Assistant Professor, Department of Neurology & Neurosugery, College of Medicine, Medical University of South Carolina
Dr. Feng attended Xiangya Medical School, followed by graduate school in University of Alabama at Birmingham. He had opportunity working with Dr. Edward Taub on Constraint-Induced Movement Therapy for stroke recovery. He worked 4 years as a professional statistician in Eli Lilly & Company before he started neurology residency at Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) and stroke fellowship at Harvard Medical School/Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center where he worked with a legendry stroke clinician - Dr. Louis Caplan.
Currently Dr. Feng is assistant professor of Neurology at MUSC. He is double board certified in Neurology and Vascular Neurology. He is one of few pioneering stroke neurologists who provide tele-stroke care and expand care to rural areas around clock. His clinical practice mainly focuses on young stroke diagnosis, stroke recovery & Rehabilitation, and post-stroke spasticity management. He runs a first-kind multidisciplinary post-stroke spasticity clinic in South Carolina. He is the Director of international stroke fellowship program. He is a fellow of American Neurological Association and is on the list of “American Top Physicians in Neurology.
His research focuses on: 1) stroke outcomes research; 2) development an imaging marker for post-stroke motor outcomes prediction, and 3) use transcranial direct current as a tool to enhance post-stroke motor recovery in stroke patients. The sources of funding are from National Institute of Health, American Heart Association as well as industry. His research is widely covered by various media, including CNN, Thomas Reuters and Business Week and etc. He is the recipient of FISRT stroke rehabilitation award by International Stroke Conference. He is an ad hoc review for many top medical journals, such as New England Journal of Medicine, Stroke and Neurology, etc. Information about his laboratory and his team can be found: http://academicdepartments.musc.edu/neurosciences/research/laboratories/feng/)
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