SZU General Hospital

Zhi Song
SZU General Hospital
Critical Medicine
Deputy Director


NAME: Zhi Song

POSITION TITLE: Deputy Director






University of Nebraska Medical Center

Senior Visiting Scholar


Critical Medicine

Shenyang Military Region postdoctoral research station of the people's Liberation Army



Critical Medicine

Fourth Military Medical University

Doctoral degree



Zunyi Medical University

Master degree



Jilin University

Bachelor degree


Clinical Medicine


A. Personal statement

Zhi Song, postdoctoral, Master’s director, Deputy Director of the Department of Critical Medicine. He is also: a member of the Military Severe Medicine Professional Committee; a member of the Military High Altitude and Cold Region Professional Committee; a young member of the Military Disaster Medicine Committee; a member of the General Surgery Professional Committee of the Chinese Research Hospital Association; a senior visiting scholar of the Medical Center of the University of Nebraska; a member of the Severe Trauma Professional Committee of the Guangdong Clinical Medicine Society; a member of the Guangdong Province The Novel Coronavirus Pneumonia (COVID-19); and a member of the Severe Acute Disease Group (Shenzhen) in Guangdong Province, Shenzhen.

Zhi Song has been engaged in treating critical patients in the Department of Internal and External Medicine for >20 years. His research direction lies in sepsis, multiple organ dysfunction syndrome, lung injury and other related basic and clinical research. His research is supported by national, provincial and municipal scientific research funds with a total fund of >¥400000. He has published >20 high-level academic papers in core journals at home and abroad.


B. Positions and honors


2010-2018: Deputy Chief Physician, Shenyang Military General Hospital of the people's Liberation Army, Shenyang, China

2018-2019: Deputy Chief Physician, Department of Critical Medicine, Xiamen University Affiliated Cardiovascular Hospital, Xiamen, China

2019-present: Deputy Chief Physician, Deputy Director of the Department of Critical Medicine, Shenzhen University General Hospital


2009: Award for Science and Technology of Guizhou Province, Guizhou, 2nd position


C. Representative publications (selected publications in recent five years   5-10篇)

1.Zhi Song#, Xiu Zhao, Yan Gao*, Martin Liu, Mingxiao Hou, Hongxu Jin, Yan Cui, Recombinant Human Brain Natriuretic Peptide Ameliorates Trauma-Induced Acute Lung Injury via Inhibiting JAK/STAT Signaling Pathway in Rats. The Journal of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery, 2015, 78 (5)980-7.

2.Zhi Song#, Xiu Zhao, Martin Liu, Hongxu Jin, Yan Cui, Mingxiao Hou, Yan Gao*. Recombinant human brain natriuretic peptide attenuates LPS-induced cellular injury in human fetal lung fibroblasts via inhibiting MAPK pathways and NF-κB activation. Molecular Medicine Reports. 2016, 6;14(9): 106-115.

3.Zhi Song#, Xiu Zhao, Martin Liu, Hongxu Jin, Ling Wang, Mingxiao Hou, Yan Gao*. Recombinant Human Brain Natriuretic Peptide Attenuates Trauma/hemorrhagic Shock-Induced Acute Lung Injury through Inhibiting Oxidative Stress and NF-KB-Dependent Inflammatory/MMP-9 Pathway. International Journal of Experimental Pathology. 2015, 12; 96(6): 406-413.

4.Nan Li, Zhi Song#, Jing Wang, Yue Teng, Yan Cui, Hongxu Jin, Yan Gao*. Prognostic value of natriuretic peptides in severe trauma patients with multiple organ dysfunction syndrome. Experimental and Therapeutic Medicine. 2015, 10: 792-796.

5.Zhi Song#, Gao Yan*, Hou Mingxiao, Cui Yan, Jin Hongxu, Tengyue, Yang Di. The effect of recombinant human brain natriuretic peptide on pulmonary vascular permeability in rats with traumatic shock. Journal of clinical emergency, 2015,16 (9): 662-666.


D. Research support

Ongoing projects (RMB)

1. China Postdoctoral Science Foundation, 2014m552693, study on the protective effect of Clara cell secretory protein on traumatic ARDS, 09/01/2014-09/01/2016, PI, 50000

2. Liaoning science and technology plan project, 2013225089, research on the role of JAK / STAT signal transduction pathway in acute lung injury caused by traumatic shock in low temperature environment, 07/01/2013-07/01/2016, PI, 50000

3. NSFC, 31401215, selective shear variants of basigin (bsg-2 and bsg-3) involved in the formation and mechanism of tumor cell invasion pseudopodia, 07/01/2014-07/01/2016, 3rd finisher, 210000

4. Xiamen Natural Science Foundation, 3502z20184027, research on the effect and mechanism of bone marrow mesenchymal stem cells on acute lung injury caused by acute aortic dissection, 10/01/2018-10/01/ 2021, PI, 80000