Job title：Professor/Doctoral Supervisor
Professor, Doctoral Supervisor. Professor Yang Huixia is currently the dean of the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology of Peking University. Standing committee member of the Obstetrics and Gynecology Branch of the Chinese Medical Association, and concurrently leader of the National Obstetrics Group. Standing member of the Obstetrics and Gynecology Branch of the Chinese Medical Doctor Association, concurrently serving as the vice chairman of the Maternal and Fetal Medicine Professional Committee. Chairman of the Maternal and Fetal Medicine Professional Committee of the Maternal and Child Health Research Association. Vice Chairman of the Early Childhood Development Professional Committee of the Maternal and Child Health Research Association. Vice Chairman of the Maternal and Child Health Education Committee of China Maternal and Child Health Association. Vice Chairman of the Management Branch of Women's Hospitals of Chinese Hospital Association. Director-designate of the Perinatal Medicine Branch of Beijing Medical Association. In 2016, she was selected into the 2017 Science and Technology Beijing 100 Leading Talents Training Project.
Prof. Yang has been engaged in various related fields of perinatal medicine for a long time. Among them, gestational diabetes mellitus (GDM) is the key research area, followed by dangerous placenta previa, placenta accreta and preeclampsia (PE), fetal medicine, etc. She has undertaken a number of international, national and Beijing funds, and has published more than 600 professional papers in Chinese and English. Won provincial and ministerial awards 5 times as the first complete person. Won the second prize of the Chinese Medical Science and Technology Award as the first person to complete the project (2011); The second prize of the Science and Technology Progress Award of the Ministry of Education (2011); Second Prize of Science and Technology Award of Chinese Preventive Medicine Association (2013); Second Prize of China Medical Science and Technology Progress Award (2014); First Prize of Maternal and Child Health Science and Technology Award (2015).