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Lin, Tser-sheng Details


Tser-Sheng Lin, Ph.D.

Professor,Environmental Health Sciences

Contact Information
Department of Safety,Health and Environmental Engineering
College of Science and Engineering
National United University
A2-204, 2 Lien Da Rd
Miaoli City, Taiwan, 360
Phone: 037-382264
Email: tslin@nuu.edu.tw

Research Interests

My research and teaching interests primarily address broad topics in environmental health sciences. The current studies have been emphasizing on (1) estimation of health risk owing to undesired exposure to chemicals, (2) the fate and transport of chemicals in the multimedia environment; especially, on chemical speciation; (3) the transformation of chemicals in the environment which includes how a non-harmful species turns to a toxin as well as the intoxication processes, (4) sampling and analysis of organic compounds released because of anthropogenic activities. My works comprise laboratory and field studies that include method development in the lab and its application in field as well as the theoretical simulation, thus, the environmental fate and process of chemicals can be understood; therefore, their potential health risk can be estimated and properly managed.


Ph.D. (Environmental Health Sciences), The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, 1997
MPH, National Taiwan University, 1992

Professional Affiliations

Editorial Board, Global Health Perspectives, 2013 ~
Member, Taiwan Public Health Association
Member, Occupational Hygiene Association of Taiwan
Member, Chinese Environmental Analytical Society
Visiting Scholar, The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, 2011, 5 ~ 2011, 8

Recent Selected Peer Reviewed Paper

Chung-Saint Lin, Tser-Sheng Lin, Din-Yuan Yu, Yi-Cheng Su & Yung-Hsiang Tsai (2016) Identification of Vibrio parahaemolyticus in Seafood by Multiplex PCR. Journal of Aquatic Food Product Technology, DOI: 10.1080/10498850.2015.1056864. (SCI)

Cheng-Ping Chang, Tser-Sheng Lin, Yu-Wen Lin, Yi-Chun Hua, Wei-Ming Chu, Tzu-Yu Lin, Yi-Wen Lin and Jyun-De Wu (2016) Comparison between Thermal Desorption Tubes and Stainless Steel Canisters Used for Measuring Volatile Organic Compounds in Petrochemical Factories. Annals of Occupational Hygiene, 60 (3): 348-360. (SCI)

Tzu-Ting Yang, Shaw-Tao Lin, Tser-Sheng Lin, Hua-Yi Chung (2014) Characterization of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbon Emissions in the Particulate and Gas Phase from Smoldering Mosquito Coils Containing Various Atomic Hydrogen/Carbon Ratios. Science of the Total Environment. 506–507: 391–400. (SCI)

Tser-Sheng Lin, Chin-Ching Wu, Jyun-De Wu, Chun-Han Wei (2012) Oxidative DNA damage estimated by urinary 8-hydroxy-20-deoxyguanosine and arsenic in glass production workers. Toxicology and Industrial Health 28: 513-521. (SCI)

Jerome Nriagu, Tser-Sheng Lin, Debendranath Guha Mazumder, Debashis Chatteriee (2012) E-cadherin Polymorphisms and Susceptibility to Arsenic-related Skin Lesions in West Bengal, India. Sc.i Total Environ. 420: 65-72. (SCI)

T.T. Yang, S.T. Lin, Tser-Sheng Lin, W.L. Hong (2012) Characterization of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbon in the Particulate Phase from Burning Incenses with Various Atomic Hydrogen/Carbon Ratios. Sci. Total Environ. 414:335-342. (SCI)

C.C. Wu, Tser-Sheng Lin, T.T. Yang, Y. L. Yan, H.W. Hsu, C. L. Chang, C. H. Huang, W.Y. Lin (2012) Seasonal Variation and Health Risk Assessment of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons in Miaoli City, Taiwan. Bull. Environ. Contam. Toxicol. 88(3):433-437. (SCI)

T.T. Yang, Tser-Sheng Lin, J.J. Wu, F.J. Jhuang (2012) Characteristics of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbon Emissions of Particles of Various Sizes from Smoldering Incense. Bull. Environ. Contam. Toxicol. 88(2):271-276. (SCI)

Tser-Sheng Lin, Chin-Ching Wu (2011) Internal Exposure to Trace Elements in Non-Smoking Residents Living in a Northern Taiwan Industrial City. Biological Trace Element Research. 144:36-48. (SCI)

Jiang-Gong Liu, Tser-Sheng Lin, Wun-Yuan Lin (2010) Evaluating the growth of Listeria monocytogenes that has been inoculated into tofu containing background microflora. Food Control 21:1764-1768. (SCI)


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