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Leader of Beijing Municipal Health Commission Visited National Institute of Biological Sciences,Beijing and the Chinese Institute for Brain Research, Beijing for Research
From:Beijing Municipal Health Commission
Date:05/27/2019

On May 8, 2019, the secretary of the Party Committee and director of the Beijing Municipal Health Commission, and the Secretary of the Party Committee of the Beijing Municipal Administration of Hospitals, Mr. Lei Haichao led a team to the National Institute of Biological Sciences,Beijing and the Chinese Institute for Brain Research, Beijing for research. He exchanged ideas on management operations, personnel incentives and cooperation intentions with responsible personnel of the two institutions.
Wang Xiaodong, director of the National Institute of Biological Sciences,Beijing and academician of the American Academy of Sciences, introduced the reform of the science and technology system in the original innovation and entrepreneurship of the institute. Researcher Luo Minmin, director of the Chinese Institute for Brain Research, Beijing, introduced the progress and difficulties in the institute construction and cooperation intentions.
Director Lei Haichao highly praised the innovation and entrepreneurship of the two institutions for new technology. He said that the researches of National Institute of Biological Sciences,Beijing and the Chinese Institute for Brain Research, Beijing are closely related to health work. In the future, institutions of the health system could learn from the reform experience of the two institutions in the management system to establish a more open cooperation mechanism and improve the incentives for personnel allocation. The institutions could carry out in-depth cooperation with research institutes with similar research areas with the two institutions to generate new results. Deputy Director of the Municipal Administration of Hospitals Pan Suyan, and staff from the relevant departments of the Municipal Health Commission and the Municipal Administration of Hospitals accompanied the investigation.