Guangxi CDC—China Partnership

5 people stand in front of a CDC sign

The University of Minnesota and the Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region Center for Disease Prevention and Control (Guangxi CDC) signed an Agreement for Cooperation and Exchange in March 2015 to broaden the scope of their collaboration.

Guangxi CDC is the provincial center for disease prevention and control for Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region in southern China. Based in the provincial capital, Nanning, it directs and supports a network of municipal and county CDCs throughout the autonomous region of 55 million people. Guangxi CDC employs 500 staff and has 24 research divisions and laboratories focusing on human parasitology, immunology, food safety and environmental health, and different bacterial, viral, infectious and chronic diseases. It also has a HIV/AIDS clinic to provide testing, counseling, and treatment.