China college

Peking University School of Medicine

Peking University's medical education began in 1912. After its establishment, it was successively called the National Beijing Medical College, Peking University School of Medicine, Beijing Medical College, and Beijing Medical University. After merging with Peking University in 2000 to become the new Peking University, it was renamed Peking University Health Science Center.

In the practice of running a school for nearly a century, the School of Medicine of Peking University has gradually formed a style of study of "diligence, rigor, truth-seeking, and innovation" and a school spirit of "firm and correct political direction, rigorous and realistic academic attitude, and dedicated service spirit" .

   The Faculty of Medicine of Peking University has strong faculty and nearly 10,000 professional and technical personnel, including nearly 6,000 senior titles, 11 academicians of the Chinese Academy of Sciences and Chinese Academy of Sciences, 74 Changjiang Scholars, and 16 national experts with outstanding contributions. There are more than 10,000 students in the school, among which the ratio of graduate students to undergraduates is close to 1:1. Peking University School of Medicine currently has 12 first-level discipline doctoral and master's degree authorization points, 50 second-level discipline doctorate authorization points, 59 second-level discipline master degree authorization points, and 6 post-doctoral mobile stations. The Peking University School of Medicine focuses on cultivating undergraduates and postgraduates, and at the same time is the national training base for continuing education. The Ministry of Medicine accepts students from Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan, overseas Chinese students and foreign students to study in the school.

Peking University School of Medicine has School of Basic Medicine, School of Pharmacy, School of Public Health, School of Nursing, Public Teaching Department, First Clinical Medical School (Peking University Hospital), Second Clinical Medical School (People's Hospital), and Third Clinical Medical School (Beijing Medical University) Third Hospital), School of Stomatology, School of Clinical Oncology (Tumor Hospital), Institute of Mental Health (Beijing Sixth Hospital), Peking University Shenzhen Hospital, Peking University Shougang Hospital, School of Medical Network Education. In addition, Beijing Jishuitan Hospital, Beijing Hospital, China-Japan Friendship Hospital, Beijing Shijitan Hospital, China Aerospace Center Hospital, Huilongguan Hospital, Civil Aviation General Hospital of China, Capital Institute of Pediatrics, Beijing Ditan Hospital, PLA 302, 306 Hospital, Beijing Coal Group General Hospital and Beijing Renhe Hospital are also clinical medical schools or teaching hospitals of the Ministry of Medicine. The medical department has well-equipped teaching and scientific research facilities such as teaching buildings, laboratory buildings, libraries, pharmacy buildings, public health buildings, medical analysis centers, information centers, audio-visual education centers, laboratory animal departments, archives, publishing houses, and gymnasiums.

   Peking University School of Medicine has a complete range of disciplines. As of 2007, the key disciplines evaluated and approved by the Ministry of Medicine include physiology, neurobiology, cell biology, biochemistry and molecular biology, immunology, pathology and pathophysiology, internal medicine (cardiovascular diseases), internal medicine (hematological diseases) ), Internal Medicine (Nephropathy), Pediatrics, Psychiatry and Mental Hygiene, Dermatology and Venereology, Surgery (Extraosseous), Surgery (Extraurology), Obstetrics and Gynecology, Ophthalmology, Oncology, Sports Medicine, There are 24 subjects in oral clinical medicine, basic oral medicine, epidemiology and health statistics, medicinal chemistry, pharmacognosy, and pharmacology.

   The Ministry of Medicine has 1 national key laboratory and 11 provincial (ministerial) key laboratories. It has been ranked first in the National Natural Science Foundation of China for more than ten consecutive years among medical schools in the country, and the number of completed scientific research projects, various scientific research funds, and the number of papers published in SCI and domestic journals ranks first in the country. Peking University Health Science Center maintains good cooperative relations with international organizations such as the World Health Organization (WHO), the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF), the Centers for Disease Control of the United States, the Chinese Medical Foundation of the United States (CMB), and more than a dozen countries and regions. More than 20 universities in China have established good inter-university exchanges and have successively hired 70 world-renowned scholars as visiting professors and honorary professors, of which 3 are Nobel Prize winners.