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Shifu XIAO Shifu Xiao, M.D., is a professor and mentor for PhD candidates. Dr. Xiao is a graduate of Shanghai No. 2 Medical University (currently Shanghai Jiaotong University School of Medicine), and was a visiting professor to the University of Melbourne and the University of New South Wales; he has also done short-term fellowships at the University of Washington-Seattle, UCLA and the University of Singapore. He is currently working at the Shanghai Jiaotong University Hospital Geriatric Mental Health Treatment Centre and is the director of the Shanghai Jiaotong University Alzheimer’s Diagnosis and Treatment Centre. Dr. Xiao holds positions in many professional organizations including: Vice-chairman of the China Association of Dementia and Related Illnesses, Vice-chairman of China Mental Health Association’s Psychological Evaluation Professional’s committee, member of the China Society of Gerontological Studies Experts Committee, China Elder Health Care Association’s Cognitive and Psychological Illness Experts Standing Committee, China Association for the Rehabilitation of Persons with Disabilities’ Psychological Recovery Experts Standing Committee, the China Psychiatric Associations’ Gerontological Studies Group and many more. Dr. Xiao has been involved in research for over 10 years. From 1998 to 2001 he was working on projects with the Ministry of Health’s Science and Research Foundation involving the early diagnosis of dementia. From 1998 to 2006 Dr. Xiao was in charge of the Shanghai ‘Hundred Man’ Medical Planning Project, which was a multi-disciplinary comparative research project into elderly persons who have mild cognitive impairment and would later set the standard for geriatric neuropsychological testing methods in China. From 2008-2011 he worked on the Shanghai Municipal Key Technology Project into the integrated diagnosis of elderly persons with mild cognitive impairment. Currently Dr. Xiao is directing the Shanghai Municipal Key Technology Project in the use of MOS2 to treat stage II and stage III Alzheimer’s Disease. Dr. Xiao is a two-time recipient of the Shanghai Advances in Science and Technology Award and the WHO China’s Neuroscience Award, among many other awards. He has published over 100 original articles in both Chinese and international journals. He has authored 9 monographs and co-authored 26 monographs.