Daniel Tzu-Hsuan Chen is a PhD candidate based in the Public Health Policy and Evaluation Unit, with an interest in tobacco control and health risk research.
His doctoral work investigates the epidemiology of tobacco use, with special focus on the socio-demographic risk factors related to poly-tobacco product use and other health risk behaviours.
Daniel Tzu-Hsuan Chen graduated from the College of Medicine, National Taiwan University and holds an MSc and a BSc in Physiotherapy. Prior to starting his PhD, he practiced as a licensed physiotherapist and worked as a research assistant in the Department of Public Health, National Taiwan University. With his increased interest in the use of health data to inform practice and policy, he subsequently started his PhD at Imperial College London. During his PhD study, he was a recipient of the Taiwan Governmental Scholarship of the Ministry of Education in 2017.
Chen T-H, Wang Y-J, 2021, Inequality-related health and social factors and their impact on well-being during the COVID-19 pandemic: findings from a national survey in the UK, International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, ISSN:1660-4601