Shi Xiaoming | Updated: 2023-05-09
Deputy Director General, China CDC
In 2005, Shi Xiaoming received his PhD degree in epidemiology and health statistics from the China CDC. In 2008, he worked as a visiting scholar at the University of California, Los Angeles. 
Previously, he served as the deputy director and director of the Chronic Disease Prevention and Community Health Office of China CDC, and the director of the National Institute of Environmental and Health of the China CDC. In April 2023, he was appointed as the deputy director general and a member of the Leading Party Members' Group of the China CDC.
Shi's main research area lie in the epidemiology of chronic and non-communicable diseases, focusing on the impact of environmental factors and aging on population health. He has presided over more than 10 national key research and development programs and research projects supported by the National Science Fund for Distinguished Young Scholars. In addition, he has been in charge of organizing, planning and implementing the China National Human Biomonitoring Program.
His research results have been published in internationally renowned journals such as BMJ, Lancet Public Health, Lancet Planetary Health, Nature Aging, EHP, JACC and Age and Aging, and major Chinese journals including Chinese Journal of Preventive Medicine, Chinese Journal of Epidemiology, and National Medical Journal of China
Shi serves as the chief editors for many books including Healthy aging in China: trends and determinants, Chinese Healthy Aging and Biomarkers Cohort Study and Classic Cases of International Environmental and Health Research.
He was listed in the National Hundred, Thousand and Ten Thousand Talent Project, and invited as member of the expert advisory committee of the Healthy China Initiative Promotion Committee, member of the National Environment and Health Advisory Committee, member of the New Pollutants Management Expert Committee, principal member of the National Environmental Benchmark Expert Committee, principal member of the Environmental Sanitation Branch of the Chinese Preventive Medicine Association and deputy editor-in-chief of the Chinese Journal of Preventive Medicine.