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National Yangming University, Institute of Public Health
National Yangming University, Institute of Public Health
Full-time Song-Lih Huang

 

Song-Lih Huang Professor
Position

Professor

Office

Medical Building II (Bldg Y3), Room 304

Telephone

886-2-2826-7194

Fax

886-2-2827-8254

E-mail

slhuang@ym.edu.tw

Education

Harvard School of Public Health Doctor of Science 1993
Harvard School of Public Health Master of Occupational Health 1989
National Yang-Ming Medical College MD 1985Harvard School of Public Health Doctor of Science 1993
Harvard School of Public Health Master of Occupational Health 1989
National Yang-Ming Medical College MD 1985

Experience

Yang-Ming University Inst. Environmental Assoc. Prof. 1998/9 - 2002/7
Yang-Ming University Dept. Social Medicine Assoc. Prof. 1994/2 - 1998/8
Yang-Ming University Dept. Social Medicine Lecturer 1993/8 - 1994/1
Feng-Lin Veterans Hospital Department of Surgery surgeon 1987/7 - 1988/8

Professional
specialty

International Health, Environmental & Occupational Medicine

Research
Interest

Tobacco Control, International Health, Development and Health

Homepage  
Office Hour

THU.10:00-11:00, 11:00-12:00

PubMed
Articles

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Selected Publications
No Article Abstract(PMID)
1

Huang SL, Hsu M-K, Chan C-C, 2003. Effects of submicron particle compositions on cytokine production and lipid peroxidation of human bronchial epithelial cells. Environ Health Perspect: 111(4):478-482.

 
2

Yeh Y-F, Huang SL. 2004. The enhancing effect of dietary cholesterol and inhibitory effect of pravastatin on allergic pulmonary inflammation. J Biomed Sci: 11:599-606.

 
3

Sheu S-J, Huang S-H, Tang F-I, Huang SL, 2006. The transformation of medical students’ ethical decision making on terminal cancer truth-telling. Medical Education 40:590-598.

 
4

Lin CJ, Chen YH, Lin WT, Leu HB, Liu TZ, Huang SL and Chen JW. 2008. Direct effect of statins on homocysteine-induced endothelial adhesiveness: potential impact to human atherosclerosis. Eur J Clin Invest 38: 106–116.

 
5

Lin CP, Chen YH, Chen JW, Leu HB, Liu TZ, Liu PL, Huang SL. 2008. Cholestin (Monascus purpureus rice) inhibits homocysteine-induced reactive oxygen species generation, nuclear factor-kB activation, and vascular cell adhesion molecule-1 expression in human aortic endothelial cells. J Biomed Sci 15:183-196.

 


 

 

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