WANG Qi, Grand Master of Chinese Medicine. Dean of the National Institution of TCM Constitution and Preventive Medicine, BUCM. Currently Tenured Professor and Doctoral Advisor at Beijing University of Chinese Medicine, Clinical Expert of the 4th Central Health Protection Committee, and Academician of International Academy of Sciences for Europe and Asia. Chairman of the Traditional Chinese Medicine Constitution Research Branch at the China Association of Chinese Medicine, President of the Specialty Committee of Constitution Research at the World Federation of Chinese Medicine Societies (“WFCMS”), Chairman of the Traditional Chinese Medicine Branch at the China International Exchange and Promotion Association for Medical and Health Care (“CPAM”), Director of Traditional Chinese Medicine Constitution Identification Key Laboratory of the State Administration of Traditional Chinese Medicine of the People’s Republic of China. He also is a supervisor guiding the inheritance of academic experience and special expertise from experienced experts of traditional Chinese medicine, postdoctoral co-supervisor for inheritance of traditional Chinese medicine, chief scientist for the National Basic Research Program (“973” Program), and the Expert with Special Government Allowances of the State Council for outstanding contribution. In 2013, he was recognized for the “National Excellent Science and Technology Worker”, a “Capital Labor Medal” and the Prize for Scientific and Technological Progress from the Ho Leung Ho Lee Foundation. In 2014, he was awarded a Lifetime Achievement Award from the China Association of Chinese Medicine. He is also an Honorary Professor at Hong Kong Baptist University and Macau University of Science and Technology.
He built and improved the four major academic systems of traditional Chinese medicine, constitution, andrology, viscera-state and abdominal diagnosis. He developed new frontiers such as the original thinking and the premorbid treatment of traditional Chinese medicine. He has presided over 12 state-level scientific research projects (including two “973” projects and two key program of the National Natural Science Foundation of China), won one second-class prizes of the State Scientific and Technological Progress Award, eight ministerial-level first-class awards, six ministerial-level second-class awards, and 15 patents. He has been the chief editor of 67 monographs and published more than 500 papers, 25 of which were included in SCI. He has trained a total of 160 academic successors, postdoctoral students, doctoral students and postgraduate students.