Manyi Xiao, MD, Ph.D., professor of ophthalmology, Tutor for Master Degree. Academic leader of optometry, strabismus and amblyopia, ocular plastic
and orbital tumor in the Department of Ophthalmology, Second Xiangya
Hospital, Central South University.
Member of Optometry group, in the Ophthalmology Branch, Chinese Medical Association
. Member of Standing Committee of the Ophthalmology Branch in the
Department of Endoscopic Technical Assessment
of Ministry of Health. Vice director of Hunan Provincial Association of eugenics, children's eye care
specialized committee. Vice director
of the Optometry Specialized
Committee of Combine traditional
Chinese and Western Medicine in Hunan Province. Leader of
Optometry, strabismus and
amblyopia study group in the
Branch of Ophthalmology,
Hunan Medical Association.
Engaged in clinical department of Ophthalmology, scientific research,
and teaching for more than 20 years. Having achieved deep
attainments in the aspects of
optometry, strabismus amblyopia, opthalmic plastic, and orbital tumor. As a academic leader, established
eye optometry, opthalmic plastic and
orbital tumors specialty and excimer laser treatment center in the Sencond Xiangya Hospital of Central South University. Having done pioneering works on diagnosis
and treatment of lacrimal duct
obstructive diseases, and was the
first person to apply the digital
subtraction angiography imaging
technology to the diagnosis and
curative effect evaluation of
lacrimal duct obstructive disease.
Brought the minimally invasive surgery into lacrimal duct obstructive
diseases, improved the method of
surgeries, developed the operation equipments, and got 12 National
Patents. Over 3000 patients have
been treated successfully. Be invited to Beijing, Tianjin, Zhejiang,
Shandong, and Sichuan to show the operation skills many times.
Engaged in the research of clinical
safety on refractive surgery and pathogenesis of amblyopia.
Participated in the project from
"Tenth Five-YearPlan" National
Science and Technology research
, and was in charge of several
provincial projects. Over 30
publications; Editor for 3 monographs; 20 students have
been his graduate students and
obtained Master's degree.