Honghong Wang (RN, PhD) is Associate Dean, Professor at Xiangya School of Nursing, Central South University. She is a council member of Hunan Nursing Association, and is an editorial member of Journal of Association of Nurses in AIDS Care and International Journal of Nursing Sciences. Her research areas focus on HIV/AIDS prevention, control and care, including designing AIDS anti-discrimination program for medical students, exploring ART adherence and its correlates, and exploring intervention methods to improving medication adherence among Chinese HIV-infected people. She was awarded a Chia Fellowship from the Yale-China Association to study in New Haven in 2001 and, returned to Yale for six months on a Fogarty International Center at NIH International Clinical, Operational, and Health Research Training Award (ICOHRTA) Fellowship in 2005. She has rich experiences in designing and conducting the international collaborative research and training programs. She teaches courses of nursing research and fundamental nursing for undergraduate and graduate nursing students. She participated in editing textbooks of Nursing Research, Nursing English, Theory and Practice on Nursing Research as a editor-in- chief or as a chapter contributor. She has been awarded three NIH founds from the US and 2 funds at national level, and has published 14c SCI articles and 40 articles in core Chinese journals. Her team has been awarded the Third Prize of Hunan Scientific and Technological Achievements and the Second Prize of Scientific and Technological Achievements from Hunan Medical Association.