School of Population Health

Dr. Jiunn-Jye (JJ) Sheu

 Jiunn-Jye (JJ) Sheu

Curriculum Vitae

Jiunn-Jye (JJ) Sheu  MSPH, PhD, MCHES

PhD, University of Texas at Austin
MSPH, Kaohsiung Medical University, Taiwan
BEd, National Taiwan Normal University, Taiwan

Course taught:
HEAL 2750 Introduction to Epidemiology
HEAL 3000 Global Health
HEAL 3600
Prevention of Disease

HEAL 4800 Public Health Research and Statistics
PUBH 660   Health Behavior (Spring, Summer)
PUBH 680   Evaluation of Health Programs
HEAL 8800 Evaluation of Health Programs

HEAL 8900 Grant Writing in Health Sciences

Research area:

  • Health behavior informatics
  • Quantitative research methodology
  • Youth tobacco/alcohol prevention

Dr. Sheu’s research focus is health behavior change, in the area of smoking behaviors among youth, using quantitative methodology to measure the psychosocial underpinnings and information/communication technology for effective intervention.  He possesses the expertise in the quantitative methodology, especially in the psychometric validation on survey instruments and advanced statistical analysis such as structural equation modeling, as well as the advanced techniques on information communication and technology for research and intervention.

Professional service:

  • Chair Elect, Health Informatics Information Technology Section, American Public Health Association (11/2010-11/2012)
  • Chair, Health Communication Working Group, American Public Health Association (11/2009-11/2010)
  • Commissioner, Treasurer, Division Board Director, National Commission for Health Education Credentialing (1/2005-12/2009)
  • President, Chinese American Scholars Association of Florida (05/2005-05/2006)
Last Updated: 7/26/19