Ottawa-Shanghai Joint School of Medicine


DU Jiang

Professor \ Director of Department of Drug Abuse

Treatment Center, Shanghai Mental Health Center


Tel: 18017311220

Research: Addiction Treatment and Prevention


Dr. Jiang Du has successfully lead many clinical trials in China. Her research focus on psychological intervention on drug abuse and dependence. In 2007, she was awarded NIDA/INVEST fellowship grant and spend one year in UCLA and learn the nuances of substance abuse research from the leaders in this field. As the director of Shanghai Drug Abuse Treatment Center, she has developed and implemented new strategies into to reduce drug relapse such as education of healthcare workers, developing educational materials for our patients. She has got several grants from NIH, NSFC, and local government.


  • Zhai Jing, Long Yan, Shi Jingqing, Shi Daqing, Ren Qihuan, Wu Yanru, Zhao Min*, Du Jiang*. The Effectiveness of Mindfulness-based Relapse Prevention in Chinese Methamphetamine Dependent Patients: A pilot study. Frontiers in Psychiatry, 2022, 13:819075.

  • Zhai Jing, Wang Wenzheng, Zhang Lei, Fu Rao, Zeng Qingzhi, Huang Leping, Zhao Min*, Du Jiang*. The Effect of SBIRT on Harmful Alcohol Consumption in the Community Health Centers of Shanghai, China: A Randomized Controlled Study[J]. Alcohol and Alcoholism. 2022.

  • Liu Ziqi, Luo Ruyan, Fu Rao, Yuan Chenxin, Xu Xueming, Zhou Dongsheng, Zhao Min*, Yuan Tifei*, Du Jiang*, The Influences of Impulsivity and Education Levels on Severity of Alcohol Dependence, Frontiers in Psychiatry, 2020, 11: 737.

  • Zhang Jiating#, Zhang JingyingArial, Du zheyi, Li jun, Lv chaohui, Du Jiang*, Effect of mindfulness-based intervention on functional connectivity of resting state electroencephalogram of amphetamine-type stimulants use patients, Journal of Shanghai Jiao Tong University (Medical Science), 2019, 39(12), 1416-1421.

  • Han Hui#, Zhang Jingying#, Hser Yih Ing, Liang Di, Li Xu, Wang Shanshan, Du Jiang*, Zhao Min*, Feasibility of a Mobile Phone App to Support Recovery from Addiction in China: Secondary Analysis of a Pilot Study, JMIR mHealth and uHealth, 2018, 6(2): e46.