M.A. & Ph.D.
(2002-2007), majored in Population Health and Management, Institute
of Population Research, Peking University, China.
Lei Zhang is a
lecturer of Institute of Population Research, Peking University
after finished her Ph.D. degree there. She was the 5-year Ph.D.
candidate, and during those 5 years, she was funded by National
Natural Science Foundation of China, and attended “Young
Scientist Summer Program” organized by IIASA (International
Institute for Applied Systems Analysis) in Vienna, Austria, 2006.
She finished the project of “The Impact of Population Projection on
Meadow Degradation of Western China: case of Inner Mongolia” when
she worked in IIASA. Her Ph. D. thesis was “Study of Disabled
Population Projection of China”, and it explored population
projection model of different health status by using the data of the
Second China National Sample Survey on Disability in 2006. Lei
Zhang’s research interest is Population Health and Management,
Construction and Development of Health Projection Model, Population
Health, Resources & Environment.