Dr. Chiehwen Ed Hsu, Ph.D
Member, Scientific Advisory Council
Adjunct Professor, University of Maryland
Research Interest: Public Health Informatics, Health Law, Public Health
preparedness and response, health disparities and minority health
C. Ed Hsu (HSU is pronounced ‘she’) is a professor in academic positions of fifteen years working with many outstanding current and future health leaders. Hsu is currently on the faculty of NCKU Int’l MBA (IMBA), College of Management. Formerly, he served full-time as Associate Professor for UT Health Science Center specialized in Public Health Informatics, where he coordinated UT Houston MPH/PhD, MPH/MS dual-degree programs, and was on full-time faculty of the University of Maryland College Park. At the national and state levels Hsu served on federal, national non-for-profit and state advisory committees and study sections to advise health programs and policy development. His research focused on applying informatics solutions, including spatial and temporal methods, geographic information systems, epidemiology and qualitative techniques in the improvement of health disparities, minority health, and public health preparedness and responses.