Growth, development, and related influencing factors in children and adolescents.
Early prevention of adult diseases.
Disease Prevention for Students and School Health Management
Prime Minister's Fund - Topic 4 - Topic 5: "Health Protection and Intervention Research of Purifier/Fresh Air System in Polluted Weather";
National Science Foundation: Changes of blood pressure in adolescents at timing of puberty onset and the regulation effect of sex hormones. (No.81673192)；
Legal Department of the National Health and Family Planning Commission, Pilot Work on Evaluation of School Health Standards Implementation by School Health Professional Committee of National Health Standards Committee in 2017;
Department of Sports Health and Art Education, Ministry of Education, Construction of Environmental Safety Supervision System for School Infrastructure;
UNICEF, Education and Child Development;
National Health and Family Planning Commission, Management of School Health Standards in 2016;
Center of Statistical Information, National Health and Family Planning Commission, Research on Indicators of Adolescent Health Development at Home and Abroad (No.20161110);
Center of Health and Family Planning Supervision, National Health and Planning Commission, School Health Professional Standard Cleaning (No.20160056).
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