Su Jianhua Chief Physician
Chief physician, outpatient specialist of Hebei Hepatopathy Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine
He has been engaged in the diagnosis and treatment of liver and gallbladder diseases in digestive medicine for more than 20 years, and is good at the treatment of viral hepatitis, cirrhosis, liver ascites, liver cancer and other liver diseases. Published more than 20 academic papers.
He presided over and completed the “Research on the Levels of Five Hormones in the Plasma of Chronic Hepatitis B Patients”, and went to Bulgaria to participate in the Second World Young Inventor Achievements Expo and won the bronze medal.
The top ten outstanding science and technology talents in Shijiazhuang City have been designated by the Ministry of Personnel as “young middle-aged science and technology experts with outstanding contributions”.
In July 1983, he graduated from Nanjing Railway Medical College (now Nanjing Southeast University Medical College);
In 1985, he specialized in cell immunology and the preparation and application of monoclonal antibodies in Shanghai Second Military Medical University.
After graduating from university in 1983, he was assigned to Gansu Provincial People’s Hospital for clinical medical work;
In 1985, he was transferred to the Shijiazhuang Vehicle Factory Staff Hospital of the Ministry of Railways as the attending physician and engaged in cellular immunology;
In 1995, he served as deputy chief physician in the preparation and research of monoclonal antibodies;
In 2001, he served as the vice president of Shijiazhuang Vehicle Factory Staff Hospital of the Ministry of Railways;
In 1986, he presided over the “Purification and Preparation of Dust Cell Antigen” and won the second prize of Hebei Province Youth Scientific and Technological Achievements;
In 1988, the paper “Purification and Preparation of Dust Cell Antigen” completed by the chair was awarded the Excellent Paper Award for Scientific and Technological Progress in Railway Medicine;
In 1989, the course research project of “Preparation and Application of Monoclonal Antibodies to Human Dust Cells” was approved by the Hebei Province Technical Achievement Appraisal Committee, and won the third prize of the Ministry of Railways Science and Technology Progress
In 1991, he presided over the completion of “Research on Pneumoconiosis Monoclonal Antibodies for Pneumoconiosis Diagnosis” and won the first prize of scientific and technological achievements of the Ministry of Railways Industry Corporation;
In 1992, he hosted the scientific research results of “Research on Monoclonal Antibody Used in Lung Diagnosis” and went to Bulgaria to participate in the “World Young Inventor Achievements Expo” and won the bronze medal;
In 1992, he was awarded the title of “Young Talents of Science and Technology” by the Shijiazhuang Government;
In 1993, the scientific research results of “Purification and Preparation of Monoclonal Antibodies Against Human Dust Cells”, which was presided over, won the national scientific and technological achievements patent certificate;
In 1995, it was designated by the Ministry of Personnel as “the young and middle-aged scientific and technological talent expert with outstanding contributions”.
In 1996, the scientific research results of “Preparation and Application of Dust Cell Monoclonal Antibodies” won the “Innovation and Science and Technology Star” award issued by the “United Nations World Technology Progress Promotion System”.
1990-2001, Member of the Fifth and Sixth CPPCC Committee of the Xinhua District CPPCC Committee of Shijiazhuang City, Hebei Province;
 Su Jianhua, Zheng Hong, Cui Qixiang, etc. “Preparation and Application of Monoclonal Antibodies to Dust Cells”, Industrial Hygiene and Occupational Diseases, 1992, 89: 177-179. 
 Su Jianhua, Cui Qixiang, Gu Yanying, etc. “Preparation and purification of dust cell antigen”, “Chinese Journal of Immunology”, 1988, (5) 2-3. 
 Su Jianhua, Zheng Hong, Cui Lizeng, etc. “Diagnosis of pneumoconiosis caused by low silica dust by monoclonal antibodies against human dust cells”, “Chinese Occupational Medicine”, 2001, (4) 28.  ]