CPPCC member, member of the Central Committee of the Jiusan Society, vice president and professor of the School of Public Health of Peking University, doctorial supervisor.
Wu Ming has been engaged in research on health economy and health policy for many years. She has participated in topic investigation for the Jiusan Society, and put forward suggestions about medical reform. She has also led many subjects including evaluation research on the pilot work of the new rural cooperative medical system commissioned by Ministry of Health, research on health services for and the medical security of the city’s floating population, and a study on the financing and incentive mechanisms of urban community health institutions.
Educational experience:
1997 to 2000, Renmin University of China, PhD in Economics
1984 to 1987, Beijing Medical University, Master of Medicine
1979 to 1984, Beijing Medical University, Bachelor of Medicine
Working experience:
2002 to 2003, post doctorate, Institute of Health Policy of the School of Medicine of Stanford University.
June 2000 to present, professor, Health Teaching and Research Division in the Department of Health Policy and Management of the School of Public Health of Peking University.