Dr Jing Sun
Associate Editor: Jing Sun
Professor Jing Sun is Associate Professor of Medical Statistics and Epidemiology at School of Medicine,
Griffith University. She is also a president of Queensland Chinese Association of Scientists and Engineers, Australia. She has been leading and teaching post graduate health and medical statistics in Griffith’s health faculty since 2006, with over 2500 postgraduate students completed her quantitative research and statistics course. Jing leads large scale collaboration of Chronic Diseases/Mental Illness randomised controlled trials and cohort studies that led to advances in our understanding of prognosis treatment of patients with cardiovascular disease, diabetes and mental disorders in the era of effective lifestyle based rehabilitation and cognitive behavioural therapy. She has a longstanding interest in chronic disease prevention and intervention program development using tele-health approach and has recently developed a project using wearable technology to monitor chronic disease patients’ health. She has been invited by various international and Australia national conference as keynote speaker and chaired medicion component of Inaugural Australia-China Science and Technology conference and second conference held in Chongqing, China. She has authored over 195 papers in highly esteemed journals on various advanced data science based analytical methods, ranging from multi-level, meta-analysis to machine learning methods. Her other research interests include methodology for epidemiology and health services research and the epidemiology of COPD and maternal and preterm infants birth and development outcome research.