This two-day course will be held in Xiamen City in China on the 27th and 28th July 2019. The course director is Dr Xiaohong Zhong, and will be conducted in Chinese with English translation for international speakers.
The following members of the ISUOG International faculty will be speaking at the course:
A/Professor Meagher is an obstetrician gynaecologist at the Mercy Hospital for Women, Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology University of Melbourne. He commenced his ultrasound training in 1991 and has been in full time ultrasound practice after obtaining RANZCOG subspecialty certification in obstetric and gynaecological ultrasound (COGU) in 1995. He also serves as Medical Director of Monash IVF / Monash Ultrasound for Women where he oversees a team of 50 sonologists, sonographers, genetic counsellors, phlebotomists, and administrative staff delivering a tertiary level ultrasound service across south east Melbourne.
◦ ISUOG Ambassador to Asia and Pacific region
◦ ISUOG International faculty of speakers
◦ ISUOG Joint Head of Courses committee
◦ ISUOG Online education committee
◦ ISUOG VISUOG committee
A/Prof Meagher immersed himself in education over the years and has delivered over 700 lectures, across 20 countries, and 46 cities worldwide. In 2015 he was awarded ‘Sonologist of the year’ by the Australian Society of Ultrasound in Medicine (ASUM) in recognition of his commitment to teaching both locally and across the Asia pacific region
Prof. Fang Yang is Professor and Director of Fetal Medicine Center of NanFang Hospital in China. She is a subspecialist in Maternal and Fetal Medicine. She gained her PhD degree in Maternal & Fetal Medicine from the University of Hong Kong. She was trained in the subspecialty of fetal medicine in Fetal Medicine Centre, Birmingham Women's Hospital in UK. She is the official Chinese interpreter for ISUOG guidelines translation.
3D birth weight prediction by fractional thigh volume at term gestation in a Chinese population
Authors: F. Yang, K.Y.Leung, Y. W.Hou, Y. Yuan, M.H.Tang. Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology 2011;38:425-433
Traditional karyotyping versus copy number variation sequencing for detection of chromosomal abnormalities associated with spontaneous miscarriage
Authors: Lui S, Song L, Cram DS, Xiong L, Wang K, Wu R, Liu J, Deng K, Jia B, Zhong M, Yang F *(correspond author).Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology 2015;46: 472–477
Specialties: Fetal anomalies, fetal growth restriction, fetal interventional procedure, multiple pregnancy
Languages: Mandarin, Cantonese, English