Epidemiology, public health, program implementation Acquired immune deficiency syndrome; sexually transmitted diseases; HIV-related high risk groups; prevention and intervention strategies; national program evaluation.
Zunyou Wu, MD, PhD is Adjunct Professor of Epidemiology in UCLA Schools of Public Health, and Director of the National Center for AIDS/STD Control and Prevention, Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention. Dr. Wu is also consultant for UNAIDS and WHO for global response to HIV/AIDS. He serves as the Program Director of the National Institutes of Health Fogarty International Center ICOHRTA AIDS/TB program in China.
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Rotheram-Borus Mary Jane, Wu Zunyou, Liang Li-Jung, Li Li, Detels Roger, Guan Jihui, Yin Yueping, Swendeman Dallas, Swendeman Dallas Reductions in sexually transmitted infections associated with popular opinion leaders in China in a randomised controlled trial.. Sexually transmitted infections. 2011; 87(4): 337-43.
Wu Zunyou, Wang Yu, Mao Yurong, Sullivan Sheena G, Juniper Naomi, Bulterys Marc The integration of multiple HIV/AIDS projects into a coordinated national programme in China.. Bulletin of the World Health Organization. 2011; 89(3): 227-33.
Liu Yufen, Wu Zunyou, Mao Yurong, Rou Keming, Wang Lu, Zhang Fujie Quantitatively monitoring AIDS policy implementation in China.. International journal of epidemiology. 2010; 39 Suppl 2(9): ii90-6.
Wu Zunyou, Sullivan Sheena G, Wang Yu, Rotheram-Borus Mary Jane, Detels Roger Evolution of China's response to HIV/AIDS.. Lancet. 2007; 369(9562): 679-90.