Shih‐Bin Su obtained his Medical degree from the National Taiwan University and finished the Ph.D. degree from the National Cheng Kung University in Taiwan. He has been serving as a Clinical Physician in both family medicine and occupational medicine at a large teaching hospital in southern Taiwan for more than 15 years. His primary research interests include epidemiologic trend of traditional infectious disease prevalence in Taiwan, health promotion in workplace, controlled environment related adverse health problems in high‐tech industries workers, and so on. He has conducted several studies focused on women health issues among female clean room workers, such as the effect of rotating shift work on the sleep, menstrual characteristics, and other endocrine disturbance among female workers.
Biography Updated on 20 December 2013