Dr. Li Ling Chaw

liling.chaw@ubd.edu.bn

Lecturer, Pengiran Anak Puteri Rashidah Sa'adatul Bolkiah Institute of Health Sciences

               

     

EDUCATION

(2012 - 2016) Doctor of Medical Science, Tohoku University, Sendai, Japan
(2010 - 2012) Master of Medical Science, Tohoku University, Sendai, Japan
(2002 - 2004) Bachelor of Biomedical Sciences, Bond University, Gold Coast, Australia

RESEARCH INTERESTS

Statistical data analysis
Epidemiology
Burden of infectious disease
Transmission of infectious disease
Influenza
Public health

FUTURE PROJECTS

Investigating the burden and risk factors of active & latent tuberculosis in Brunei

A project is currently planned on determining the investigating the burden and risk factors of active TB, as well as the risk of progression from latent to active TB, using national-based surveillance data from MoH Brunei. Students interested to undertake this topic will be exposed to epidemiological concepts and biostatistical analysis.


Applications Invited
Masters by research, Master of Public Health by coursework (MPH)

Effect of climate on infectious diseases detection in Brunei

The seasonality of infectious diseases has been a long known but less understood phenomenon. Equally perplexing is the differences in trends seen between temperate and tropical areas. Contributing factors that could be climate conditions and social/cultural differences in human behavior. Students who are interested in this topic have the opportunity to handle and analyze datasets relating to population health, meteorological and social science.


Applications Invited
Masters by research, Master of Public Health by coursework (MPH)

Determining geographical hot spots for active tuberculosis cases in Brunei

A project is currently planned on investigating the presence of spatial clustering or hot spots for Brunei, using national-based surveillance data from MoH Brunei. Students interested to undertake this topic have the opportunity to analyze the dataset using softwares such as R, ArcGIS and/or QGIS.


Applications Invited
Masters by research
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Scopus Publications

15

Google Scholar Citations

2

Google Scholar h-index

Scopus Publications