Dr Xu-Feng Huang, MD, PhD & DSC is Distinguished Professor Huang in School of Medicine, University of Wollongong, Australia. He is known as: (1) Neuroscientist in schizophrenia research supported by his 103 full research papers, (2) neurophysiologist in obesity research, 85 papers, (3) An expert in brain molecular nutrition, 27 papers. As translational neuroscience director, he had led an international schizophrenia research program in collaboration with Beijing Psychiatric Hospital with 15 clinical research papers published in the last 5 years. He has been in Panel Member on key research reseach committees for national and international organisations (>15). He is also a member on seven journal Editorial Boards. He has led a number of inter-disciplinary research collaborations with world top scientists. He has been frequently an invited speaker at both national and international conferences and chair symposium and organize workshops. Prof Huang has an average of 20.8 full papers published per year for the last 10 years (208 papers/10years). His research articles are frequently published in the top journals with high impact factors. His citations are 9,113 times including research paper citations are 7,857 times, and book and chapter citations are 1,256 times. 3 publications in the top 1%, 31 publications in the top 5% and 76 publications in the top 10% most cited publications worldwide. 17 papers cited more than 100 times and 43 papers cited more than 50 times. He has an average of more than 500 citations per year for the last 5 years with a trajectory of increasing citations. H-Index: My H-Index is 49 (Google Scholar collection is 338 publications), 39 (Scopus collection is 244 publications) in June 2017. He has established an extensive collaboration network with world-leading research laboratories both nationally and internationally. These collaborations allow him to access the most advanced knowledge, skills, equipment, and databases, receive international and industry research funding, and attract highly talented postgraduate students.