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Research Interests：Neonatal Medicine
Dr. Shi Wenjing, Chief Physician, Director of the Department of Pediatrics, Sixth People's Hospital, Shanghai Jiaotong University School of Medicine.
She graduated from the Department of Clinical Medicine of the former Shanghai Medical University in 1996, worked at the Pediatric Hospital affiliated to Fudan University from 1996.7-2016.3, and was the director of the Neonatology Department of the International Peace Maternal and Child Health Hospital of China Welfare Association from 2016.4-2018.2. She received her clinical training at the NICU in Calgary, Canada in 2007. She has been engaged in clinical work in pediatrics for more than 20 years and has rich clinical experience in clinical diagnosis and treatment of common and multiple diseases in pediatrics, specializing in diagnosis and treatment of various diseases in neonates, critical neonatal care, follow-up of high-risk and preterm infants, retinopathy of prematurity, etc.
She is currently a member of the Resuscitation Group of the Perinatal Medicine Branch of the Chinese Medical Association, a member of the Neonatologist Branch of the Chinese Medical Association, a deputy director of the Circulation Committee of the Neonatologist Branch of the Chinese Medical Association, a member and secretary of the Perinatal Medicine Committee of the Pediatrics Branch of the Chinese Medical Association, a deputy director of the Perinatal Medicine Branch of the Shanghai Medical Association, a member of the Pediatrics Branch of the Shanghai Medical Association, and an editorial board member of the Journal of Clinical Pediatrics. Editorial board member. He has been awarded two national projects and one bureau project as the first applicant. He has published more than 30 papers as first author or corresponding author. His main research interests are clinical and basic research on retinopathy of prematurity, clinical research on neonatal infections, research on neonatal cardiovascular system diseases, clinical research on nutrition of preterm infants, and outpatient follow-up of high-risk neonates.