Dr. Junko Tanuma is the Chief of Division of the AIDS Medical Information at AIDS Clinical Center in National Center for Global Health and Medicine (NCGM) in Tokyo, Japan. She graduated from School of Medicine in Tohoku University in 1997 and completed her fellowship in Infectious Diseases at NCGM. She earned her PhD from Graduate School of Medicine in Tohoku University in 2011 for the study on HIV drug resistance in Vietnam and was in the Takemi fellowship at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health in 2014-2016. She is currently a member of the committees of STI/HIV control and the AIDS surveillance of the Ministry of Health Labour and Welfare (MHLW) Japan and of the global health committee in the Japan Medical Association. She is serving as a Japan’s country rapporteur of UNAIDS Global AIDS Monitoring and the primary investigator of the Sexual Health Research Programs by the MHLW, where her team has conducted sexual health promotions programs in multiple languages before the Tokyo 2020 Olympics through the EXPO 2025 Osaka. She is leading the international collaboration committee in the Japanese Society for AIDS Research, where she is promoting the Fast Trak Cities Initiatives.