Ming Ye, PhD


Training Program: Post Doctoral Fellow, School of Public Health, University of Alberta and Alberta Health Services Tomorrow Project

Ming grew up in Tianjin, China. He got a BSc degree in Microbiology in 1997 from Nankai University (China) and a master degree in Oncology in 2005 from the University of Alberta. In 2015, Ming obtained a PhD degree in Epidemiology from the School of Public Health, University of Alberta. His PhD research focused on effect of environmental chemicals on respiratory health.

Ming is now working as postdoctoral fellow at ACHORD studying cancer and chronic disease epidemiology. In partnership with Alberta's Tomorrow Project, Ming's research project focuses on linking Alberta's Tomorrow Project data with Alberta Health administrative databases to characterize relationships between healthcare utilization and risk and health outcomes of cancer and chronic diseases.

Outside of work, Ming spends most of his time with his family. He also loves swimming, traveling and playing basketball and soccer.

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