Name:Xiang-Jun Bai

Dean of Department of Trauma Surgery, TJH;
Member of Standing Committee of Trauma Branch of Chinese Medical Association (CMA);
Vice-President of Emergency Trauma and Multiple Trauma Science Group;
Member of Emergency Branch of Chinese Medical Association (CMA);
Member of Society of Emergency of Hubei, CMA;  
Member of Society of Trauma Surgery of Hubei, CMA;
Associate Editor-in-chief of Journal of Clinical Emergency Medicine;
Overseas Editor of German Interdisciplinary Journal of Emergency Medicine.

Educational Background

1981-1986  Tongji Medical University, undergraduate in medicine
1989-1992  Tongji Medical University, postgraduate in medicine
1995-1998  Tongji Medical University, M.D., Ph.D.
2002.6-2003.6       Visiting scholar, Traumatic Surgery, Essen University
                               Traumatic Surgery, Gotingen University


1. Emergency care and critical care for patients with severe trauma and multiple trauma;
2. The mechanisms underlying the onset of immune dysfunction in trauma and sepsis;
3. Care of traumatic brain injury and spinal cord injury.

Key Projects Involved

1. Role of triggering receptors expressed on myeloid cells-1 in the development of multiple organ dysfunction in sepsis (sSpported by Research Funding of Ministry of Education for scientist back from abroad);
2. The receptor and post-receptor mechanisms of glucocorticoid resistance after trauma (Supported by National Natural Science Foundation of China);
3. Vaccum Assisted Would Therapy in the Treatment of Acute Soft Tissue Injury (One hundred techniques suitable for generalization in ten years, organized by the Ministry of Health of PR. China).

Honors & Awards

1. National Award of the second class for Development of Science and Technology (collaborate with the 3rd Military Medical University);
2. Award of the second class for Development of Science and Technology, Wuhan, Hubei Province, P.R.China.


1. Effect of pattern of emergency care on the outcome of poly-injured patients with craniocerebral trauma. Chin J Trauma 2011,27(1):16
2. Reasonable application of radiological techniques in the emergency care of trauma patients. Chin J Trauma 2011,27(5):388
3. The protective effect of different enteral nutrition combined with growth hormone on intestinal mucosal damage of scalded rats. BURNS 2010,36(0):1283
4. The necessarty of improvement of the emergency medical care system for trauma in China. Chin J Emergency Medcine 2010,19(5):456
5. Emergency vaccum assisted drainage in the treatment of crash syndrome. Chin J Trauma 2009, 25(2): 103.
6. Early management of complications in patients with severe multiple trauma. Chin J Emergency Medcine 2009, 18(6): 628.
7. Application of integrated emergency care system and damage control surgery in the treatment of severe multiple trauma. Chin J Trauma 2009, 25(10): 843.
8. Monitor and treatment of coagulopathy in patients with severe trauma. Chin J Emergency Medicine 2009,18(4):348
9. Effect of dexamethasone on the expression of glucocorticoid receptors on human monocytes. Chin J Emergency Medicine 2006, 15(6): 525
10. Expression of glucocorticoid receptors α andβon leukocytes of peripheral blood in patients with multiple trauma.Chin J Trauma 2005,21(10): 729
11. Co-editor-in-chief: Care for multiple trauma 2010.3.