Executive Committee

Michelle Lau
MD. Executive Director of ACMES

Dr.Lau graduated from University of Carlifornia at Berkeley in Molecular and Cell Biology, obtained her MD degree from Duke University school of Medicine, finished her medical Residency at Barnes –Jewish Hospital and her Hematology and Oncology fellowship in Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center of Harvard Medical school, currently she is a Staff Physian in Hematology and Oncology at South Arizona Health Care System, Career Developement Committee member at American Society of Clinical Oncology, she also serves as Cancer Communication Committee Liaison.

Yongli Ji
Md, PhD

Dr. Ji joined seven-year clinical medicine program and obtained her MD degree from Tianjin Medical University. She then obtained her PhD degree from Brandeis University in leukemia research in 2007. Afterward she decided to shift her career path back to clinical world. She completed her residency training of Internal Medicine at Saint Vincent Hospital at Worcester, MA. She worked as a Hospitalist for almost one year when she enjoyed bonding with kids. Ultimately, she continues to pursue further training in Hematology and Oncology. She finished clinical fellow from University of Vermont, College of Medicine. She is currently practice Oncology. She is executive committee member of ACMES and North American Journal of Medicine and Health.

Shirley Jufang Shi

Dr. Shi serves as an Executive Director to ACMES, while she is a Pharmacist Consultant to Pharmacy Benefit Programs and Insurance Payers (Humana, BSBC), and an Executive Board Member of MA American Society of Consultant Pharmacist (ASCP.com). Dr. Shi realizes Pharmacist will require a great deal of work and ongoing efforts to make sure pharmacist is at the forefront of the core elements for patient-centered care initiatives. She has been coordinating voices and experiences of national lead pharmacists in order for MA pharmacists to implement provisions of Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act for the embodied opportunities such as: Medication Therapy Management, Integrated-Care Models for Patient-Centered Medical Homes, New Definition for AMP, Workforce Monitoring and Development, Waste Reduction in Medicare Part D, DMEPOS Accreditation for Part B. She is executive committee member and Treasurer of ACMES and North American Journal of Medicine and Science.

Qing-Mei Wang
MD, PhD, Spaulding Rehab

Dr. Qing Mei Wang obtained her PhD and MD at University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey and completed her residency training in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Program at Mount Sinai Medical Center at NY. She holds an academic appointment in the Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at Harvard Medical School and is an attending physician at Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital. Her clinical focus is on stroke rehabilitation. She also conducts clinical and basic research to investigate the pathophysiology of ischemic stroke and mechanism of stroke recovery. She is principal investigator of Stroke Biological Recovery Laboratory. Her research is funded by NIH grant.She is executive committee member of ACMES and To cure autism institute, consultant of Autichange program of ACMES.

Mike Zhaoxi Wang

Research Scientist at public health and education, Harvard School of Public Health. He was trained in Beijing Medical University, Uniformed Services University of the Health Science (Bethesda, MD)and John Hopkins University. His researches involve gene mapping in complex human diseases, and other translational medicine projects funded by NIH. He is executive committee member and project director of ACMES and North American Journal of Medicine and Health.

Xue Luo

Dr. Xun Luo obtained his MD from Beijing Second Medical School, finished a 5-year post-doctoral fellowship at University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey at the department of Microbiology and Molecular Genetics as well as a research fellowship at Brigham Women Hospital at Harvard Medical School. He is currently the president of Kerry Rehabilitation Medicine Research Institute at Shenzhen.He is executive committee member and project director of ACMES.

Wei Zhang

Dr. Wei Zhang is staff scientist at Siemens Healthcare Diagnostics. He specializes in diagnostic product innovation for clinical applications. He received his Ph.D. in Chemistry and Applied Biosciences from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH) in Zurich; BSc from Zhengzhou University. From 2000 to 2002, Dr. Wei Zhang was postdoctoral fellow in Chemistry and Electrical Engineering at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. Prior to current position, Dr. Zhang worked with General Electrical (Sensicore), Delphi Automotive, Roche Diagnostics and Dupont (China). Dr. Wei Zhang has 7 patents and 30 peer reviewed papers.He is executive committee member of ACMES and its Director of Medical Equipment.

Thomas Liu

Dr. Thomas C Liu is the Chief of Gastroenterology at New England Baptist Hospital. A native of New York City, he received a BA/MD from Northwestern University and did his internal medicine training at University of Maryland. He then completed his gastroenterology fellowship at Boston University Medical Center. He returned to NYC at New York Presbyterian Cornell Medical Center specializing in gastrointestinal motility disorders before returning to Boston in 2008 where he practices today. He is executive member and educator of ACMES.