Liang Zhiren, male, Han nationality, is a native of Nanhai, Guangdong Province. He graduated from Hong Kong University's Medical College in 1965.
In clinical medicine of rachis surgery and infantile orthopedics, Liang advanced the so-called "Hong Kong Operation" spine curing technique for tuberculosis patients invented by his mentor, A.R. Hodgson. The technique is used to rectify severe spine malformation, including highly complicated spine resection. Liang also made excellent achievements in the treatment of secondary spinal malformation caused by infantile paralysis.
He also served as an editing committee member or senior editing committee member on eight worldwide orthopedics magazines and published more than 200 articles in main magazines and textbooks in the world. In recent years, Liang has been committed to the research about the pathogenesis of spinal side bends.
|2002—||Chairman, World Society for Orthopedia and Traumatology|
|2001—||Academician, Chinese Academy of Sciences|
|Department Head, University of Hong Kong, Medical College Hong Kong SAR|
|Professor, University of Hong Kong, Medical College Hong Kong SAR|
|1965||Graduate, University of Hong Kong, Medical College Hong Kong SAR|