姜晶梅 中国协和医科大学流行病与卫生统计学专业博士。 中国医学科学院基础医学研究所、北京协和医学院基础学院，流行病与卫生统计学系教授，博士生导师。现任统计学课程负责人以及统计科研课题组长；Australasian Journal On Ageing杂志编辑部成员；中国博士后基金专家组成员及国家药监局专家审评组成员。研究方向：“统计学方法在医学研究中的应用”。2012年主持或作为分项目支持参与国家自然基金、卫生部专项基金以及科技部基础性工作专项等项目。
2013年重要成果(Highlights) 论著(Publications)  厚磊, 姜晶梅. 高血压易感基因关联研究的现状与统计学对策. 中华高血压杂志. 2013;21(6):526-530.  Jingmei Jiang, et al. Sociodemographic patterning of risk factors for cardiovascular disease in three isolated subgroups of Uygur Population living in extreme climate conditions in Xinjiang, China. BMI open 2013.3(3):  Han W, Jiang J, Li J, Zeng X, Zou X, Wu Y, Chen Y, Zhao P, Hou L, Pang H, Liu B.Contributions of major smoking-related diseases to reduction in life expectancy associated with smoking in Chinese adults: a cross -sectional study.BMC Public Health. 2013 Dec 9;13:1147. doi: 10.1186/1471-2458-13-1147.
Application of Statistical Methods in Medical Research Dr. Jingmei Jiang, professor in department of epidemiology and biostatistics, doctoral tutor in Institute of Basic Medical Sciences Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences, School of Basic Medicine Peking Union Medical College, PhD in Peking Union Medical College. She is the current head of statistics courses and Principal Investigator of statistical research, editorial board member of Australasian Journal On Ageing, expert group member of National Science Foundation for Post-doctoral Scientists of China and review group member of State Food and Drug Administration. She focuses her research on the application of Statistical methods in medical research. In 2012, she was in charge of projects of National Natural Science Foundation of China, Special Program Foundation of Ministry of Health, and Special Program Foundation for Basic Research of Ministry of Science and Technology of China.
Contributions of major smoking-related diseases to reduction in life expectancy associated with smoking in Chinese adults: a cross-sectional study Wei Han, Jingmei Jiang, Junyao Li, Xianjia Zeng, Xiaonong Zou, Yanping Wu, Yuanli Chen, Ping Zhao, Lei Hou, Haiyu Pang and Boqi Liu
Background: Cigarette smoking is a prominent risk factor for a wide range of diseases. The current study aimed to evaluate the impact of smoking on deaths from major smoking-related diseases (neoplasms, vascular diseases and respiratory diseases) in Chinese adults by estimating the potential gains in life expectancy (LE) that would accrue from eliminating deaths from these diseases, and to determine the contribution of each disease to the reduction in LE associated with smoking. Methods: Two cohorts of Chinese smokers and non-smokers were constructed from a retrospective national mortality survey that had been conducted in 1989–1991 and included one million all-cause deaths among adults during 1986–1988 in 103 geographical regions. For each cohort, potential gains in LE by eliminating deaths from each major smoking-related disease were estimated. The contributions of each disease to smoking-associated reduction in LE were assessed using the LE decomposition approach. Results: Among the major smoking-related diseases, it was estimated that elimination of vascular diseases would provide the greatest potential gain in LE (years), regardless of smoking status. The gains for smokers versus non-smokers in populations of urban men, urban women, rural men and rural women aged 35 years were 3.5 vs. 4.3, 3.8 vs. 4.1, 2.4 vs. 3.0, and 2.6 vs. 2.9 years, respectively. Respiratory diseases contributed most to smoking-associated LE reductions in urban women, rural men and rural women of 43.6%, 46.4%, and 62.9%, respectively. In urban men, neoplasms contributed most to smoking-associated LE reduction, their contribution being estimated as 45.8%. Conclusions: Respiratory disease has the greatest influence on the LE reduction associated with smoking. Thus, smoking prevention could significantly reduce deaths from respiratory disease and improve LE.