CHPAMS established the Inspiration Award in August 2016 to recognize members’ extraordinary determination to challenge the “status quo”, overcome significant barriers and achieve accomplishments in scientific research, community service, or innovative activities that are above and beyond the expectation. The 2016 Inspiration Award was granted to Dr. Youfa Wang, the founding Dean of the Xi’an Jiaotong University Global Health Institute, Associate Director of the Fisher Institute, John and Janice Fisher Endowed Chair in Wellness, and Professor of Nutrition and Health Science, Ball State University.

In October 2017, CHPAMS started the nomination process for the 2017 Inspirational Award. A five-member Award Selection Committee was formed, made up of CHPAMS President Dr. Zhuo (Adam) Chen and four distinguished researchers. We received highly qualified nominations for the Award.  After deliberation, the Committee agreed that the nominees, although strong candidates, fell short of meeting the high expectation for the distinguished Inspiration Award. Therefore, the Committee regretfully chose not to select an awardee for the 2017 CHPAMS Inspiration Award.

We thank all nominations and participations and look forward to receiving and evaluating future submissions in the coming years.

CHPAMS 2nd Biennial Conference – Important Information for Participants


Contact Email and WeChat Group

For any questions related to CHPAMS 2nd Biennial Conference, please email  In addition, we established a WeChat group for timely communication and discussion among attendees.  Attendees may coordinate with each other on transportation and housing. Please contact any CHPAMS Board members or email to join the group.

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Travel Subsidy and Travel Fellowship for Students

With the generous support from the conference co-sponsors, $100 per person travel subsidy is available to all student presenters.  Recipients of the travel subsidy must be current students who are registered CHPAMS members. To ensure an accurate count of participants for local accommodation, conference program and dining arrangements, we ask participants to pay their registration fees online by March 31, 2018. CHPAMS will distribute travel subsidy to student presenters during the conference.

In addition, a limited number of travel fellowships ($250 per person) is available to registered CHPAMS student members who pay the conference registration fee and whose abstract is accepted for oral presentations. Only one presenter per accepted abstract may be eligible for the travel fellowship.  To apply, student presenters should email by February 15, 2018. In your email, please use the subject line, “2018 CHPAMS Conference – Travel Award Application” and include the following information: 

·       Name
·       Affiliation
·       Title of Presentation
·       CV
·       Proof of student status, e.g., a copy of student ID, or a letter from Department Head on official letterhead.

Decisions will be sent to applicants by March 1, 2018. Recipients will receive the travel fellowship as a check in US dollars during the conference.

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Hotel and Transportation Options

Yale University is located in downtown New Haven. We have secured a block of rooms at preferential rates for CHPAMS Conference attendees at the New Haven Hotel (, which is the closest to the conference location. The deadline to receive group rate is April 12, 2018. When making room reservation at New Haven Hotel, please use the following link to receive the preferential rates. The link will bring our guests right to the group booking page. Attendees may want to consider booking double queen beds rooms to share costs.

In addition, several other hotels in New Haven are within walking distance from the conference center.

·       Omni New Haven Hotel at Yale (0.3 mile to the conference center)
·       The Study at Yale (0.5 mile to the conference center)
·       Courtyard New Haven at Yale (0.9 mile to the conference center)
·       La Quinta Inn & Suites New Haven (1.2 mile to the conference center, cheaper price, free shuttle bus to Yale campus)
·       New Haven Village Suites (1.6 mile to the conference center)

Renting an Airbnb room is another option. There are plenty of Airbnb rooms in New Haven with prices lower than hotels.

For air transportation, several airports are within 3 hours drive to Yale campus.

·       John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) New York, NY (2 hrs without traffic)
·       Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR) Newark, NJ (2.5 hrs without traffic)
·       Bradley International Airport (BDL) Hartford, CT (1 hr without traffic)
·       LaGuardia International Airport (LGA) New York, NY (2 hrs without traffic)
·       Boston Logan International Airport (BOS) Boston, MA (2.5 hrs without traffic)
·       Tweed New Haven Airport (HVN) (20 minutes, taxi service to/from HVN around $15, only connecting Philadelphia International Airport)

JFK, EWR, BDL, LGA has hourly shuttle service to/from Yale campus. Attendees may book via

·       Connecticut Limousine
·       Go Airport Shuttle

For detailed transportation information, including ground transportations, please visit We will also provide a detailed travel guide in Chinese. To coordinate transportation needs, please contact Ms. Xin Hu (, WeChat ID: 627505166).

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Acceptance Letters and Request for Invitation Letter

We have sent out acceptance letters to all accepted presenters. If you have not received an acceptance letter, please contact Drs. Zhuo (Adam) Chen ( and Xi Chen ( In addition, if you need specific invitation letters from CHPAMS for approval and/or VISA application purposes, please contact Drs. Zhuo (Adam) Chen and Xi Chen.  We will provide an official invitation letter using the CHPAMS letter head.

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Presentation Preparation and Submission

 All oral presentations should be prepared using Microsoft PowerPoint.  All PowerPoint files should be uploaded by May 8, 2018, to allow ample time to be loaded to the conference facility. If presenters have updated version after the upload, please bring the updated PPT on a USB drive to the conference.

During the conference, each presentation will have a 15-min time allotment.  Please be mindful of the time limit while preparing your presentation. 

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Announcing CHPAMS 2nd Biennial Conference MAY 11-13, 2018

Advances in Health Policy and Healthcare: The Road Ahead

China Health Policy and Management Society
2nd Biennial Conference


A Celebration of the 10th Anniversary of China Health Policy and Management Society (2008-2018)

Yale University
May 11-13, 2018



This is the 2nd biennial meeting of China Health Policy and Management Society (CHPAMS) and its official journal China Health Review. The meeting’s theme is Advances in Health Policy and Healthcare: The Road Ahead, with a special focus on Healthy China 2030 national blueprint. Since October 2016, Healthy China 2030 (HC 2030), a national program of action to promote the health of 1.3 billion Chinese population, has been central to the Chinese Government’s agenda for health and development, and has the potential to benefit the rest of the world. This conference aims to bridge our minds and draw upon global wisdom in the advances of health policy and health care in China. Participants will include national health officials from China, U.S. public health NGO representatives, world-class scholars from the U.S., China, and other regions in the world, entrepreneurs in the health sector, and so on. Through this platform, participants will have the opportunity to establish professional networks with leaders in the field and enhance their professional career development. The Board of Directors of CHPAMS and Editorial Board of CHR will host business meetings and communicate with engaged members to further promote the organization and the journal to a new stage.


China Medical Board
Yale School of Public Health
Yale Macmillan Center
Yale-China Association
Chinese Economists Society
Global Labor Organization

Call for Sponsorship

2018 CHPAMS Yale Sponsorship Package

Opening Addresses

Consulate General of the People's Republic of China in New York
China Medical Board
China Health Policy and Management Society
Yale School of Public Health

Keynote Speakers


Lincoln Chen, M.D.
President, China Medical Board


Paul Cleary, Ph.D.
Anna M.R. Lauder Professor of Public Health
Former Dean, Yale School of Public Health


Michael Grossman, Ph.D.
Professor and Director of Health Economics Program
National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER)
Advisory Board Member, CHPAMS


T Paul Schultz, Ph.D.
Malcolm K. Brachman Professor Emeritus in Economics
Former Director of Economic Growth Center, Yale University


Sten H. Vermund, M.D., Ph.D.
Anna M.R. Lauder Professor of Public Health
Dean, Yale School of Public Health


Gonghuan Yang, M.D.
Professor and Former Vice Director, China National CDC


Winnie Yip, Ph.D.
Professor of Global Health Policy and Economics
Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health
Advisory Board Member, CHPAMS

Invited Sessions and Panels

Special Session: "Mining Gold" from Big Data in Healthcare

Hongyu Zhao, Department Chair and Ira V. Hiscock Professor of Biostatistics, Professor of Genetics, Statistics and Data Science, Yale University
Shuangge Steven Ma, Professor of Biostatistics, Yale School of Public Health

Roundtable: Healthy China 2030 (TBC)

Paul Cleary, Anna M.R. Lauder Professor of Public Health; Former Dean, Yale School of Public Health
Harlan M Krumholz, Harold H. Hines, Jr. Professor of Medicine; Director, Center for Outcomes Research and Evaluation, Yale-New Haven Hospital

Special Session: Behavioral Health Innovations

Jody L. Sindelar, Professor of Public Health (Health Policy) and Economics, Yale University
and Entrepreneurs from Health Tech Companies

Roundtable: Environment, Climate Change and Health

(Joint with Yale Climate Change and Health Initiative)

Michelle L. Bell, Mary E. Pinchot Professor of Forestry and Environmental Studies and Professor of Environmental Health, Yale University
Robert Dubrow, Faculty Director of the Climate Change and Health Initiative, Yale University
Yawei Zhang, Section Chief Surgical Outcomes and Epidemiology, Yale Department of Surgery; Associate Professor, Yale School of Public Health

Special Session: Environment and Human Capital

(Joint with Global Labor Organization)

Special Reception: Celebrating 10th Anniversary of CHPAMS

Call for abstracts and organized sessions

The call for abstracts and proposed sessions for CHPAMS Biennial Meetings to be held at Yale University May 11-13, 2018 is now open! We welcome abstracts and sessions on any public health issues in the fields of health economics, system science, global health, health policy, health care management, and/or epidemiology, preferably related to China. Methodological or theoretical innovations related to health policy and management are also encouraged. Organized sessions and individual abstracts will be accepted for consideration by the Scientific Committee. If an organized session is not accepted, the papers included in that session will be considered as individual abstract submissions; abstracts not accepted for oral presentation will be considered for poster presentation. Notification of acceptance will be made no later than January 15, 2018.

Please use our co-sponsor Chinese Economists Society’s online submission page to submit individual abstracts now through December 31, 2017. No CES membership fee is required in order to submit your session or abstract. Each abstract submission should include authors’ names, affiliation, and the corresponding author’s contact information. A 250-word structured abstract (introduction, method, results, and discussion) is expected.

Each organized session should consist of 3-4 individual papers. Each proposal should contain a tentative name of the session, titles of papers along with their abstracts, as well as names and e-mails of session presenters. If you would like to organize one or more sessions on a specific topic and have speakers/presenters lined up, please submit your proposal to Dr. Zhuo (Adam) CHEN for approval at by December 15th, 2017.

At least one of the coauthors need to be a registered member of CHPAMS. When submitting the abstract, please indicate which coauthor(s) is a CHPAMS member. CHPAMS membership is open to all with no membership fee. To register, please visit

The Best Abstract Award: All authors, whether submitting through individual abstracts or organized sessions, have the option to indicate whether this abstract will compete for “Best Abstract Award.” The winner will receive $200 plus a certificate, and the full article will be invited to be published in the fall 2018 issue of China Health Review.

Conference Registration and Travel Support

1. Registration fee is $100 (by April 15, 2018) and $150 (starting from April 16, 2018), which covers conference materials, food, and other services.

2. For all CHPAMS registered members who are current students and pay the conference registration fee by March 31, 2018, CHPAMS will provide $100 travel subsidy to the attendees.

3. Limited number of travel fellowships ($250) will be provided for students who pay the conference registration fee and whose abstract is accepted for oral presentation. To apply, email with an updated CV.

4. To receive any of the incentives, participants must be registered as a CHPAMS member on and pay the conference registration fee.

Job Placement Service:

We call for participation of Chinese universities or other entities to recruit talents during the CHPAMS Biennial Conference. CHPAMS will provide the platform of job matching, including organized introduction and Q&A sessions, interview tables and rooms.  Participating institutions will also be invited to become CHPAMS institutional members. For questions, email Dr. Xi CHEN at Yale University (

Meeting Facilities

Yale School of Public Health (May 11)
Yale Macmillan Center (May 12)

Team building activities:

May 2018 marks the 10th anniversary of China Health Policy and Management Society. We will have team building events, and attendants are welcome to participate and arrange their departures from New Haven, CT.

May 12, 2018: Yale campus tour to the historical sites of China’s Grand Cross-cultural Educational Experiment (大清留美幼童运动) and Yale-China Association (雅礼中国协会)

May 13, 2018: hiking in the East Rock Park, New Haven, CT.

Important Dates

December 15, 2017: Deadline for submitting organized sessions

December 31, 2017: Deadline for submitting abstracts

January 15, 2018: Notification of acceptance

March 31, 2018: Deadline for students to pay the conference registration fee in order to receive travel subsidy and be considered travel fellowships

May 11-13, 2018: Conference Dates



2016 CHPAMS Rising Scholar Best Paper Award

It is our pleasure to announce that the winner of 2016 CHPAMS Rising Scholar Best Paper is granted to "The effect of air pollution on mortality in China: Evidence from the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games", authored by Drs. Guojun He, Maoyong Fan, and Maigeng Zhou.

CHPAMS established the Rising Scholar Best Paper Award in November 2016 to recognize outstanding peer review publications authored by CHPAMS members who are in their early career stage (either current students or within five years since receiving their last academic degrees). The application for the 2016 Award was open from November 2016 to January 2017. We received eight highly qualified applications, published by CHPAMS members in China, Hong Kong, The Netherland, and U.S.  A six-member Award Committee (see list below) completed a thorough review of all applications and selected the winner for the first CHPAMS Best Paper Award.

The winning paper, "The effect of air pollution on mortality in China: Evidence from the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games", estimates the causal effect of air pollution on mortality in China in a quasi-experimental design. The paper exploits exogenous variations in air quality during the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games, and, compares the air pollution levels and health outcomes between cities that were regulated with cities that were not regulated before, during and after the Olympic Games. The paper reports that a 10% decrease in PM10 concentrations reduces the monthly standardized all-cause mortality rate by 8%. The age groups for which the air pollution effects are greatest are children under 10 years old and the elderly. The estimates generated from this quasi-experiment are substantially larger than the associational estimates, suggesting that previous studies may under-estimate the health impacts of air pollution. The findings also imply that tighter environmental regulations can lead to significant health improvement in China. The paper was published on the September 2016 issue of Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, a leading journal in environmental economics.  

The winning paper’s lead author, Dr. Guojun He, is an economist working on environmental, health and development issues. He is an assistant professor appointed jointly at Division of Social Science, Division of Environment and Department of Economics at The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST). Before joining HKUST, he was a research fellow at Harvard School of Public Health and obtained his Ph.D. degree from University of California, Berkeley. His current research focuses on understanding the complex relationship between economic development, environment, and human health from an interdisciplinary perspective.

Congratulations to Drs. Guojun He, Maoyong Fan, and Maigeng Zhou!

Lead Author, Dr. Guojun HE

2016 Best Paper Award Committee

·      Dr. Feijun Luo, U.S. CDC*
·      Dr. Lu Shi, Clemson University
·      Dr. Marie Ng, IBM Watson Health; CHPAMS’s Director of Academics
·      Dr. Xuesong Han, American Cancer Society; CHPAMS’s Director of Membership
·      Dr. Zhehui Luo, Michigan State University
·      Dr. Zheng (Jane) Li, U.S. CDC*; CHPAMS’s Secretary

* Drs. Feijun Luo and Zheng (Jane) Li are serving in their personal capacities


Call for Nominations: CHPAMS Inspiration Award

The CHPAMS Inspiration award is to recognize CHPAMS member’s determination to overcome significant barriers and achieve the beyond-expectation accomplishment in scientific research, community services, or innovative activities. Interested members can visit for more details. If you are interested in nominating an eligible member or yourself, please send a letter of application within 1,000 words to Dr. Zhuo (Adam) Chen ( by October 1, 2016. The winner will be selected by an Award Selection Committee that consists of renowned scholars in public health and health policy, as well as practitioners and entrepreneur in the area of healthcare. The winner will receive $500 at minimum level and an award plaque.

1st Conference of China Health Policy and Management Society (CHPAMS) & China Health Review (CHR)


Bridging the Minds in Health Policy

1st Conference of China Health Policy and Management Society (CHPAMS) & China Health Review (CHR)

Atlanta, May 13-14, 2016

Room 1000, Claudia Nance Rollins Building - Rollins School of Public Health,
Emory University, 1518 Clifton Rd, Atlanta, GA 30322

Click here to register


This is the 1st conference of China Health Policy and Management Society (CHPAMS) and its official journal-China Health Review (CHR). This conference aims to bridge the professional minds within CHPAMS across disciplines related to health policy and public health. The participants will have the opportunity to establish professional network with potential leaders in the field. Scientific and professional development sessions will be developed based on interest groups. The Board of Directors of CHPAMS and Editorial Board of CHR will host business meetings and communicate with engaged members to promote the organization and the journal to a new stage. 

Keynote Speaker: Jeffrey P. Koplan, MD, MPH

Dr. Koplan is Vice President for Global Health at Emory University. He serves on the advisory board for CHPAMS. From 1998 to 2002, Dr. Koplan served as the Director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Dr. Koplan is a graduate of Yale College, the Mt. Sinai School of Medicine, and the Harvard School of Public Health. He is a Master of the American College of Physicians and a member of the Institute of Medicine. 

Call for abstracts: 

Although abstract submission is not required, we welcome abstracts on health research, policy, practice, and education related to China and the general population health sciences. We especially encourage methodological or theoretical innovations related to health policy and management in China. The abstract shall be structured with introduction, method, results, and discussion (400-word limit). Authors have the option to indicate whether this abstract will compete for “best abstract award.” The winner will receive $100 plus the certificate. The full article will be invited to be published in an upcoming issue of the China Health Review. 

Deadline of abstract submission is March 31, 2016. Notification of acceptance will be made no later than April 20, 2016. The best abstract award will be announced in the Atlanta meeting.

Incentives for students and volunteers

1.     For all students who pay the conference registration fee and attend the conference, CHPAMS will refund 100% of the registration fee after the conference.

2.     For all volunteers who pay the conference registration fee and help organize or facilitate the conference in a significant way, 50% refund will be issued after the conference. 

3.     Limited number of travel grants ($250) will be provided for students who pay the conference registration fee. To apply, email with updated CV.  

4.     To receive any of the incentives, attendants must be registered members on and pay the conference registration fee first.

We will have a voluntary, self-paid team building event on May 15 (Sunday) morning and attendants are flexible to arrange their departures from Atlanta. 

For Questions

For questions on abstract submission, please contact Dr. Marie Ng (   

For questions on the conference, please contact


Call for Institutional Membership

Institutional membership is designed to recognize the shared value and vision between CHPAMS and institutional members to promote health and health equity in China or among Chinese population. CHPAMS will assist the members with developing, supporting and sustaining their institutional activity, such as recommending speakers, hosts for visiting scholars, organizing research webinars, and participating receptions in international conferences. For more information, please view here.

CHPAMS's 6th Jump-Start Your Career Webinar

Healthcare Start-up in China

Date & Time:

February 22, 2016,Monday, 9 - 10 PM (U.S. Eastern Time)
February 23, 2016,Tuesday, 10 - 11 AM (China time)

Keynote Speaker:

Dr. Yusheng Zhang, Founder & CEO of Apricot Forest/Xingshulin, Inc., Founding member of CHPAMS

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Dr. Yusheng Zhang’s Brief Bio

Yusheng Zhang, MD, MPH, MBA, one of the founding members of CHPAMS, is the founder and CEO of Apricot Forest, Inc., a leading Mobile Health company in China. Apricot Forest focuses on developing smart phone applications for Chinese physicians and helping them to work more efficiently. It has had over 20% of Chinese doctors as their users. In 2015, Apricot Forest was rated as the 2nd most innovative company in China, only after Alibaba. In early 2016, Apricot Forest received $30 million series C investment with an estimated $200 million market value. Dr. Zhang was trained as a physician in Peking Union Medical College and received his MPH and MBA from Johns Hopkins University, where he was a Sommer Scholar. Prior to Apricot Forest, he worked for a healthcare big data startup and a leading health insurer in the US.



2016 Board of Directors Nomination is Open

The term of the current board of directors will expire on June 30, 2016. Therefore, we will start the nomination and election process based on the bylaws. Please see the enclosed nomination forms and instructions. Note that only the members who registered on can be nominated, endorse and vote for the candidates. Definitely you are one of them!

I'm so honored and humble to serve this wonderful organization in the last two years. It is the best non-profit organization I've ever volunteered on and the experience is terrific! My board of directors contributed significant efforts to make critical decisions that move the organization forward; so many volunteers work behind the scenes to contribute everything they can contribute to this organization. Making so many new friends and learning so much from them!

I've already informed the board that I will step down as the President after June 30. I believe newly elected leadership can develop more potentials from this great organization. I really appreciate all your support in the past two years and hope you can support the new leadership as you support me.

We encourage more members with the leadership skills and potentials to step up and serve on the board. One of the important missions for CHPAMS is to provide leadership training to our members so they can develop well in their own careers. The board has appointed me, Adam Chen, and Roman Xu, as the nomination committee. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact any of us.

Chinese New Year is just around the corner and best wishes for you and your family to have a wonderful Year of Monkey!


Qi (Harry) Zhang, Ph.D.
China Health Policy and Management Society

CHPAMS Nomination Form MSWord

CHPAMS Nomination Form PDF


Support Us through AmazonSmile


Support us through AmazonSmile at no cost to you

AmazonSmile is website operated by Amazon that let you automatically support your favorite charitable organization every time you shop at Amazon, at no cost to you.  When you shop at, you’ll find the exact same prices and selections as, with the added bonus that Amazon will donate 0.5% of the purchase price to a charitable organization of your choice.  Therefore, you can do your everyday shopping at Amazon and support us without spending any extra money.

Here is how:

-       Initial set up

  • Go to
  • Log in with your Amazon account
  • Find “China Health Policy And Management Society”, and select it as the charity organization you'd like to support (note: must be the full name)
  • Start shopping (see example screen below. The yellow box highlights where the supporting charitable organization)

-       Shop.  Next time when you shop at Amazon, always start at, and Amazon will donate 0.5% of the price to CHPAMS.  (Note: Please make sure to start at  If you use Amazon Apps or go directly to for your purchases, Amazon will not make the donation)

Amazon最近启动了“ 微笑计划” 。您可以挑选一个非营利机构,之后您每一次购物,0.5% 的购物金额会由 Amazon捐赠给这个机构。

比如:您每个月都会上Amazon 购买$200的奶粉,如果从这个月开始,您选择我们“China Health Policy and Management Society” 作为捐赠对象,那么在您结帐时,Amazon 将捐赠$1.0给我们,而商品价格和Amazon是完全一样的,就是说您所花的钱没有改变。


·       在地址栏输入 (最关键一步)
·       登陆到您的 amazon账号
·       在搜索框中输入 China Health Policy and Management Society(注意是全称,不是 CHPAMS)
·       像往常一样开始购物(请看以下截屏,黄色方框中显示捐赠对象)
·       下次购物时请从 开始,那您就实现了不花钱为我们捐款啦!(最关键一步,直接去amazon.com或Amazon app都不行)


Happy New Year from CHPAMS

Year 2015 was the first full year after CHPAMS received its 501c non-profit status.  With the support from CHPAMS members and friends, we have made substantial accomplishments and progress.  As we enter the new year of 2016, we want to extend the most sincere greetings to you.  We wish you a prosperous and successful 2016 that is filled with happiness and love!

一元复始山河美,万象更新锦绣春。2015年是CHPAMS与许许多多的新老朋友携手共进、增进友谊的一年。在会员和朋友的努力下,我们取得了许多进步和成就。在2016开始之际,CHPAMS向所有新老朋友致以新年的问候: 祝大家在2016年里事业有成! 身体健康! 家庭幸福!


CHPAMS is run by many volunteers who are the cornerstone of the organization.  Each year, CHPAMS honors 1~3 individuals through the Volunteer of the Year Award ( For 2015, the Award goes to Ms. Cuiwen (Cynthia) Liu for her excellent contributions on a variety of CHPAMS activities and tasks, including Jump Start Your Careers webinars, event reports, membership database, and China Health Review.

Ms. Cuiwen (Cynthia) Liu has a master degree in Health Management and Policy from the University of Michigan and is a Strategy and Operation consultant at the Deloitte Consulting in Chicago, serving healthcare providers, payers and life sciences companies.  Before graduate school, she studied finance and economics in Fudan University and worked as a business analyst of financial industries in China.

Congratulations, Cynthia!

CHPAMS's 5th Jump-Start Your Career Webinar

Title: CHPAMS's 5th Jump-Start Your Career Webinar – Open Faculty Positions at U.S. Universities

Date & Time: November 19, Thursday, 9 - 11 PM (U.S. Eastern Time)


·         Teh-wei Hu, Ph.D. (CHPAMS Advisor & Professor Emeritus, School of Public Health, UC-Berkeley)

·         Jay Shen, Ph.D. (Associate Dean, School of Community Health Sciences, University of Nevada, Las Vegas)

·         Peihua, Qiu, Ph.D. (Professor and Founding Chair, Department of Biostatistics, University of Florida)

·         Yuhua Bao, Ph.D. (Associate Professor, Department of Healthcare Policy & Research and Psychiatry, Weill Cornell Medical College)

·         Ning Zhang, Ph.D. (Assistant Professor, Department of Health Policy and Management, University of Massachusetts-Amherst)

·         Qi (Harry) Zhang, Ph.D. (Associate Professor, School of Community and Environmental Health, Old Dominion University)

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