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     講 者 簡 介      李 明 瑱


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     者:李明瑱  教授

 主持人: 陳為堅  院長

 主    題:From Nutrition to Health Promotion

     間:101514日 中午12:30-13:20 





Principal Research Interests

·  Nutrition

·  Cancer

·  Asian-American health

·  Alternative medicine

Principal Teaching Activities

·  TICR Research Methods Workshop

·  Nutritional Epidemiology

·  Cancer Epidemiology

Selected University & Public Service

·  Medical School Admission Committee

·  MD with Thesis Committee

·  Board member, National Asian Women's Health Organization

·  Board member, American Cancer Society Northern California Chinese Unit

·  Board member, North America Taiwanese Professor Association


Dr. Marion M. Lee is a Professor of Epidemiology at School of Medicine, University of California, San Francisco, and a visiting Professor at School of Medicine, Stanford University; and an epidemiologic consultant at the Cancer Prevention Institute of California.  Dr. Lee has taught nutrition, clinical research methods and preventive medicine for many years both in the United States and in Asia.  Her research interest mainly is focus on cancer and nutrition as well as integrative medicine.  Not only Dr. Lee devotes her career in teaching and research, but also she has extensive experiences in community work on breast cancer and health promotion; especially among ethnic Chinese in California and in Asia.  She served in the President Panel on cancer; as grant proposals reviewer for National Cancer Institute and Taiwan National Health Research Institute; as the President of the Board for American Cancer Society California Chinese Unit; and a Board member of the National Asian Women Health Association.  In her spare time, Dr. Lee has organized many symposiums in East and West medicine.  She is also interested in visual and performing arts and photography.   She graduated from Fu-Jen University with a bachelor degree of nutritional sciences.  Dr. Lee received a master degree in public health from Yale University, a PhD in epidemiology from UC Berkeley and completed post-doctoral training at Stanford.