Hua Xie, MD, Ph.D.
Phone: 503 418-0222
Office: HRC 6D09G
Dr. Xie received his MD and PhD from TongJi Medical University, in Wuhan, China. After he received his doctoral degree, he received his fellowship award in the Department of Surgery at West China University of Medical Sciences for prostate cancer and disease research. Dr. Xie also completed research fellowships at Jefferson Medical College of Thomas Jefferson University and Providence St. Vincent Medical Center of Portland on surgical and urological research.
Dr. Xie currently holds the position of assistant professor at the Department of Surgery at the School of Medicine of OHSU. As a senior research scientist at CRM, Dr. Xie is leading a pre-clinical surgery team to work with principal investigators to develop translational cell therapy models and techniques to treat a variety of medical problems, such as acute myocardial infraction (AMI), stroke, burn wound, traumatic spinal injuries, lung injuries, extremity trauma injuries, and vascular injuries. Dr. Xie also has interests in innovative surgical research, including minimal invasive surgery and robotic surgery. As a principal investigator, he has conducted NIH STTR/SBIR research on novel hemostatic technologies for transurethral resection of prostate (TURP) and laparoscopic partial nephrectomy (LPN). Currently Dr. Xie's research interests primarily focus on uses of stem cells and biomaterials to develop therapeutic solutions for regeneration of damaged tissue functions.