Sun-Young Kim, PhD

Affiliate Assistant Professor, Env. and Occ. Health Sciences (Primary department)
Sun-Young Kim is a Research Assistant Professor in the Institute of Health and Environment, at the Seoul National University.
She earned her Ph.D. in the Department of Public Health Science at the Seoul National University School of Public Health in Seoul, Korea. Dr. Kim’s research focuses on the influence of exposure prediction models on health effects estimation
and health effects analysis of air pollution.

Contact Information

Research Interests

  • Air pollution epidemiology and statistics

Teaching interests

Epidemiology and Biostatistics

Education

PhD, Biostatistics, Seoul National University (Korea), 2005
MPH, Biostatistics, Seoul National University (Korea), 2002
BA, Health Education, Ewha Woman's University, 1998

Projects

Association between Predicted Particulate Matter Air Pollution and Health. Fostering Next-generation Research Program (Presidential Post-doc Fellowship), Korea Research Foundation. $733,500
Review date: 
12/8/2015