DTU Logo

Acarbose Cardiovascular Evaluation

Steering Committee Member

Professor Hu Dayi

Hu image

Chief of the Cardiology Division
Peking University’s People’s Hospital
Dean of the Medical College of Shanghai
Tongji University
Dean of the Cardiology Department
Capital University of Medical Science



Hu Dayi is a renowned expert in the field of cardiology.

He is chief of the Cardiology Division at Peking University’s People’s Hospital, dean of the Medical College of Shanghai at Tongji University, and dean of the Cardiology Department of Capital University of Medical Science.

Professor Hu is a pioneer of radio-frequency ablation technology and evidence-based medicine in China. He has specialised in preventive cardiology, electrophysiology, pacemaker implantation and interventional therapy of coronary artery disease. He is also engaged in the treatment and prevention of hypertension, coronary heart disease, heart failure and ionic channel disease. He has been committed to introducing new technologies and treatments in cardiology to China, and has also provided training workshops in India and Vietnam. He is currently focusing on cardiovascular disease management and prevention, and is the principal investigator of the China Heart Survey.

Professor Hu has served many national and international academic societies and organisations. At present, he is the president of the Chinese Heart Rhythm Society, president-elect of the Chinese Society of Cardiology, president of the Chinese Association of Cardiology in Beijing, president of the Chinese Medical Doctor Association’s Evidence-Based Medicine Committee, and president of the Chinese College of Cardiovascular Physicians. He is also a committee member of the American Heart Rhythm Society of Cardiac Pacing and Electrophysiology, an academician of the International Academy of Sciences for Europe and Asia, a fellow of the American College of Cardiology, and a fellow of the Heart Rhythm Society. Professor Hu is an editor-in-chief or member of many national and international medical journals.