Tong Yuling, M.D.

Position: Vice Chair of General Practice, Vice Chair of International Medicine Department

Department:General Practice and Health Management Center

Medical School:Zhejiang University School of Medicine, China

Academic Rank:Associate Chief Physician


Clinical / Research Interests

Early screening and risk management of tumors (especially digestive cancer)

Management of common chronic diseases in the community

Professional Highlights

Professional Appointments

Young Committee Member, Physician Branch, Zhejiang Medical Doctor Association, 2019-present

Secretary, General Practice and Health Management Expert Committee, Zhejiang Medical Doctor Association, 2019-present

Committee Member, General Practice Branch, Cross Strait Medicine Exchange Association

Education Experience

Research Summary

Early diagnosis and screening of gastric cancer

Risk assessment model of gastric cancer

Training program of Chinese township general practitioners


Tong YL, Song ZY, Zhu WH. Study of an elevated carbohydrate antigen 19-9 concentration in a large health check-up cohort in China. Clinical Chemistry and Laboratory Medicine.2013 July;51(7):1459-66.

Tong YL, Chen Y, Zhu SY. Ileocecal endometriosis and a diagnosis dilemma: A case report and literature review. World journal of gastroenterology. 2013 June 21;19(23):3707-10.

Yuling Tong,Yulian Wu, Zhenya Song, Yingying Yu, Xinyan Yu. The potential value of serum pepsinogen for the diagnosis of atrophic gastritis among the health check-up populations in China: a diagnostic clinical research. BMC Gastroenterol. 2017; 17: 88.

Current Program

The research of constructing a risk assessment model for gastric cancer based on machine learning. Funding Source: National Natural Science Foundation of China.

The research of situational simulation of a virtual patient for general practice medical education based on artificial intelligence. Funding Source: Zhejiang Provincial Medical and Health Science & Technology Program.

Salinomycin regulates autophagy in gastric cancer cells through the Wnt/β-catenin signaling pathway. Funding Source: Scientific Research Project of Education of Zhejiang Province.

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