Dr. You-Lin Qiao received his Medical Diploma from Sichuan Medical College, Chengdu, China and his Master’s Degree in Medicine from Dalian Medical College. Before returning back to China in 1997, he had been trained for 11 years at Johns Hopkins University School of Hygiene and Public Health (PhD) and Cancer Prevention Studies Branch, NCI/NIH, USA. He is also the deputy secretary general and director of International Collaboration Department, Cancer Foundation of China, and Deputy Director of the MOH National Expert Committee for Cancer Screening and Prevention in China. He is an author on over 520 peer reviewed publications in both English and Chinese with 19000+ citations and h-index 75. He has been the Most Cited Chinese Researchers For exceptional research performance in the field of Medicine for six consecutive years from 2014 to 2019 (by Elsevier). As an expert in cancer prevention and control, he served as WHO Director-General’s Cancer Control Advisory Committee and WHO’s Cancer Technical Advisory Groups for helping to promote cancer prevention and control programs in developing countries. He is involved in many national and international projects to study etiology, primary intervention including vaccination, and early detection of a variety of cancers through multidisciplinary and global collaborations. He has received several national and international scientific awards, including the 2000 EUROGIN International Award, The Cornelius W. Kruse Award, The Excellent Achievement Award on Medical/Public Health Service in China , 2011 WHO/IARC Medal of Honor, 2016 Certificate of Appreciation for CGH, NCI/NIH, 2016 Health China Top Ten Public Figures and 2018 Pearline Global Cancer Research Humanitarian Award.