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Chunfu Dai

MD, PhD

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MD, PhD

Director of Neurotologic Skull Base Surgery Center

Otology and neurotology / Chief Physician

Doctoral Supervisor


board of director member of Prosper Meniere Society

board of director member of Polizter Society

chairman of 11th international conference in cholesteatoma and ear surgery

Vice chairman of vertigo branch of china international exchange and promotion association for medication and healthcare

Vice chairman of auditory and vestibular branch of Shanghai medical association

Vice chairman of skull base branch Chinese Medicine Integrative otolaryngology Association


Biography:

Professor Dai is a full member of Eye and ENT Hospital of Fudan University, and the director of director of neurotologic skull base surgery. He specializes in middle ear microsurgery, stapes surgery, neurotologic skull base surgery as well as cochlear implantation, etc.

Professor Dai is expert in the diagnosis and treatment of common and rare ear conditions, including hearing loss for various causes (otitis media, otosclerosis, cholesteatoma, sensorineural hearing loss), facial paralysis, vertigo (Meniere's disease, BPPV, Migraine and other vestibular diseases) as well as tumors of the lateral skull base.

Professor Dai primitively conducted the diagnosis and surgical treatment for semicircular canal bony dehiscence in China. Professor Dai took the lead in the small dose of intratympanic gentamicin injection on intractable Meniere's disease, as well as lateral temporal bone resection to treat external auditory canal carcinoma in early stage. His unique technology, including the en bloc resection of the external auditory canal, tunnel packing of inferior petrous sinus and total tension free anterior FN transposition, simplified the most challenging lateral skull base surgery。

Professor Dai has hosted 11 projects, including national key technology research and development program of China during the10th five-year plan period, national Health commission’s public welfare industry research project and national natural science foundation of China (general program), etc. He has published publish more than 100 papers in domestic and foreign journals, containing more than 70 SCI papers.

Professor Dai received 1 national award and 1 provincial-level science and technology awards for science and technology progress.


Education

Graduate schools

Shanghai Medical College, PhD

Medical school

Jiangxi Medical College

Board Certifications

Otolaryngology

Researching Project

Sustained inner ear rapamycin delivery ameliorates age-related hearing loss in C57BL/6J mice by autophagy activation and anti-oxidative stress and analysis of its mechanism (national natural science foundation of China, general program,)

 

Major publications

(1 )Shi, Xunbei#; Wei, Haohua#; Chen, Zeka#; Wang, Jing; Qu, Weimin; Huang, Zhili*; Dai, Chunfu*; Whole-brain monosynaptic Inputs and Outputs of Glutamatergic Neurons of the Vestibular Nuclei Complex in Mice, Hearing Research, 2020, 401: 108159.  

(2) Li, Yu; Zhang, Ru; Li, Xuanyi; Li, Wei; Lu, Yi; Dai, Chunfu*; The preparation of dexamethasone sodium phosphate multivesicular liposomes thermosensative hydrogel and its impact on noise-induced hearing loss in the Guinea pigs, Experimental Cell Research, 2020, 387(1): 111755.  

(3) Zhai, Feng#; Shi, Fang#; Wang, Jing#; Dai, Chunfu*; Fan, Chunsun; Preliminary study on the mechanism underlying the interaction of balance dysfunction and anxiety disorder, NeuroReport, 2019, 30(2): 53-59. 

(4) Wu, Qianru; Zhang, Yibo*; Dai, Chunfu*; Kong, Yu; Pan, Lijun; The Degeneration of the Vestibular Efferent Neurons After Intratympanic Gentamicin Administration, J Histochem Cytochem, 2018, 66(11): 801-812.   

(5) Zhai, Feng#; Wang, Jing#; Zhang, Yibo; Dai, Chunfu*; Quantitative Analysis of Psychiatric Disorders in Intractable Peripheral Vertiginous Patients: A Prospective Study, Otology & Neurotology, 2016, 37(5): 539-544.  


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Professor Dai is expert in the diagnosis and treatment of common and rare ear conditions, including hearing loss for various causes (otitis media, otosclerosis, cholesteatoma, sensorineural hearing loss), facial paralysis, vertigo (Meniere's disease, BPPV, Migraine and other vestibular diseases) as well as tumors of the lateral skull base.