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Chen Gongli


Personal resume: Chen Gongli, male, born in 1982, graduated from the clinical school of China Three Gorges University in 2004. He started work in 2004 and is now a deputy chief physician. He is a member of the fetal medicine group of the gynecology and obstetrics committee of the Chinese Medical Association, and a member of the integrated medicine and gynecology and obstetrics committee of the Chinese Medical Doctor Association. He was an editorial board member of Obstetrics and Gynecology, which is a textbook of the national higher education undergraduate clinical medicine international education program released during the 13th Five-Year Plan period (2016-20). He is also a youth member of the gynecological oncology committee of the Chinese Research Hospital Association, a member of the oncofertility committee of the China Healthy Birth Science Association, and a standing member of the endoscopy international training center of the medical continuing education committee of the China Adult Education Association. Additionally, he is an expert committee member of the health TV channel "CHTV Women and Children's Health Channel" under the National Health Commission.

Medical diagnosis and treatment field and expertise: Chen is the main founder of the perinatal and pediatric surgical department of Chongqing Health Center for Women and Children (CQHCWC). He has been engaged in clinical work in obstetrics and gynecology for 16 years and is good at fetal intrauterine treatment, perinatal surgery, and minimally invasive treatment of gynecological benign and malignant tumors. He completed the country’s first fetal endoluminal tracheal occlusion (FETO) surgical procedure and has rich clinical experience in fetal diseases such as twin-to-twin transfusion syndrome and congenital diaphragmatic hernia. He has instructed many domestic fetal medical centers to complete intrauterine fetal surgeries.

Published works and other projects: He has published eight papers and participated in writing two monographs.