Dr Ji Tu PhD Scholar, B.Med., M.Med (Ortho.)
Ji Tu was born in Wuhan, China. He was granted a Masters Degree of Clinical Medicine from Tongji Medical College, Huazhong University of Science and Technology(HUST). He was previously a Registrar at Wuhan Union Hospital, HUST and accomplished his Orthopaedics residency training in 2018.
Ji has been awarded many grants and scholarships, including the Australian Government Research Training Program (RTP) Tuition Fee Scholarship and University International Postgraduate Award (UIPA) of University of New South Wales, DAAD scholarship from German Federal Ministry of Education and Research, Croucher Foundation scholarship in Chinese University of Hong Kong, and etc. He has 25 peer-review articles now (21 articles are Included in SCI), with 8 articles as first author.
He is now a PhD. Scholarship researcher for Spine Service, St George & Sutherland Clinical School, UNSW; dedicating his time to exploring the molecular mechanism in spinal degenerative disease, and improving the clinical management and outcomes for people who suffer from musculoskeletal disorders of the spine.
During his free time, Ji loves play badminton, reading mystery novels and watching suspense movies.