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Institute of Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences

Associate Professor Wen-Chi Pan

 

Prof Wen-Chi Pan (潘文骥)
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Current Position

Associate Professor, 
Institute of Environmental & Occupational Health Sciences, School of Medicine, National Yang-Ming Chiao Tung University

Office

Room 307, Medical Building II

Campus Extention

67057

E-mail

wenchipan@nycu.edu.tw  
wenchipan@post.harvard.edu

Academic Degrees

Sc.D.(Environmental Health), Havard University, 2012

MS (Environmental and Occupational Health), Harvard University, 2010

MS (Environmental Engineering), National Chung-Hsing University, 2003

BS (Environmental Engineering), National Chung-Hsing University, 2001

Research Experience

Associate Professor, National Yang Ming Chiao Tung University, Jan 2021- Present

Assistant Professor, National Yang Ming University, Aug 2015- Dec 2020

Post-doctral Research Assistant, Brown University, Jan 2014-May 2015

Post-doctral Research Fellow, National Cheng Kung University, Aug 2012-Dec 2013

Research Assistant, National Research Institute of Chinese Medicine Sep 2005-June 2007

Expertise

Environmental Epidemiology, Causal Mediation Analysis, High Dimensional Data Analysis

Research Interests

Use of epidemiological methods such as Causal Mediation Model to study the relationship between environmental factors (such as greenness, air pollution and noise pollution) and chronic diseases. Simultaneously, high-dimensional statistical model is developed to analyze the effects of mediation factors and co-exposure factors on the disease.

Website

https://sites.google.com/site/taiwanwenchipan

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Recent Publications

1

Tsai, H. J., Li, C. Y., Pan, W. C., Yao, T. C., Su, H. J., Wu, C. D., ... & Spengler, J. D. (2021). The effect of surrounding greenness on type 2 diabetes mellitus: A nationwide population-based cohort in taiwan. International journal of environmental research and public health, 18(1), 267.

2

Asri, A. K., Pan, W. C., Lee, H. Y., Su, H. J., Wu, C. D., & Spengler, J. D. (2021). Spatial patterns of lower respiratory tract infections and their association with fine particulate matter. Scientific reports, 11(1), 1-12.

3

Tan, Y. Q., Rashid, S. A., Pan, W. C., Chen, Y. C., Liya, E. Y., & Seow, W. J. (2020). Association between microenvironment air quality and cardiovascular health outcomes. Science of The Total Environment, 716, 137027.

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Wu, C. D., Chern, Y. R., Pan, W. C., Lung, S. C. C., Yao, T. C., Tsai, H. J., & Spengler, J. D. (2020). Effects of surrounding environment on incidence of end stage renal disease. Science of The Total Environment, 723, 137915.

5

Huang, T., Chan, T. C., Huang, Y. J., & Pan, W. C. (2020). The association between noise exposure and metabolic syndrome: a longitudinal cohort study in Taiwan. International journal of environmental research and public health, 17(12), 4236.

6

Lee, H. Y., Wu, Y. H., Asri, A. K., Chen, T. H., Pan, W. C., Yu, C. P., ... & Wu, C. D. (2020). Linkage between residential green spaces and allergic rhinitis among Asian children (case study: Taiwan). Landscape and Urban Planning, 202, 103868.

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Pan, W. C., Yeh, S. Y., Wu, C. D., Huang, Y. T., Chen, Y. C., Chen, C. J., & Yang, H. I. (2021). Association between traffic count and cardiovascular mortality: A prospective cohort study in Taiwan. Journal of epidemiology, 31(5), 343-349.

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Lee, H. Y., Wu, C. D., Chang, Y. T., Chern, Y. R., Lung, S. C. C., Su, H. J., & Pan, W. C. (2020). Association between surrounding greenness and mortality: An ecological study in Taiwan. International journal of environmental research and public health, 17(12), 4525.

9

Asri, A. K., Yu, C. P., Pan, W. C., Guo, Y. L., Su, H. J., Lung, S. C. C., ... & Spengler, J. D. (2020). Global greenness in relation to reducing the burden of cardiovascular diseases: ischemic heart disease and stroke. Environmental Research Letters, 15(12), 124003.

10

Seow, W. J., Low, D. Y., Pan, W. C., Gunther, S. H., Sim, X., Torta, F., ... & van Dam, R. M. (2020). Coffee, black tea, and green tea consumption in relation to plasma metabolites in an Asian population. Molecular Nutrition & Food Research, 64(24), 2000527.

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Leung, W. T. V., Tam, T. Y. T., Pan, W. C., Wu, C. D., Lung, S. C. C., & Spengler, J. D. (2019). How is environmental greenness related to students' academic performance in English and mathematics?. Landscape and Urban Planning, 181, 118-124.

12

Chang, C. H., Wang, P. W., Liang, H. W., Huang, Y. F., Huang, L. W., Chen, H. C., ... & Chen, M. L. (2019). The sex-specific association between maternal paraben exposure and size at birth. International journal of hygiene and environmental health, 222(6), 955-964.

13

Li, C. Y., Wu, C. D., Pan, W. C., Chen, Y. C., & Su, H. J. (2019). Association between long-term exposure to PM2. 5 and incidence of type 2 diabetes in Taiwan: a national retrospective cohort study. Epidemiology, 30, S67-S75.

14

Lin, W. H., Pan, W. C., & Yi, C. C. (2019). “Happiness in the air?” the effects of air pollution on adolescent happiness. BMC public health, 19(1), 1-10.

15

Lee, H. Y., Yu, C. P., Wu, C. D., & Pan, W. C. (2018). The effect of leisure activity diversity and exercise time on the prevention of depression in the middle-aged and elderly residents of Taiwan. International journal of environmental research and public health, 15(4), 654.

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Wu, C. D., Chen, Y. C., Pan, W. C., Zeng, Y. T., Chen, M. J., Guo, Y. L., & Lung, S. C. C. (2017). Land-use regression with long-term satellite-based greenness index and culture-specific sources to model PM2. 5 spatial-temporal variability. Environmental Pollution, 224, 148-157.

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Huang, Y. F., Pan, W. C., Tsai, Y. A., Chang, C. H., Chen, P. J., Shao, Y. S., ... & Chen, M. L. (2017). Concurrent exposures to nonylphenol, bisphenol A, phthalates, and organophosphate pesticides on birth outcomes: a cohort study in Taipei, Taiwan. Science of the Total Environment, 607, 1126-1135.

18

Huang, YT, & Pan, WC (2016). Hypothesis test of mediation effect in causal mediation model with high-dimensional continuous mediators. Biometrics , 72(2), 402-413.

19

Pan, WC , Wu, CD, Chen, MJ, Huang, YT, Chen, CJ, Su, HJ, & Yang, HI (2016). Fine particle pollution, alanine transaminase, and liver cancer: a Taiwanese prospective cohort study (REVEAL -HBV). JNCI: Journal of the National Cancer Institute , 108(3).