Deputy Director of National Office for Cancer Prevention and Control, National Central Cancer Registry of China
Dr. Chen had worked as radiotherapist for 5 year since graduated from faculty of clinical medicine, Bethune University of Medical Sciences in 1995. He obtained Master’s Degree of International Public Health (Honor) in 2004 from School of Public Health, the University of Sydney. Dr. Chen used to work as a researcher in Cancer Council, NSW and Cancer Institute NSW in areas of cancer registration, cancer epidemiology and biostatistics. In 2013, he successfully obtained Ph.D from Sydney University. Dr. Chen has some theoretical basis and practical experience in cancer epidemiology area. He was involved in and in charge of several national programs on cancer after he started work in National Office for Cancer Prevention and Control, National Central Cancer Registry as Deputy Director in 2005, such as, the third national death survey, cancer screening program in Huaihe River region and cancer registration and follow-up program. Recently, Dr. Chen has participated in many international conferences representing China to communicate with colleagues working in the same areas from different countries. Currently, he is also the member of National Health Information Society, Executive Vice Director of Cancer Registration and Surveillance Committee, Editorial Director of Journal of China Cancer, the representative of Asian Cancer Registry, the member of editorial board of several academic journals. He has published more than 100 scientific articles and 9 monographs.