2023 Apr-May GHP Career Series Lecture

Global Health Program (GHP) is going to arrange three career lectures form next week to the end of May. Please refer to the contents of each lecture as below for the further information. You are always welcome to attend the lectures. All the three lectures will be held at noon, and we will provide the meal, please remember to register as early as you can. If there is any inquiries, please feel free to contact GHP office : (02) 3366-8094 / ntumgh@ntu.edu.tw .

Registration Linkhttps://forms.gle/Exqd6Mr2dm8VAAY69  (Register before 12:00pm on April 24, 2023)

GHP Alumni’s Experience Sharing

TimeApril 25, 2023 (Tuesday)  12:20-13:20

VenueR117 K.P. Chen Lecture Hall, CPH, NTU

InstructorFlorence Elaine Wong (Clinical Research Associate, AnnJi Pharmaceutical Co., Ltd.)Fariha Tasnim Hossain (Health Communications Specialist, Centers for Disease Control & Prevention)Winston Kurnia Lie (Medical Student, Harvard Medical School)


Exploring Alternative Career Paths in Public Health: Insights from a Field Epidemiologist in Humanitarian Settings
TimeMay 16, 2023 (Tuesday)  12:20-13:20

VenueR117 K.P. Chen Lecture Hall, CPH, NTU

InstructorStephen Chua (Field Epidemiologist, Medical Teams International)

"Stephen Chua is a field epidemiologist and public health professional with extensive experience working in  humanitarian settings. He holds a Master of Public Health (MPH) from the University of Edinburgh and a Master of Science (MSc) in Infectious Diseases from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. He has worked with a range of organisations, including the United Nations and Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF), and is currently a monitoring and evaluation specialist for a US-based humanitarian organisation.

Stephen’s work has taken him to some of the world’s most challenging and complex public health emergencies, including the Ebola outbreak in West Africa, the refugee crisis in the Middle East, the COVID-19 response in the Rohingya refugee camps in Bangladesh."

"This GHP career lecture will introduce the unique and diverse career paths available in public health, providing a glimpse into the exciting world of field epidemiology in humanitarian settings. Stephen will share his insights and practical advice on how to pursue a career within this field, as well as the challenges and opportunities that come with working in emergencies, such as adapting to different cultural contexts, working with limited resources and dealing with crises within conflict-affected settings."

Increasing Access to MedicinesShaping Markets

TimeMay 29, 2023 (Monday)  12:20-13:20

VenueR117 K.P. Chen Lecture Hall, CPH, NTU

InstructorChia-Ying Lin (Program Officer, Results for Development)