Associate Professor of Neurosurgery
Senior Consultant Neurosurgeon
Treatment and diagnosis of intracranial tumor, especially the tumors of skull base and brain stem area.
Prof. Dr. Meng Guolu was born in Hebei province, and completed his primary to senior high school studies in Beijing. From 1991.09 to 1996.07, he successfully completed undergraduate to doctoral studies at Peking University Health Science Center (PKUHSC), and obtained his M.D. degree. From 1999.08 to 2004.07, he successfully obtained his Ph.D. degree at Capital Medical University. From 1996.08 to 2017.8, Dr. Meng worked in Beijing Tiantan Hospital as a neurosurgeon. In 2018.02, Dr. Meng entered the neurosurgery department of Xuanwu Hospital. His team focus on diagnosis and treatment of intracranial tumor especially the tumors of brain stem and skull base area, and up to now he has completed several thousands of intracranial tumor operations. He is married and has a son.
1991—1996 Bachelor, Beijing Medical University
1999—2004 M.D., Ph.D. Neurosurgery, Beijing Tiantan Hospital Capital Medical University
1996—2004 Residency of Neurosurgery, Beijing Tiantan Hospital
Visting Scholar in Neurosurgical Department of Phoenix St. Joseph hospital
1996: Physician’s practice license
2004: Certificate of resident standardized training of Surgery (Neurosurgery) Phase I
2006: University lecturer qualification
Vice Chairman, Youth Committee of cancer branch of Chinese Medical Association
Research & Publications
1. Guolu Meng, Chuanfeng Bai, Tengfei Yu, Zhen Wu*, Xing Liu, Junting Zhang and Jizong zhao. The association between cerebral developmental venous anomaly and concomitant cavernous malformation: an observational study using magnetic resonance imaging. BMC neurology, 2014. 14(1): p. 50.
2. X Liu, G Meng*, T Yu, X Lin, L Zhang. Human brain arteriovenous malformation: an analysis of differential expressed genes Chinese Neurosurgical Journal , 2017 , 3 (1) :21-26
3. Tengfei Yu, Xing Liu, Xiangjiang Lin, Chuanfeng Bai, Jizong Zhao, Junting Zhang, Liwei Zhang, Zhen Wu, Shuo Wang, Yuanli Zhao and Guolu Meng* The relation between angioarchitectural factors of developmental venous anomaly and concomitant sporadic cavernous malformation.《Bmc Neurology》 , 2016 , 16 (1) :183
4. Lin X, Meng G*, Liu X, Yu T, Bai C, Fei X, Deng S, Zhao J, Ren S, Zhang J3, Wu Z, Wang S, Zhang J, Zhang L3.The Differentially Expressed Genes of Human Sporadic Cerebral Cavernous Malformations. World Neurosurg. 2018 May;113:e247-e270
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