Indexing & Abstracting
Dr. Wenhan YANG
Sun Yat-sen University,China
Dr Yang graduated from the School of Public Health, HUST in 2002, got his medical doctoral degree from Sun Yat-sen University in 2010 and finished further research on social cognition of ASDs children in post-doctor research station of biology in autumn of 2013. He also had worked for the Centre for Diseases Prevention and Control of Yunnan Province engaged in prevention and rehabilitation for TB and leprosy population from 2002 to 2005. He was trained in the course of Health Emergencies in Large Populations by ICRC in 2014.
Dr Yang is a person fascinated by the fantastic neuropsychologic mechanism of developmental behaviour disorders and devoted himself to researching and clinic in this field from 2005. He likes the feeling of flashing sparks during the consultation with colleges, discussion with researchers, consulting for children and parents, even in playing a game with kids, which provide marvellous interesting ideals for his research and routine work. He has a dream to be an outstanding professional scholar not only in academic research but also in child psychology. With the ideal, he has been to Developmental Clinic Centre, Shirayuri College and National Centre for Child Health and Development in Tokyo, Japan for clinical skills training and academic co-operation study for one year. He took the intensive training courses of clinic study at Johns Hopkins University as visit scholar for one month in 2013. He is also a secretory of Guangdong professional committee for child and adolescents and a member of the Guangdong Family education research association.
Dr Yang likes playing with kids, sports, traveling, reading, and handwork. He is a simple and happy person, he just wants to do the things well now. But he is an ambitious person, he also aspires to be a professional academic scholar, a respectable teacher, a caring and skilful child psychologist, a reliable friend, most important a competent husband and father.
Research Interest :
Neurodevelopmental Disorders, Maternal and Child Health.
1. Neuropsychological mechanism and related behaviors of children with developmental disorders and “poor school performance children”, especially social cognition in ASDs
2. Behavioral and neurofunctional damage in school students exposed in an environment heavy metals