Education and Training
- BA in English, Xiamen University, China
- MAA in Medical Anthropology, University of Maryland, College Park
- PhD in Health Behavior and Society, Bloomberg School of Public Health, Johns Hopkins University
- HPCH 611: Public Health intervention (offered every spring)
- HPCH 672: Seminar of Public Health Intervention (doctoral students only)
- HPCH 642: mHealth: mobile technologies for public health (offered every fall)
- HPCH 636/PHLT470: Study abroad in China (offered every other summer)
- Directed research credit courses available upon request.
A. mHealth/eHealth behavior and policy:
Design, evaluate, and scale-up low-cost mHealth interventions for chronic disease management
Integrate primary care and community health, engage patients, and promote patient-provider communication using mHealth tool
Examine the relationship of digital divide and health disparities, and identify barriers to adotpoin of mHealth tools
B. Behavioral intervention of HIV/STI, gender-based violence, medication adherence.
C. Culturally appropriate measurement of psychosocial and health outcomes.