School of Pediatrics



Chief Physician


Research Interests:Clinical and basic research on pediatric cardiovascular diseases


Min Huang, female, chief physician of Shanghai Children's Hospital, postgraduate supervisor, executive director of the Institute, academic leader of research on pediatric allergy and immune diseases, member of the 15th, 16th, 17th and 18th committees of the Pediatric Branch of the Chinese Medical Association, the third and fourth standing members of the Pediatric Branch of the Chinese Medical Association; deputy director of the Precision Medicine Committee of the Chinese Association of Maternal and Child Health Care; chairman of the 11th Pediatric Specialty Committee of the Shanghai Medical Association; head of the Cardiovascular Group of the Shanghai Medical Association He is a member of the 11th Pediatrics Committee of the Shanghai Pediatrics Branch, and is also a member of the 8th, 9th and 10th Pediatrics Committee of the Pediatrics Branch of the Shanghai Medical Association; an associate editor-in-chief of the International Journal of Pediatrics; an editorial board member of the Chinese Journal of Pediatrics, the Chinese Journal of Evidence-Based Pediatrics and the Chinese Journal of Practical Pediatrics.

He specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of pediatric arrhythmias, cardiac catheterization, radiofrequency ablation techniques and cardiac electrophysiology techniques, and has extensive experience in the diagnosis and treatment of precardiac disease, Kawasaki disease and pediatric syncope. As the project leader, he has undertaken more than 20 projects at the bureau level or above, including the basic key projects of Shanghai Science and Technology Commission and Shanghai Health Care Commission. He has published more than 60 papers and edited and co-edited such books as "New Clinical Theory and Practice in Pediatrics", "Pediatric Cardiology" and "Syncope in Children". He has been awarded the first and third prizes of Shanghai Medical Science and Technology, the second prize of Shanghai Science and Technology Progress, and the second prize of Chinese Medical Science and Technology. She has participated in the preparation of domestic guidelines for the diagnosis, treatment and follow-up of Kawasaki disease, and has undertaken several epidemiological research projects on Kawasaki disease, and has published the results of immune profiling of peripheral blood mononuclear cells in children with Kawasaki disease in the top international journal Nat Commun.