Risanti Febrine Situmorang
Project: Association between exposure-related behaviors and urinary phthalate metabolites for pregnant women in Taiwan.
Adviser: Chia-Jung Hsieh
Study period: 2016-2018
"I am very glad to be part of Master Program in Public Health Department, Tzu Chi University. First of all, i would like to mention the warm learning atmosphere, that we have in school, which is good for us as international student. We are treated as family. The second is: it's such a good opportunity to be taught by professional lecturer that is very knowledgeable in their field, and truly advise with the best for their students. And even, everyone will be guided by an adviser that has been very responsible and dedicated to help students achieve their education goals. PH department helps me to see PH issues around the world and improves my knowledges and skills in doing research especially in Public health field that is very useful for me and my society."
Project: Application of quaternary ammonium agents on N95 respirator before use for pre-decontamination of airborne Mycobacterium smegmatis
Adviser: Chun Chieh Tseng, PhD
"My experience as a graduate student in the Department of Public health proved to be the most challenging and rewarding phase of my student life. The department provides a very open and engaging environment within which to develop as a scientist. One of the biggest advantages of the department is the nearly even student-to-faculty ratio that guarantees professors will treat students more like their colleagues than as students."
Project: Role of public health workers in primary health care setting in Mongolia
Adviser: Liang Ying Hsu PhD
Project: Risk factor associated with recurrent pulmonary tuberculosis in Ulaanbaatar,Mongolia
Adviser: Shu Yuan-Chen.
Project: Sex Education knowledge among High School students
Adviser: Hui Chuan Kao
Project: Social network and online game addiction related personality big 5 factors in Mongolian adolescent
Adviser: Yi-Chun Sun
Mohammed Thangameeran Shaik Ismail
Project: Animal models to find out the relationship between the neurodegenerative diseases and PM2.5
Adviser: Lih-Ming Yiin
Study period: 2017-2018
"I have my bachelors degree in Environmental Engineering and I worked in the field of air pollution for 4 years in India. I came to Tzu Chi University to understand the molecular mechanism by which the air pollution might affect the brain. My study area is using animal models to find out the relationship between the neurodegenerative diseases and PM2.5 which is one of the major ambient air pollutants. I spent about one year in the Public Health Department and was mentored by Prof.Lih-Ming Yiin who just gave me greater hopes to pursue my dream"
Project: Association between gallstone and metabolic syndrome
Adviser: Chen Shu-Yuan
Project: How to communicate with people about using antibiotics
Adviser: Yi-Chun Sun
Project: the changes in depression level and sleep quality of GERD patients during PPI medication
Adviser: Shu-Hui Wen
"The reason why I want to study abroad is to learn more about health issues from another country's perspective. All the teachers here help the students to figure out what they want to learn and let us as students to explore it. Here, I feel the warmth of family. It's also a good opportunity to be taught by professional teachers here.
Wei Lin Yee
Project: Vegetarian diets and cardiovascular disease prevention
Adviser: Chia-Jung Hsieh, Ph.D.
"I am glad as an international student in Master Program in Public Health Department, Tzu Chi University. All the faculty members providing us a rewarding study environment by helping us up whenever we having difficulties in running our project. "
Ikbal Andrian Malau
Nationality : Indonesia
"After i’ve accepted in public health department of tzu chi univ. certainly i don’t know for sure about situation in Tcu Chi. I can only see through the website. and now I’ve been here for more than 2 weeks, I am very happy and grateful to get the chance to continue my study here. I hope and i have to enjoy my study here, and it’s suppprted by adequate campus facilities, good learning methods, and good lecturers."