Feng Zijian


   
  MD, MPH, the Deputy Director General of Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention (China CDC), also the Vice Dean of Graduate School of China CDC, is in charge of EPI, emergency response, environmental health and occupational health. 
    
  Dr. Feng started his professional career at Henan provincial CDC as an epidemiologist and a physician since 1986, responsible for disease surveillance, EPI and infectious disease control and prevention as a whole. In 2000, I transferred to China CDC as the Deputy Director of National Immunization Program, Director of Disease Control and Emergency Response Office, and in 2013 took the position of Deputy Director General of China CDC. 
    
  Over the past 14 years, Dr. Feng had taken the leading role in coordinating and managing China CDC’s preparedness and responses to various public health events such as SARS, public health safety preparedness for Olympic 2008, Wenchuan earthquake and international disaster relief, pandemic (H1N1) 2009, discovery of Bunya virus, epidemic of human infections with H7N9, etc., and being responsible for establishing and implementing the disease surveillance and emergency response protocols, training, field investigation, response and risk assessment, and international collaborative projects with multi- and bi-lateral partners such as WHO, GAVI, UNICEF, JICA, US CDC, etc. I have been attending many technical meetings as a short-term consultant to WPRO/WHO, APSED regional meeting for example, and also a speaker or advisor to other international conference on infectious disease control. 
    
  Dr. Feng is currently a member of National Advisory Committees on Emergency Response, Immunization Planning, Acute Public Health Events, and invited as a public health advisor by other government authorities in China such as Ministry of Education, State Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine. I have published more than 80 articles at national and international journals, including The Lance, NEJM, PLOS Medicine, BMJ, Emerging Infectious Diseases, Vaccine, etc.  
    
  He has published over 50 articles in international journals and Chinese journals, including The Lancet, the New England Journal of Medicine, PLoS Medicine, BMJ, Clinical Infectious Diseases, Journal of Infectious Diseases, Emerging Infectious Diseases, and Vaccine.