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.|
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.
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.
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):
Wu Zunyou, Sullivan Sheena G, Wang Yu, Rotheram-Borus Mary Jane, Detels Roger Evolution of China's response to HIV/AIDS..