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Faculty

Liubai Li

Liubai Li

Liubai Li

  • Associate Professor
  • liubai@bjmu.edu.cn
  • Xueyuan Road 38, Haidian District, Beijing, China
  • Peking University
Personal profile

EDUCATION

 

2017 Visiting scholar, Stanford Prevention Research Center Stanford University, USA

2006 Postdoc., University of Pittsburgh Child Weight Management and Wellness Center Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh, USA

2000 – 2005 Ph.D., The University of Tokyo, International Health, Japan

1985 – 1991 M.D., Beijing Medical University, Preventive Medicine

 

INTERNATIONAL TRAINING COURSES

 

December 2-11, 2013 The 3rd Asia Training Course on School Health and Nutrition Programs, Bangkok, Thailand (Sponsored partly by The Partnership for Child Development, UK)

Oct, 2012  Training Program Surveillance and Prevention of Birth Defects and Preterm Births. WHO headquarters, Geneva, Switzerland. 2008  Built Environment Assessment Training Institute Emory University, Atlanta, GA, USA.  (Sponsored by The USDA & The US CDC)

2006  Nutritional Epidemiology, FAO-China CDC, China

 

ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS

 

2006 – present Associate Professor, Institute of Child & Adolescent Health,  School of Public Health, Peking University Health Science Center

1991 – 2000 Lecturer, School of Public Health, Department of Nutrition

Beijing Medical University

 

BOARDS, ADVISORY COMMITTEES, PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS

 

2016 – present Member, American Society of Nutrition

2015 – present Scientific Advisory Board Member,  Chinese Institute of Food Science and Technology,  The Second Council of The Food Nutrition and Health Branch

2011 – present Scientific Advisory Board Member, Committee Member,  National School Feeding Program of China

2007 – present Member, International Society of Behavioral Nutrition & Physical Activity

2006 – present Member, Chinese Society for Child & Adolescent Health

2000 – 2005 Member, Japanese Society for Breastfeeding

1991 – present Member, Chinese Society for Nutrition

1991 – present Member, Chinese Society for Public Health

1991 – present Member, Beijing Society for Nutrition

1991 – 2000 Member, Chinese Society for Physiology

 

HONORS AND AWARDS

 

December 10-13, 2018 Travelling Scholarship, IAEA. International Symposium on Understanding the Double Burden of Malnutrition for Effective Interventions. IAEA Headquarters, Vienna, Austria.

2017 Visiting Scholar China, Scholarship Council Stanford Prevention Research Center, Stanford University, USA

December 2-11, 2013 Travelling Scholarship, The Partnership for Child Development, UK.

The 3rd Asia Training Course on School Health and Nutrition Programs, Bangkok, Thailand.

2010 Publication foundation, Press of Peking University, for “Handbook of child injury prevention”

2008  Travelling Scholarship, The USDA & The US CDC, Built Environment Assessment Training Institute Emory University in Atlanta, GA, USA

2007  Travelling Scholarship, International Society for Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity (ISBNPA) The Third World Participant Scholarship Program

2004 Honor Scholarship of The University of Tokyo

2000 –2002 Honor Scholarship of the Asian Development Bank: The Asian Development Bank-Japan Scholarship Program  (ADB-JSP Scholarship, Master Course)

1999 Outstanding Teacher, Beijing Medical University

1997 Outstanding Teacher, School of Public Health, Beijing Medical University

 

Main research directions

Well-being and Cardiometabolic risk reduction in youth

DASH Diet Pattern and Its Components, Gut Microbiota and Child Obesity

School-Based Energy-Balance Related Behavior Change in School Children

Correlates of Physical Activity and Physical Fitness in Chinese Youth and the Intervention Strategy

 

Representative scientific research projects
10 representative papers

1. Yi Song, Anette Agardh, Jun Ma, Liubai Li, Yuanting Lei, Randall S. Stafford, Judith J. Prochaska. National trends in stunting, thinness and overweight among Chinese school-aged children, 1985–2014. International Journal of Obesity

2018.06 https://doi.org/10.1038/s41366-018-0129-7

2.Yiming Cheng, Nan Wang, Ziyao Ding, Liubai LI. The Status of the sugar-sweetened beverage consumption and its correlates in Chinese School children in Beijing, Hunan, and Ningxia. Chinese Journal of School Health 2018;39(4):501-505 (in Chinese)

3. Mingxin Xu, Nan Wang, Liubai LI. The association of maternal BMI and its change during pregnancy on the obesity of the neonates. China Journal of Reproductive Health 2017;28(5):447-450. (in Chinese)

4. LI Liu Bai, WANG Nan, WU Xu Long, WANG Ling, LI Jing Jing, YANG Miao, and MA Jun. Energy balance-related behaviors are related to cardiometabolic parameters and predict adiposity in 8-14-year-old overweight Chinese children one year later. Biomed Environ Sci 2016; 29(10): 754-757

5. Nan Wang, Xulong Wu, Ziyao Ding, and Liubai Li. Association of leisure screen time and body weight in Chinese school children. Chinese Journal of School Health 2016;37(11):1604-1606+1610. (in Chinese)

6. Song Y, Ma J, Li LB, Bin Dong, Zhiqiang Wang, Anette Agardh. Secular trends for age at spermarche among Chinese boys from 11 ethnic minorities, 1995–2010: a multiple cross-sectional study. BMJ Open 2016; 6: e010518. doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2015-010518

7. WU Xu-long, ZHAO Wen, LI Jing-jing, WANG Ling, YANG Miao, LI Liu-bai. Correlates of child obesity in Beijing preschool children. Chinese Journal of Child Health Care 2015;23(4):340-343 (in Chinese)

8. LI Jing-jing, WU Xu-long, WANG Ling, YANG Miao, LI Liu-bai. Association of Anthropometrical Indices and Percent Body Fat with Cardio-metabolic Parameters in Overweight Chinese Children. Chinese Journal of Child Health Care 2014,22(11):1130-1133 (in Chinese)

9. WANG Ling,LI Jing-jing,YANG Miao,WU Xu-long, LI Liu-bai, MA Jun. Nut consumption and its association with child obesity in Chinese school children. Chinese Journal of Child Health Care 2014,22 (11):1178-1182 (in Chinese)

10. WANG Ling,LI Jing-jing,YANG Miao,WU Xu-long, MA Jun, LI Liu-bai. Effects of a new behavioral intervention on health-related quality of life among overweight and obese children. Chinese Journal of School Health 2014,35(8):1163-1165 -- 169 (in Chinese)