PARK Su Hyun

Su is a research fellow at the Saw Swee Hock School of Public Health, NUS. As an epidemiologist, she has been analyzing and interpreting various datasets, including national, population-based cohort, and birth-cohort datasets to address public health issues. Her research interests encompass a broad range of topics, including environmental health, life-course epidemiology, tobacco product use, food insecurity, chronic diseases, HIV prevention, and meta-analysis. Before her current position, she was a data analyst at New York University School of Medicine and a postdoctoral fellow for 3 years, focusing on alternative tobacco product use and HIV prevention. Currently, she has a keen interest in applying ecological momentary assessment (EMA) to study how the environment influences behaviors, to elucidate health disparities among populations, and coupling this with real-time geospatial methods and tools (GIS/GPS and accelerometers).

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