Personal resume: Wang Nianrong, female, born in January 1971, graduated from Chongqing Medical University with a master's degree in pediatrics. She started work in July 1994. She is currently the chief physician of pediatrics. She is a member of the Pediatric Nutrition Committee of the Chinese Healthy Birth Science Association, a member of the Children's Mental Health Committee of the Chinese Maternal and Child Health Association, a member of the Early Childhood Development Committee of the Chinese Maternal and Child Health Association, the deputy director of the Children's Health Care Committee of the Chongqing Medical Association, a director of the Chongqing Association for Improving Birth Outcome and Child Development, a member of the Pediatric Developmental Behavioral Group of the Chongqing Medical Association, a member of the Chongqing Immunology Group and a member of the National Sleep Monitoring Research Group.
Medical diagnosis and treatment field and expertise: She has been engaged in clinical work for pediatrics and children's health for 22 years, and has extensive clinical experience in children's growth and development, children's psychological behavior, nutrition and nutritional diseases, and prevention and treatment of common diseases in children. She is good at diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of food allergy, obesity, malnutrition, sleep problems, shortness and stunting, mental retardation and various developmental and behavior problems, as well as intervention for high-risk children.
Published works and other projects: She has presided over and participated in a National "Twelfth Five-Year" Science and Technology Project (Survey on Children's Health Institutions, Service Capability for Child Health and Needs Survey) and more than ten projects and subprojects of the National Center for Women and Children's Health of the Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention, such as a national epidemiological investigation on pediatric simple obesity, a study on obesity intervention for children aged 0-6 years and 3-6 years, a national epidemiological investigation on sleep of urban children aged 0-5 years, sleep monitoring of urban children aged 0-1 years, integrated early childhood development, a project on improving the sleep of Chinese infants, and a guiding project on clinical intervention of Chinese children's dietary behaviors. She has presided over and participated in two projects of the National Center for Women and Children's Health of the Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention (studies on life quality of infants before and after treatment for food allergies and research on early sleep intervention strategies for infants) and two research projects of the Chongqing Municipal Health Bureau (studies on the prevention effect of early feeding interventions for allergic diseases in infants, and on treatment of iron-deficiency anemia in infants). She has participated in a project funded by the National Natural Science Foundation (Youth Fund) (a forward-looking cohort study and mechanism research on macrosomia growth and insulin sensitivity), a research project of the Chongqing Municipal Health Bureau (clinical study on early identification and intervention of infant autism) and a project of Peking Union Medical College Hospital (clinical research to improve the life quality of premature infants with very low birth weight). One of them, "Epidemiological investigation and research on pediatric simple obesity in Chongqing" won the third prize in the Women and Children's Nutrition and Health Research Awards at the "Heinz Cup" China maternal and child health achievement awards in 2010; her "The research on epidemiology, mechanism and prevention and treatment of children's food allergy" won the second prize in the Science and Technology Achievement Awards of the Municipal Health Commission(formerly the Municipal Health Bureau) and the third prize in the Chongqing Science and Technology Progress Awards in 2010. She has published 27 articles in core journals such as the Chinese Journal of Pediatrics, the Chinese Journal of Practical Pediatrics, the Chinese Journal of Contemporary Pediatrics, the Chinese Journal of Microecology, and the Chinese Journal of Child Health Care. Her writings include seven CSCD core articles.