On the afternoon of October 18th, the 2020 World Young Scientist Summit International Forum on Comprehensive Health Care hosted by Wenzhou Medical University was held at the Student Activity Center in Chashan Campus. More than 200 academicians, experts and young scholars in the field of health care gathered together, focusing on the topics of a community with a shared future for mankind, the construction of a public health system in the context of the epidemic, a scientific and technological response toward COVID-19, and the training of future medical talents, exchanged experience in epidemic prevention and control, discussed the development direction of the health and medical industry, and charted a new vision for global medical development.
Huai Jinpeng, secretary of the Leading Party Members’ Group and executive vice president of the China Association for Science and Technology, academician of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, Yao Ke, president of the Zhejiang Association for Science and Technology, Yao Gaoyuan, mayor of Wenzhou City, and Lu Yijun, secretary of the Party Committee of Wenzhou Medical University, delivered speeches respectively. Li Xiaokun, academician of Chinese Academy of Engineering and president of Wenzhou Medical University, presided over the main forum.
Huai Jinpeng delivers a speech.
Yao Ke delivers a speech.
Yao Gaoyuan delivers a speech.
Lu Yijun delivers a speech.
Li Xiaokun delivers a speech.
As the core activity of this summit, the Comprehensive Health Care Forum invited an amazing array of high profile speakers. Nobel Prize Laureate in Chemistry Aaron Chehanovo, Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada John Hepburn, Academicians of the Chinese Academy of Sciences Yang Huanming and Chen Guoqiang, Academicians of the Chinese Academy of Engineering Li Lanjuan and Liu Liang, Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Health Sciences and Dean of the WMU Institute of Aging Song Weihong, President of Peking University Cancer Hospital Ji Jiafu, Director of the Infectious Diseases Department of Huashan Hospital Affiliated to Fudan University Zhang Wenhong, and other top experts and scholars gave keynote speeches in turn, exchanging and sharing theoretical and practical research results.
Professor Aaron Ciechanover, Nobel Prize laureate:
"Young scientists from all over the world should discuss, exchange views, form friendships and jointly respond to global changes through the Comprehensive Health Care Forum. I believe this will be a great opportunity that will benefit everyone."
Professor John Hepburn, University of British Columbia:
"Under the current global COVID-19 pandemic situation, interdisciplinary and transnational cooperation is more important than ever. Extensive cooperation among experts in the medical field is the future trend and solution to the epidemic."
Academician Li Lanjuan, Zhejiang University:
"China and other countries in the world are at a distance that an airplane can reach. Now China has made marked progress in containing the virus, the global epidemic is still spreading and poses a serious threat to human health. Therefore, the principle of 'early detection, diagnosis, isolation and treatment' for epidemic prevention and control still needs to be emphasized."
Academician Yang Huanming, BGI Group:
"Life is still full of mysteries for us, but I am convinced that through continuous scientific research, we are gradually revealing more of its secrets, which is also an important goal for the development of life and health."
Academician Chen Guoqiang, Shanghai Jiao Tong University:
"Medicine can save the country. If medicine is developed, the country will be strong. Modern medicine pays more attention to multi-disciplinary integration, and studies on the entire life cycle and the entire disease process, as well as the individual and common pathogenesis of major diseases in an all-round, three-dimensional, and multi-perspective manner. "
Academician Liu Liang, Macau University of Science and Technology:
"Traditional Chinese medicine is a complex scientific system with profound scientific connotation. It calls for, more than other disciplines, integration of multi-disciplinary advanced technologies, talents of different academic backgrounds, and international cooperation to further expand the research on traditional Chinese medicine and contribute the wisdom of the traditional Chinese nation to all mankind."
Academician Song Weihong, Wenzhou Medical University:
"To protect the vulnerable elderly population from COVID-19 is a worldwide issue that requires urgent attention. Intervention measures such as community support, public education, telemedicine, and real-time psychological services should be adopted to reduce the impact of the epidemic on the elderly and Alzheimer's patients. "
President Ji Jiafu, Peking University Cancer Hospital:
"After the epidemic, the so-called normality as in the past has become farther and farther away from us. It may change the way we learn, the way we work, and the relationship between doctors and patients. We need to collaborate, especially international and domestic multi-center collaboration, which will benefit us."
Professor Zhang Wenhong, Huashan Hospital Affiliated to Fudan University:
"China has achieved phased results in the campaign against the epidemic with its scientific research capabilities, national leadership, people's cooperation, and great Oriental culture." He encouraged WMU students to be more open-minded, confident and creative.
It is reported that the Comprehensive Health Care Forum had five sub-forums, including the International Symposium on Nutrition Research and Population Health, the International Nursing Academic Conference, the Kangning International Academic Conference on Psychiatry, the 2020 International Conference on Laboratory Medicine, and the sub-forums of Medical Summit Forum, Yuying Cancer Forum, Macromolecular Drug Oujiang Forum and Zhijiang Science and Technology Forum Growth Factors and Disease Summit, Life and Health Academician Symposium and Annual Academic Conference of China Rural Medical Student Education College Association, the Frontier Forum for Biomedicine and Health Sciences and Zhijiang Science Forum on Sepsis. Thousands of experts and young scholars took part in discussions on hospital management, precision treatment, tumor prevention and treatment, biomedical industry trends, development of the comprehensive health industry, general medicine education and other topics. The forums and symposiums have generated an academic spillover effect on medical college and universities at home and abroad, hospitals at all levels, scientific research institutions, the Yangtze River Delta Medical Association, Medical Alliance of West-Strait Zone and so on, attracting wide attention in Thailand, South Korea, Malaysia, Australia and other countries.