School of Pediatrics

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XIAO Tingting

Chief Physician

E-mail:xiaott@shchildren.com.cn

Phone:18930329967

Research interests:Children's cardiovascular

Biography

Xiao Tingting, female, 48 years old, chief physician, medical doctor, master's degree supervisor. She is a member of the Pediatricians Branch of the Chinese Medical Association, a member of the Cardiovascular Group of the Pediatric Branch of the Chinese Medical Association, the Vice Chairman of the Pediatric Cardiovascular Group of the Pediatric Branch of the Shanghai Medical Association, a youth member of the Cardiac Electrophysiology Society, a member of the Pediatric Cardiovascular Specialty of the Chinese Society of Integrative Medicine, and a member of the Precision Medicine Specialty Committee of the Chinese Maternal and Child Health Association. His areas of expertise include interventional procedures for congenital heart disease and preoperative diagnostic evaluation of congenital heart disease, diagnosis and treatment of arrhythmias, intracardiac electrophysiological examinations, radiofrequency ablation techniques. He has completed more than 3000 cases of cardiac catheterization and interventional radiofrequency ablation procedures, and has extensive clinical experience in cardiac diseases such as pulmonary hypertension, Kawasaki disease, and cardiomyopathy. As a project leader, he has undertaken more than ten projects at the bureau level, including the key projects of Shanghai Science and Technology Commission, Shanghai Jiao Tong University Medical-Industrial Crossover Project, Shanghai Shen Kang Development Center, etc. He has published more than 50 papers, including sixteen SCI papers in the past five years, including one in the first region (communications biology), four in the second region, and two in the first region (PNAS, Experimental Molecular Medicine). He has also published in nature communications, NewEngland journal of medicine and Europace as a participant of multicenter research. Pediatric Cardiology" and other publications.