Shu-Tzu Huang, MS, is currently a Ph.D. candidate in Health Promotion and Education at the University of Cincinnati. Additionally, she serves as a Graduate Assistant for the program teaching classes and conducting research projects. Shu-Tzu earned her master’s degree in Health and Welfare Policy from the National Yang Ming Chiao Tung University in Taiwan. She worked in Taiwan’s Ministry of Health and Welfare for two years promoting international health cooperation. Shu-Tzu has a great passion for public health research. Her studies have been published in several peer-reviewed journals as well as presented at national conferences. Her research interests include child/adolescent health, substance use/abuse prevention, mental health promotion, college health, and immigrant health.

Shu-Tzu Huang, MS PhD Candidate, Health Promotion and Education, University of Cincinnati, OH USA

Shu-Tzu Huang, MS, is currently a Ph.D. candidate in Health Promotion and Education at the University of Cincinnati. Additionally, she serves as a Graduate Assistant for the program teaching classes and conducting research projects. Shu-Tzu earned her master’s degree in Health and Welfare Policy from the National Yang Ming Chiao Tung University in Taiwan. She worked in Taiwan’s Ministry of Health and Welfare for two years promoting international health cooperation. Shu-Tzu has a great passion for public health research. Her studies have been published in several peer-reviewed journals as well as presented at national conferences. Her research interests include child/adolescent health, substance use/abuse prevention, mental health promotion, college health, and immigrant health.

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