Cai Ming, M.D., Ph.D.

Position:Chair of Urology


Medical SchoolTongji Medical College of HUST, China

Academic RankChief Physician


Clinical / Research Interests


Organ transplantation

Professional Highlights

"Bian Que" Award, Urology Branch of Chinese Medical Association, 2018

Chinese Award for Scientific and Technological Progress, First Place, 2013

State Scientific and Technological Progress Award, Second Place, 2012

Chinese Medical Science and Technology Award, First Place, 2008

Beijing Science and Technology Award, Second Place, 2008

Chinese Medical Science and Technology Award, First Place, 2004

Professional Appointments

Member, Standing Committee of Branch of Organ Transplantation, Chinese Medical Association

Member, Standing Committee of Organ Transplantation Branch of the Chinese Medical Doctor Association

Vice Chair, Transplantation Immunology Branch of Chinese Society of Immunology

Vice Chair, Organ Transplantation Professional Committee of the Chinese Research Hospital Association

Vice Chair, Kidney Transplant Branch of China International Exchange and Promotive Association for Medical and health Care

Vice Chair, Organ Transplant Professional Committee of Beijing Medical Association

Editor, Chinese Organ Transplant (Chinese)

Editor, Chinese Surgical Urology (Chinese)

Editor, Chinese Transplantation (Chinese)

Editor, Practical Organ Transplant (Chinese)

Editor, Organ Transplant (Chinese)



Education Experience

M.D., Naval Medical University, 1978-1983

Ph.D, Tongji Medical College of HUST, 2002-2005

Research Summary

Dr. Cai's main focus is urology and organ transplantation. Engaged in clinical work for more than 30 years, he continuously makes efforts in developing various new technologies and new businesses around the development of clinical surgery. He specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of common and intractable diseases in urology, especially in the research field of laparoscopic urinary system surgery and organ transplantation.

So far, he has completed more than 2,000 operations of kidney, liver, pancreas and multiple organ transplantation, all of which have been completed successfully.


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