phone: 86-27-83665319


Academic Areas: Spinal Surgery Center

Research Interest

*Research on induced pluripotent stem cells for spinal cord injury (funded by Natural Science Foundation of China, approval number: 81271347, 2013-2016, a total funding of ¥620,000, project leader) *Research on the repair of articular cartilage defects with a new bionic bracket combined with bone marrow stromal cells and cytokines (funded by Natural Science Foundation of China, 2010-2013, a total funding of ¥320,000, assistant project leader ) *Research on the correction of severe kyphosis deformities (funded by Science Committee of Hubei Province, 2007, a total funding of ¥100,000, main member) *Research on individualized pedicle screw placement (a subproject funded by Ministry of Health of China, 2005, a total funding of ¥200,000, project leader) *Research on iatrogenic spinal cord injury(a subproject funded by Ministry of Science and Technology of China,2002, a total funding of ¥300,000, project leader)


Doctor--Spinal Surgery--Tongji Hospital, Wuhan, China--1994

Bachelor--Clinical Medicine-- Tongji Medical College, Wuhan, China--1983

Oversea Study and Visit

Visiting Scholar,Spine Surgery of SUNY Upstate Medical University,USA,2005-02-01-2006-02-01

Oversea Training,Orthopaedics of Bad Kreutznach Orthopaedic Hospital,Germany,2003-02-01-2003-05-30

Oversea Training,Orthopaedics of Bambeik Hospital,Germany,2000-06-01-2000-09-30

Academic Memberships

Honours and Awards

Honours and Awards

[1] Wang Huan, Fang Huang*, Dai Jun, Liu Guo,Xu Zhanjiang,Induced pluripotent stem cells for spinal cord injury therapy: current status and perspective,Neurological Science,2012,

[2] Dai Jun, Wang Huan, Liu Guo, Xu Zhanjiang, Li Feng, Fang Huang*,Dynamic compression and co-culture with nucleus pulposus cells promotes proliferation and differentiation of adipose-derived mesenchymal stem cells,Journal of Biomechanics,2014,

[3] XIE Li-wei, FANG Huang*, CHEN An-min, and LI Feng,Differentiation of rat adipose tissue-derived mesenchymal stem cells towards a nucleus pulposus-like phenotype in vitro.,Chinese Journal of Traumatology,2009,

[4]  Hua Wu, Sheng Wang, Huang Fang*, Xiadi Zan, Jun Zhang, Ying Wan*,Chitosan-polycaprolactone copolymer microspheres for transforming growth factor-β1 delivery, J. Colloids and surfaces B: Biointerfaces,2011,