Zhangjiagang Center for Disease Control and Prevention, Jiangsu Province, China
Qungang Wang, associate chief physician, is the director and secretary of Zhangjiagang Center for Disease Control and Prevention in Jiangsu Province and mainly engaged in disease control and public health management. He is the deputy leader of the county group and consultant of the municipal group of disease prevention and control affiliated to the Public Health Management Branch Association of Chinese Preventive Medicine Association. As the managing director of the Community Aid Branch of the Chinese Association of Medical Aid and committee of the Association of Prevention Medicine of Jiangsu Province, he is also the leader researcher of preventive medicine in Zhangjiagang and the first batch of "123" high-level health talent training object. Dr. Wang was the chief editor of the books of "Practical Emergency Rescue Manual about the Acute Hazard of Common Dangerous Chemicals" and “Basic Knowledge, Basic Theory and Basic Skills of Disease Prevention and Control”, etc. He presided over the Key state science and technology project "The Scale Field Epidemiological and Intervention Studies on Major Infectious Diseases such as AIDS, Viral Hepatitis and Tuberculosis in Jiangsu Province” and other issues such as “The Study on the Present Situation and Countermeasures of the Occupational Disease Hazards caused by Toxic Chemicals in the Workplaces” and “The Research on the Influence of the Yangtze River Snails on the Yangtze River Estuary Section which is the Non-endemic Areas of Schistosomiasis in the South Jiangsu Province”. By these issues, he obtained multiple municipal progress prizes on the scientific and technological achievements. He was honored with "Public Health and Preventive Medicine Development Contribution Award" by the Chinese Preventive Medicine Association and awarded the “May 1st Labor Medal” by Suzhou government.