Gong Su, M.D., Ph.D, is the Chief physician of Center of Cardiology at Beijing Anzhen Hospital of Capital Medical University, associate professor of Capital Medical University, senior researcher of institute of Chinese Healthy City as well as the Research Scientist of University of Utah School of Medicine. Dr. Su graduated from the Second Military Medical University in 1996 and went on to complete internships and residencies at PLA General Hospital as well as a cardiovascular fellowship at PLA General Hospital in Beijing, China. In 2004 he moved to Beijing Anzhen Hospital where he was an attending physician in Department of Cardiology. He obtained his Ph.D degree from Capital Medical University in 2011 and served a postdoctoral fellowship in Internal Medicine Department of University of Utah School of Medicine. His special clinical interests include patients with CAD and diabetes, complicated ischemic heart diseases, and blood glucose fluctuations associated with diabetes, percutaneous coronary intervention and pharmacological therapy. Dr. Su’s research activities span clinical and basic research and are focused on the relationship between diabetes and coronary artery disease and the impact of glucose metabolic disorder on cardiovascular complications as well as the characteristics of atherosclerotic lesion using artery imaging techniques (CT, MRI, angiography, PET, IVUS, and OCT). Dr. Su has published over 40 articles in peer-reviewed journals and is the recipient of JDRF silver award.