Dr. Haojun FanVisit Hanwang town again - after wenchuan  earthquake in 2008

Haojun Fan, MD, PhD

Deputy Director – Institute of Disaster & Emergency Rescue Medicine,
Chinese People’s Armed Police Force (PAPF)

Vice President – China Association for Disaster & Emergency Rescue Medicine

Vice Chairman – Youth Committee of Chinese Society of Disaster Medicine (CSDM)

Secretary General – Tianjin Association of Rescue Medicine

Director – Disaster Medicine Branch, Tianjin Medical Association

Dr. Haojun Fan, MD, PhD, is the Deputy Director of the Institute of Disaster & Emergency Rescue Medicine of the Chinese People’s Armed Police Force (PAPF), the Vice President of the China Association for Disaster & Emergency Rescue Medicine (CADERM), the Vice Chairman of the Youth Committee of the Chinese Society of Disaster Medicine (CSDM), the Secretary-General of the Tianjin Association of Rescue Medicine, and the Director of the Disaster Medicine Branch of the Tianjin Medical Association.

As a Vice Director of the China International Search and Rescue Team (CISAR), Dr. Haojun Fan has led numerous rescue missions in China and abroad and has tremendous amount of field experience, including responding to the tsunami in Indonesia (2004), earthquake in Pakistan (2005), wildfires in the Greater Hinggan Mountains (2006), earthquake in Wenchuan (2008), earthquake in Haiti (2010), earthquake in Yushu (2010), earthquake in Ya’an (2013) and Tianjin explosions (2015).

Dr. Haojun Fan also has extensive teaching and training experience. He founded the Chinese Rescue Medical Training Center, the biggest training center in China, and has edited monographs such as “Disaster Rescue Medicine” and a series of 12 textbooks for rescue medical education, which have been adopted by many universities as specialized disaster relief textbooks. He serves as the supervisor of the graduate program in Disaster & Emergency Rescue Medicine in four universities and has mentored more than 20 graduate students.

Dr. Haojun Fan has organized and performed as the principal investigator for a large number of Chinese national programs including “Emergency on-site rescue: Emergency equipment research and development” supported by National Ministry of Science and Technology(China), “Emergent public health events at the scene of an emergency: Key rescue technology, process specifications, and applied research” sponsored by major projects of National Ministry of Public Health (China), and “Research on rapid assessment of personnel injury and emergency medical demand immediately after an earthquake”, supported by the National Natural Fund of China. He has co-authored more than 150 papers in Chinese and international journals, and holds 32 patents.