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researcher , healthcare educator

Shih-Chun Candice Lung, healthcare educator, researcher. Achievements include research in human exposures to pollutants from fish consumption, incense-burning, tea-drinking and other activities; research in compositions of aerosols from local pollution and long-range transport.

Background

Lung, Shih-Chun Candice Daughter of Shu-Yu Lung and Teh-Shin House.

Education

Doctor of Science, Harvard University, 1996.

Career

Associate professor department public health Chung Shan Medical University, Taichung, Taiwan, 1996—2001, chairwoman department public health Taiwan, 1999—2001, adjunct associate professor department public health Taiwan, since 2002. Assistant research fellow Research Center for Environmental Changes, Academia Sinica, Taipei, Taiwan, since 2002. Board directors Chinese Association Aerosol Research in Taiwan, Taipei, Taiwan, since 2000, chairwoman and editor-in-chief newsletter committee, since 2002.

Board directors Chinese Association Occupational Health, Taipei, 2000—2002.

Achievements

  • Achievements include research in human exposures to pollutants from fish consumption, incense-burning, tea-drinking and other activities. Research in compositions of aerosols from local pollution and long-range transport.

Membership

Member of Chinese Association of Occupational Health (board directors 2000-2002), Taiwan Public Health Association, Chinese Association for Aerosol Research in Taiwan 2000-2004, (chairwoman, editor-in-chief newsletter committee 2002-2004).

Connections

father:
Shu-Yu Lung

mother:
Teh-Shin House