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Ning Luo, MSc

MD student
Office: MFZ, 2nd floor, room 2.038
Email: ning.luo@uk-essen.de
Phone: +49 201 723 1660
Fax: +49 201 723 6903
Bio

Ning studied Clinical Medicine at Southwest Medical University from 2007 to 2012 when he received his bachelor degree. He received his master degree in Spinalsurgery at Southwest Medical University in 2016. Since June 2021 he started to study for his MD degree in the NeuroScienceLab under the supervision of Prof. Dirk Hermann.
Research interests

Stroke is the most common cause of long-term disability and is associated with persistent functional neurological impairment in the vast majority of stroke patients. With the recent success of recanalization, there is a need to enhance follow-up therapy for neurological recovery after stroke injury.Ning's research focuses on promoting exogenous neuronal plasticity through optogenetics stimulation of the hypothalamus to improve functional recovery after stroke.
Key publications

Ning Luo, Xia He,Guangzhou Li, Yehui Liao, Qiang Tang, Rupei Ye, Dejun Zhong.Desmoid Tumor Presenting as a Typical Cervical Dumbbell Tumor:A Case Report and Literature Review.World Neurosurgery.2019,10,1878-8750(19):30033-6.

Yehui Liao, Qiang Tang, Chao Tang, Ning Luo,Fei Ma, Dejun Zhong, Qing Wang.Application of pain management in enhancing patient recovery after percutaneous kyphoplasty surgery.West China Medical Journal, 2018, 33(9):1173-1176.

Chao Tang,Yehui Liao,Qiang Tang,Fei Ma,Ning Luo,Sheng Yang, Hongchun He, Dejun Zhong.Clinical efficacy of intraoperative hemostatic gauze covering teared dura meter in the treatment of cerebrospinal fluid leakage during lumbar spine surgery.Chinese Journal of Spine and Spinal Cord, 2018, 28(9): 819-825.

Fei Ma, Yehui Liao, Qiang Tang, Chao Tang,Ning Luo, Sheng Yang, Hongchun He, Dejun Zhong.Influence of HBV infection on wound healing of incision after single-level open posterior instrumented lumbar fusion and correlated factors analysis.Chinese Journal of Spine and Spinal Cord, 2018, 28(7): 634-640.
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