He serves as a visiting instructor at Stanford University and conducts innovative research in Vis-OCT monitoring within SOHU model mice, furthering the field's understanding of glaucoma at an early stage.

He is a clinical ophthalmologist, specializing in refractive surgery and the surgical management of orbital diseases. His clinical research has been featured in esteemed publications, including the American Journal of Ophthalmology and Frontiers in Medicine.

He is currently a PhD candidate in Ophthalmology at Capital Medical University and a master's degree candidate in management at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign.

He was also an excellent taekwondo athlete. He has won many championships at provincial levels and is the captain of the taekwondo team of Wenzhou Medical University. His athletic prowess was internationally recognized when he represented the Chinese medical student delegation at the Russian National Medical Student Sports Festival in Russia, showcasing his versatility and dedication to excellence in multiple arenas.