Dr. Wu is an associate professor in the School of Health Management at Kainan University in Taiwan. She is also a visiting scholar sponsored by the Fulbright Foundation. Her research focuses on the etiology and prevention of health behaviors among children and adolescents. She examines the development and related factors of depression, bullying, eating, exercising, and substance use. Regarding prevention efforts, she develops and evaluates the intervention strategies, e.g. board games, or curriculums, to change knowledge, attitude, and behaviors in childhood and adolescence.
The Prevention Research Collaborative, based at the University of Michigan School of Public Health, is made up of the Prevention Research Center of Michigan, Michigan Youth Violence Prevention Center, National Center for School Safety, and affiliated initiatives. Our Centers are funded through the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and Department of Justice (DOJ).
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