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epidemiologist , researcher

Chun-Yi Lu, Chinese epidemiologist, researcher. Achievements include research in long-term immunity of HBV vaccine; research in blocking Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome replication by siRNA technology; research in enterovirus 71 and apoptosis. Fellow, National Institutes of Health, 2002; grantee, National Science Council, Taiwan, 2003, National Taiwan University Hospital, 2005; scholar, Rotary Club, Taiwan, 2004.

Background

Lu, Chun-Yi was born on January 4, 1967 in Taipei, Taiwan.

Education

Doctor of Medicine, China Medical University, 1981. Doctor of Philosophy, National Taiwan University, 2000.

Career

Intern National Taiwan University Hospital, Taipei, Taiwan, 1990—1991, resident department pediatrics Taiwan, 1994—1997, fellow divsn, of infectious disease department pediatrics Taiwan, 1997—1999, attending physician Taiwan, since 2000, lecturer, since 2005. Postdoctoral fellow National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, Maryland, 2002—2003. Reviewer Journal Microbiology, Imunology and Infection, Taipei, since 2003, Journal Formasan Medical Association, Taipei, since 2003.

Achievements

  • Achievements include research in long-term immunity of HBV vaccine. Research in blocking Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome replication by siRNA technology. Research in enterovirus 71 and apoptosis.

Membership

Member of Infectious Disease Society, Taiwan Pediatric Association, Taiwan Medical Association.

Connections

Married Ling-Ling Tsai, January 1, 1999. Children: Jonathan, Vincent.

spouse:
Ling-Ling Tsai

child:
Jonathan Lu

child:
Vincent Lu