Prof. Mingguang He: China has increasingly been recognized as the land for clinical research and innovation
Mingguang He (Figure 1) is Professor of Ophthalmic Epidemiology at the University of Melbourne and Centre of Eye Research Australia. He completed medical school at the Sun Yat-sen University in Guangzhou followed by research training at Johns Hopkins University (MPH) and University College London (MSc and PhD). His research interests include clinical and epidemiological research, randomized trials, twin studies, and imaging technology. Dr. He has published more than 100 papers in the peer-reviewed literature and several book chapters. He has given more than 30 invited lectures at regional and international conferences. He serves as associate editor for Eye Science and an editorial board member for PloS One, International Glaucoma Review, and several Chinese ophthalmic journals. Dr. He has received several awards including a University College London Graduate Research Scholarship and Overseas Research Scholarship, Top 3 and Top 10 best poster awards from the World Glaucoma Congress in Vienna and Singapore, best paper presentation at the SEAGIG conference, and distinguished young scholar award from the National Natural Science Foundation. After the Zhongshan Medical Retina and Epidemiology Symposium, I was honored to have an interview with Dr. He. Here the interview goes.