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Stephanie Hsieh

Contributing Faculty

College of Health Professions

School of Health Sciences

Degree Program Ph.D. Public Health

Dr. Stephanie Hsieh has been engaged in public health research since 2008, where she has specialized in studying social and neighborhood-level factors that impact health and health disparities. She has been teaching doctoral level courses, and advising dissertation candidates, at Walden University since 2012.

Courses Taught

PUBH 8032 - SPSS Revealed

Education

PhD, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health - Baltimore, MD United States

Publications

Hsieh, S., Leaderer, B. P., Feldstein, A. E., Santoro, N., McKay, L. A., Caprio, S., McConnell, R. (2018). Traffic-related Air Pollution Associations with Cytokeratin-18, a Marker of Hepatocellular Apoptosis, in an Overweight and Obese Paediatric Population. Pediatric Obesity.

Hsieh, S., Klassen, A. C., Curriero, F. C., Caulfield, L. E., Cheskin, L. J., Davis, J. N., Goran, M. I., Weigensberg, M. J., Spruijt-Metz, D. (2015). Built Environment Associations with Adiposity Parameters among Overweight and Obese Hispanic Youth. Preventive Medicine Reports.

Presentations

Hsieh, S., Feldstein, A. E., Leaderer, B. P., Caprio, S., McConnell, R. S. (2016). Does Air Pollution Enhance Liver Disease and Injury?.