School of Pediatrics

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YU Guangjun

Researcher

E-mail:gjyu@shchildren.com.cn

Tel: 021-52976232

Research Interests: High-risk child management, early childhood development, ADHD medical education integration

Biography

Yu Guangjun, male, doctoral supervisor. He is the director of Shanghai Pediatric Precision Medicine Big Data Engineering Technology Research Center, the director of Pediatric Infection, Immunity and Critical Care Research Institute of Shanghai Jiaotong University School of Medicine, and the head of Collaborative Innovation Team of Neurodevelopment of Premature Infants of Shanghai Jiaotong University School of Medicine. He is a leading talent in Shanghai, a talent of the national 100 million project, and an expert with outstanding contribution from the Ministry of Human Resources and Social Security. He is a member of the Committee on Precision Medicine of the China Women and Children's Association, Vice Chairman of the Pediatric Protection Group of the Pediatric Special Committee of the Chinese Medical Association, and Vice Chairman of the Pediatric Branch of the Shanghai Medical Association. He is a member of the main committee of the Internet Medical Branch of the Shanghai Medical Association. He entered Shanghai Medical University in 1988 and received his master's degree in pediatrics from Shanghai Medical University in 199 and his doctorate in social medicine and health care management from Fudan University in 2002. He is engaged in research on child health care and medical informatization. He has undertaken one 863 science and technology project, three National Natural Science Foundation of China (NSFC) surface projects, and one NSFC major integration project. He has published more than 60 papers. He has edited and published books such as "Management of High Risk Children" and "Into the Era of Mobile Health". He was awarded the second prize of National Science and Technology Progress (ranked 3rd) and the first prize (ranked 3rd) and third prize (ranked 1st) of Shanghai Science and Technology Progress once each.