Name: wei wang

Country: China


The second affiliated hospital of anhui medical university.

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The Second Affiliated Hospital of Anhui Medical University
678 Fu Rong Road
Hefei, China.

Research Interests:

  • Acute pancreatitis abdominal surgery.


  • I am a surgeon that is working at the department of emergency surgery in the second hospital of Anhui medical university.
  • I got my MD scholarship in Anhui medical university in 2017 and has been employed as the assistant professor of Anhui medical university. 
  • Furthermore, I went through post-doc at Virginia Commonwealth University from Jun. 2015 to July 2016. 
  • Mine focused field is acute pancreatitis and abdominal surgery as well. 


  •  UMCR: User Interaction-Driven Mobile Content Retrieval.
  • Association between periostin and epithelial-mesenchymal transition in esophageal squamous cell carcinoma and its clinical significance.
  • Features of Ebola Virus Disease at the Late Outbreak Stage in Sierra Leone: Clinical, Virological, Immunological, and Evolutionary Analyses.
  • TAM: A Transparent Agent Architecture for Measuring Mobile Applications.
  • Targeting PCDH20 gene by microRNA-122 confers 5-FU resistance in hepatic carcinoma.
  • TAM : A Transparent agent Architecture for Monitoring Mobile Applications.
  • Uterine artery embolization combined with curettage vs. methotrexate plus curettage for cesarean scar pregnancy.
  • Identification of Bufavirus-1 and Bufavirus-3 in Feces of Patients with Acute Diarrhea, China.
  •  Identification and genomic analysis of a novel member of Microviridae, IME-16, through high-throughput sequencing.
  • A novel termini analysis theory using HTS data alone for the identification of Enterococcus phage EF4-like genome termini.
  • Characterization and Genomic Analysis of Quinolone-Resistant Delftia sp. 670 Isolated from a Patient Who Died from Severe Pneumonia.
  • Characterization of the morphology and genome of an Escherichia coli podovirus.
  • Characterization and complete genome sequence analysis of novel bacteriophage IME-EFm1 infecting Enterococcus faecium.