Dr. Chen is a spine surgeon, with experience in minimally invasive spine surgery. He received his MBBS and MD from the Capital Medical University (Beijing, China) in 2011. He completed his doctoral training in the Department of Orthopaedic at Beijing Chao-Yang Hospital (in 2016, China). He completed his training in spinal surgery at Beijing Chao-Yang Hospital and USC Medical Center in Los Angeles, California in 2015. In 2018, he joined Spine Labs of UNSW for doctoral training. Dr. Chen has been awarded many international grants, including The International Society for the Study of the Lumbar Spine (ISSLS) traveling fellowship award (clinical fellow at Spine Service, UNSW, Australia), AOSpine clinical research award (China, Australia-New Zealand), NASS traveling fellowship award (fellow at Keck Hospital, USC, USA), International ISSLS Young Investigator Travel Grant, etc. Dr. Chen focuses on the efficacy and complications following different surgeries for degenerative spine diseases via big data and database (network meta-analysis, meta-analysis, systematic review, and bioinformatics analysis), biomechanical, radiological, and clinical studies. As an early-stage investigator and surgeon, Xiaolong, brings the scientific rigour to Kunovus's clinical trial.
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