Associate Professor of Neurosurgery
Clinical Expertise: Glioma,Meningioma
Endoscopic skull base; Minimally invasive surgery
Dr. Bai was born at Inner Mongolia. He obtained his MD a degrees of Beijing Tiantan Hospital. He attended Xuanwu Hospital after several years as an Associate Professor of Neurosurgery at the Inner Mongolia Medical University. Dr. Bai completed his neurosurgical training of PLANNET in 2014. Afterwards, he went to the Cleveland Clinic in the United States as a visiting scholar. In addition to his clinical activities, Dr. Bai is active in research and education by publishing in peer-reviewed scientific journals.
MD, Beijing Tiantan Hospital of Capital Medical University(2012)
Inner Mongolia Medical University / Surgery (2009)
Inner Mongolia Medical University / Neurosurgery (2014)
Inner Mongolia Medical University / Neurosurgery (2010)
Awards & Honors
Awarded grant form the National Natural Science Foundation (2015）
The third prize of Science and Technology . Inner Mongolia Medical Association (2017)
Cerebrovascular disease surgery Branch of China stroke Association
Cerebrovascular disease surgery Branch of Chinese Congress of Neurological Surgeons
Research & Publications
1. Jie Bai. Yuan-li Zhao. Rong Wang. Dong Zhang. Shuo Wang. Ji-zong Zhao. Jun Wu. Regional cerebral perfusion and ischemic status after standard superficial temporal artery-middle cerebral artery (STA-MCA) bypass surgery in ischemic cerebrovascular disease. Childs Nerv Syst, 2012, 28: 579-586.
2. Jie Bai. Ya-jieWang. Li Liu. Yuan-li Zhao. Ephrin B2 and EphB4 selectively mark arterial and venous vessels in cerebral arteriovenous malformation. Journal of International Medical Research 2014. 42(2) 405–415.
3. Yu-Chen Jia, Jia-Yue Fu, Ping Huang, Zhan-Pu Zhang, Bo Chao, Jie Bai. Characterization of Endothelial Cells Associated with Cerebral Arteriovenous Malformation.Neuropsychiatric disease and treatment 2020; 16 :1015-1022.
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