I am a lecturer at the Institute of Modern Chinese History at Central China Normal University, Wuhan, China. My research interests include medicine, science, religion and economy in modern China and their connections with the world. I received my PhD in History from University of Groningen in 2020, and joined the Institute of Modern Chinese History at CCNU in the same year. During January-July 2023, I was a visiting scholar at the Needham Research Institute, Cambridge with the support of the Jing Brand Scholarship.My current projects include research on Chinese midwives’ delivery records in the Republican period, and a study of British women missionaries’ medical and social work in China during the 19thand 20thcenturies.
1. “Modern Midwifery and Maternal Mortality in Urban China, 1920s -1940s”,Social History of Medicine(2023, advance article), hkad028,https://doi.org/10.1093/shm/hkad028.
2.《教会医院产科服务与地方社会——以汉口协和医院产科工作为例（1931-1949）》(Midwifery Services of Missionary Hospital and the Local Society: A Case Study on the Hankow Union Hospital, 1931-1949)，《近代史学刊》第28辑，社会科学文献出版社2023年。
3.《近代中国妇女分娩研究之回顾与展望》(Review and Prospect of Research on the History of Childbirth in Modern China)，《近代史学刊》第26辑，社会科学文献出版社2022年。
4. “Childbirth Transformation and New Style Midwifery in Beijing, 1926-1937”,The History of the Family, vol. 25, no. 3（2020）:406-431.