19 - 22 March 2022

Buenos Aires, Argentina

International Programme Organising Committee

Chinese Society of Pediatric Endocrinology and Metabolism


Xiaoping Luo

Luo Xiaoping’s research interests focus on comparative migration studies, internal migration, social change and sociological theory. She was the postdoctoral research fellow at School of International Studies in Peking University (2016-2018) and visiting scholar in Boston University (2014-2015).



Junfen Fu

Professor Jun-fen Fu, female, born in September 1968, is the Chief Physician and Director of Endocrinology Department of Children's Hospital, Zhejiang University School of Medicine. She is a tutor of PhD, MD. She is also the Zhejiang provincial New Century 151 Talent, the council member of the 6th and 7th of Asia-Pacific Pediatric Endocrine Society, the  Member of Chinese Medical Association of type 1 Diabetes, the committee member and secretary of Zhejiang Medical Association of Pediatric, the Professional Committee member of Zhejiang Medical Association of Endocrinology, the Deputy organizing committee of Zhejiang Pediatric Endocrine Society.
She graduated from Zhejiang University School of Medicine in 1991 and got her PhD degree in July of 2000. In the year of 2001, She was awarded a Chinese National Scholarship which supported her to study in Yamagata University School of Medicine in Japan as a visiting scholar. During the year of Jul 2005 to Aug 2006, She got professional training in Henry Wellcome Laboratories for Integrative Neuroscience and Endocrinology, University of Bristol, UK. In the year of 2008, she got short term (3 months) clinical training in University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA). She has been working in the Division of Endocrinology in this Hospital on clinical, teaching and research work as a pediatrician for 17 years. Her research is focused on the prevention and treatment of obesity and diabetes in children. She has published more than 50 papers in domestic and overseas journals within recent 10 years. She teaches congenital metabolic disease and endocrine disease at the graduate and undergraduate levels.