President & Secretary General
Jing Ma （马晶）, MD, PhD, (jing_ma@HPHCI.harvard.edu)
President & Secretary-General, U.S.-China Health Summit
Associate Professor of Population Medicine, Harvard Medical School & Harvard Pilgrim Health Care Institute
Jing Ma came to the United State in 1988 and obtained PhD in Epidemiology in 1993. After two-year post-doc training, she worked as a Harvard Medical School faculty in the area of cancer genomic and biomarker research at the Channing Division of Network Medicine, Brigham & Women Hospital between 1997-2017. Between 2006-2016, she has been involved in the China Initiative activities at the Harvard School of Public Health and was one of the organizers of the Harvard U.S.-China Health Summit inaugurated in 2011. When the U.S.-China Health Summit was registered as an independent none-for-profit organization in Massachusetts in 2014, she was one of the five founding Board members and serves as the President and Secretary-General to the present-day. She initiated the U.S.-China Health Summit “Young Health Innovation Forum” in 2015 and the “Health Innovation & Investment Forum” in 2019. In 2018, she created and serves as the Founding Director of the China Program for Health Innovation & Transformation (China Program) at the Department of Population Medicine, Harvard Medical School & Harvard Pilgrim Health Care Institute. In the same year, she also created the Center for Translation Medicine and Transformative Healthcare at the Sichuan Academy of Medical Science & Sichuan Provincial People’s Hospital and serves as the founding director. She is the Director of the science & Innovation Branch of the Chinese Aging Well Association and Vice Director of the Life Course Health at the Chinese National Maternal & Child Health Association. Dr. Ma is a Board member of the New Century Healthcare Holding Co., Ltd., China’s leading private health care provider for maternal and pediatric services.