Zongshuan “Jack” Duan is the Project Coordinator for Georgia State University’s China Tobacco Control Program (GSU-CTP). His responsibilities include assisting all GSU-CTP staff with office work, providing administrative support, and helping with survey design and data analysis.
From Aug 2012 until May 2014, Zongshuan worked at Emory Global Health Institute’s China Tobacco Control Program (EGHI-CTP) as a graduate research assistant. Prior to joining EGHI-CTP, Zongshuan served at the China Medical Board (CMB) Beijing Office as an office assistant.
Zongshuan completed his undergraduate education at Peking University Health Center with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Biomedical English. He also earned a Bachelor of Economics degree from Peking University, prior to securing a Master of Public Health (MPH) degree from Emory University in Reproductive Health and Population Studies.