Fan Wu, MD, PhD
Shanghai Medical College of Fudan University, Shanghai, China
Fan Wu, MD, PhD, chief physician, doctoral supervisor, the national expert with special allowance of the State Council. She is now the deputy dean of Shanghai Medical College, Fudan University; the president of Shanghai Preventive Medicine Association; the Director of WHO Collaborating Center for Healthy City. She also serves as an expert of Shanghai municipal leading group for control and prevention of COVID-19, a member of the committee of Shanghai science and technology research group, and a member of China-WHO Joint Mission on COVID-19. She has successively served as the founding director of National Center for Non-Communicable Disease Control and Prevention, China CDC; the director-general of Shanghai Municipal Center for Disease Control and Prevention (at the time the director-general of Shanghai Institutes of Preventive Medicine); the deputy director-general of Shanghai Municipal Health Commission, etc. She has led to establish the national network for NCD control and prevention, set up the national NCD surveillance system and injury surveillance system, as well as to refine the surveillance system in Shanghai regarding on infectious disease, NCD and nutrition. She led the shanghai CDC team to successfully deal with influenza H1N1, avian influenza H7N9 and other public health emergencies, and successfully implement public health security for mass gathering, such as 2010 Shanghai World Expo. She played an important role on consultation of controlling COVID-19 at national and municipal level.