Song Zhang

Department of Neurosurgery, Hospital of Integrated traditional Chinese and Western Medicine in Zhejiang Province (Hangzhou Red Cross Hospital), Zhejiang Chinese Medicine University and Hangzhou Normal University, Hangzhou, China

Song Zhang is an attending physician from Division of Neurosurgery, Zhejiang Chinese Medicine University and Hangzhou Normal University Affliated Hospital of Integrated traditional Chinese and Western Medicine in Zhejiang Province in Hangzhou.

After having obtained his master's degree in Shanghai medical college of Fudan University at the Year 2013, he entered Hangzhou Red Cross Hospital, completed his residency and decided to be a neurosurgeon. He completed residency training at the Year 2016 and was promoted as an attending doctor at the end of the Year 2016. At the Year 2016 and 2017, Dr. Zhang attended World Live Neurovascular Conference(WLNC), that The Cerebrovascular Research and Education Foundation offered an Educational Grant for participation, to learn the advances in the fields of neurosurgery.

Dr. Zhang is a physician, and also a research worker. He focused his clinical and research work on cerebrovascular disease and intracranial tumor and for several years. As a surgeon, he is skilled at minimal invasive procedures, like minimally invasive puncture and drainage surgery for intracranial hematoma and full range of minimal invasive procedures for craniotomy and laminectomy. Recently, he involves in developing a new assisted surgical positioning tool, which incorporated into minimal invasive surgery for preoperative localization of intracranial lesions. He also conducts several researches on stem cells and cerebrovascular disease. Currently he focuses on surgical treatment of cerebral palsy, paraplegia, hemiplegia, such as spinal cord stimulation (SCS) and high cervical unilateral laminotomy functional selective segmental rhizotomy for posterior root of spinal nerve (CFSPR).

Dr. Zhang holds the membership in some societies and organizations as a member of Chinese Society of Stroke (ChSS), and AANS (American Society of Neurosurgeons Association), etc. He also took active roles as a Editorial Board of two journals, including Cancer Cell Research, Chronic Diseases Prevention Review.