Chang-Chuan Chan

University: National Taiwan University

School/Department: College of Public Health/Institute of Occupational Medicine and Industrial Hygiene

Position: Professor

Degrees: Doctor of Science

Email: ccchan@ntu.edu.tw

Health topics of expertise: PM2.5; Air pollution in Thailand and Mongolia; Epidemiological study on industrial pollution; Global health research, and Occupational health studies.

Geographical focus: Taiwan, Asia-Pacific Rim Countries, and European Union

Service Activities: 

  1. Chairman, Taiwan Chapter of Society for Risk Analysis, since 2009;
  2. President of Society for Risk Analysis in Taiwan, since2008;
  3. Councilor of International Society of Exposure Analysis (ISEA), since 2008-2011;
  4. Chair, International Society of Exposure Science-East Asia Chapter (ISES-Asia), since 2011;
  5. Chair-Elected, International Society of Environmental Epidemiology-Asia Chapter (ISEE-Asia), 2014.

Recent related Consultancy/Grants/Collaborations:

  1. European Study of Cohorts for Air Pollution Effects. National Science Council, Taiwan, NSC97-2923-I002-001-MY4, 2008/06/01-2013/08/31;
  2. Health Impact Assessment of Air Pollution in Ulaanbaatar City, Mongolia. National Science Council, Taiwan, NSC99-2923-B002-009-MY3, 2010/08/01-2013/07/31;
  3. Air pollution and health among residents near a petrochemical complex in Yunlin County:a cohort study. Environmental Protection Bureau, Yunlin County, Taiwan, 2009/07/20-2014/12/31.

Recent related publications:

  1. Lee JH, Wu CF, Hoek G, de Hoogh K, Beelen R, Brunekreef B, Chan CC*. Land use regression models for estimating individual NOx and NO2 exposures in a metropolis with a high density of traffic roads and population. Science of the Total Environment 2014;472:1163-1171.
  2. Chen SY, Chan CC*, Lin YL, Hwang JS, Su TC*. Fine particulate matter results in hemodynamic changes in subjects with blunted nocturnal blood pressure dipping. Environmental Research 2014;131:1-5.
  3. Lin RT , Chien LC, Chen YM, Chan CC*. Governance matters: an ecological association between governance and child mortality. International Health 2014;6:249-257.

Bio:

WORK EXPERIENCE

  • Associate Dean, College of Public Health, National Taiwan University, since 2011
  • Director of Global Health Center in Taiwan College of Public Health, National Taiwan University, since 2011
  • Director of Institute of Occupational Medicine and Industrial Hygiene, College of Public Health, National Taiwan University, 1999-2005
  • Institute of Occupational Medicine and Industrial Hygiene, College of Public Health, National Taiwan University, Taipei City, Taiwan. Professor in Occupational Medicine and Industrial Hygiene, since 1996

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

  • Over 150 scientific papers on health, environment and labor issues have been published in SCI journals
  • Air Pollution Health Outcomes and Chemical Complex Related, over 400 Cited