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Yu-Li Huang

Yu-Li Huang


  • Associate Professor Chief Director, Center of Industrial and Environmental Hazards Detection


  • Ph.D. (Environmental Health Sciences), University of Michigan, US
  • M.S. (Industrial Hygiene), University of Cincinnati, US
  • B.S. (Public Health), National Taiwan University


  • Assistant Professor, Department of Safety, Health and Environmental Engineering, NKFUST
  • Assistant Professor, Department of Environmental Engineering and Health, Yuanpei University
  • Instructor, Training Program of Technical Personnel Management for Chemical Substances of Level A in Toxicity
  • Instructor, Symposium of Occupational Hygiene, Occupational Hygiene Association of Taiwan
  • Environmental Consultant, Environmental Protection Bureau, Hsinchu City, Taiwan
  • Advisor, Technology Department of Industrial Safety and Health, Industral Technology Research Institute
  • Teaching Assistant, Department of Environmental Health Sciences, University of Michigan, US


  • Health risk appraisal and health management
  • Environmental health management
  • Pollutants transport modeling
  • Environmental monitoring data analysis
  • Industrial health


  1. B Hsu and Y Huang. "Intensive water quality monitoring in one of Taiwan bathing beach" Environmental Monitoring and Assessment, 144:463-468, 2008.
  2. B Hsu, Y Huang, Y Hsu and F Shih "The occurrence of protozoan and bacterial pathogens in small water systems in Taiwan mountainous area" Journal of Environmental Engineering-ASCE, 134(5):389-394. 2008.
  3. CY Peng, CH Lan, SL Hsiao, Y Huang. "Application of Passive Sampling on Assessment of Concentration Distribution and Health Risk of Volatile Organic Compounds at a High-Tech Science Park." Environmental Monitoring and Assessment, 185: 181-196. 2013.
  4. PM Kao, MC Tung, BM Hsu, CJ Hsueh, YC Chiu, NH Chen, SM Shen and Y Huang. Occurrence and distribution of Naegleria species from thermal spring environments in Taiwan. Letters in Applied Microbiology, 56:1-7, 2013.
  5. PM Kao, MC Tung, BM Hsu, YC Chiu, CY She, SM Shen, Y Huang and WC Huang. Identification and quantitative detection of Legionella spp. in various aquatic environments by real-time PCR assay. Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 2013 (accepted).

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