Huang Huang is a professor and doctoral supervisor of the International Jing Fang Institute of NJUCM. In the 1980s, he was mainly engaged in the teaching and research of academic schools of Chinese medicine, and since the 1990s, he has focused on the standardization and modern application of Jing Fang, and has devoted himself to the popularization and promotion about Jing Fang.
He advocates the "Fang-disease-person diagnosis and treatment model" based on the correspondence between prescription and evidence, and emphasizes the holistic concept and generalist thinking of Chinese medicine. He uses the vivid "Huang's language" to promote the internationalization and popularization of prescription medicine, which is centered on the "Treatise on Typhoid Fever" and the "Essentials of the Golden Chamber". His academic monographs, such as "Huang Huang's Manual for the Use of Prescriptions", "Ten Classes of Chinese Medicine" and "Zhang Zhongjing's 50 kinds of herbs", have been reprinted many times and translated into English, German, Japanese and Korean for overseas distribution. He has lectured all over the country and in more than 20 countries and regions, and is known as "the igniter of international Jing Fang hype".