Shinan Nie, MD

Emergency Medicine Department & Emergency Medical Center of Nanjing Military Command, Jinling Hospital, Nanjing, Jiangsu, China.

Professor & Chief physician, Postgraduate Tutor, Postdoctoral Tutor. Deputy Director -General and Standing Committee Member of Emergency Physicians Committee of Chinese Physicians Association, Vice-Chair of the Emergency Medical Professional Committee of the Chinese People's Liberation Army, Vice-Chair of Emergency Committee of Chinese Medical Rescue Association, Member of the Professional Training Expert Committee of the Chinese Emergency Physicians Association, Vice-Chair of Emergency Committee of Jiangsu Medical Association.

Dr. Nie graduated from Second Military Medical University in China and received his medical degree in 2002. He completed his Emergency Medicine Residency at the Second Military Medical University in Shanghai. In 2002, Dr. Nie joined Emergency Medicine Department at Jinling Hospital where he became Professor and Chief of the Department.

Dr. Nie is Professor and Postgraduate Tutor of Nanjing University, Nanjing Medical University, Southern Medical University and Nanjing University of Chinese Medicine. He is also the Postdoctoral Tutor of Jinling Hospital since 2013. Dr. Nie studied as a Visiting Scolar in MD.Anderson Cancer Center in Houston of USA in 2015. Dr. Nie is Associate Editor, Standing Editorial board member and editorial board member for Chinese Journal of Emergency Medicine, Chinese Journal of Critical Care Medicine, Journal of Clinical Emergency, China Jounal of Emergency Resusciation and Disaster Medicine, Medical Journal of Chinese People's Liberation Army, Journal of Medical Postgraduates and Military Medical Journal of Southeast China. He also as a reviewer of the Journal of Human & Experimental Toxicology, PLOS ONE and Journal of Experimental & Clinical Cancer Research. He participates in the revision of Expert Consensus and Guideline of Emergency Medicine. He serves as the expert of Sanitation and Health Committee, Army and Provincial funds.

Dr. Nie’s research focuses on mechanisms and therapeutic measures in paraquat-induced pulmonary fibrosis and severe acute diseases. His research has been funded by the NSFC, Jiangsu Provincial Science and Technology Department, and the Health Department of Nanjing Military Command, among others. He has been the Principal Investigator or Co-PI on over 20 funded grants. He has published over 400 papers and has written over 5 books associated with Emergency Medicine as a editor-in-chief or deputy editor.