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3   癌症健康增进中心 家庭医学科(韩国门诊)


1   fatigue , Health management for cancer patient , Health checkup for cancer patient , Health promotion , Chronic disease management
2   Family Medicine , Health Promotion (Cancer Survivor) , Chronic fatigue , Personalized cancer information education
3   Health promotion after cancer treatment (secondary cancer screening, chronic disease management) , Cancer-related fatigue management , Weight management for cancer patient , Personalized cancer information education



Dr. Sang Min Park received his M.D. degrees from Seoul National University College of Medicine in 1999, and received his M.P.H. from School of Public Health, Seoul National University, Seoul, Korea in 2004. His mentor in M.P.H. degree was Professor Soonman Kwon, and he had been trained in epidemiologic simulation modeling and economic evaluation. Dr. Park received his Ph.D. degrees from Seoul National University College of Medicine from 2004-2006, and had been trained in cancer epidemiology to identify the risk factors of second primary cancer among cancer survivors by Professor Bong Yul Huh. He served as Director of the Department of Quality of Cancer Care at the Korean National Cancer Center from 2005-2007. He was a Takemi fellow at the Harvard School of Public Health, Boston, United States from 2007-2008, and he had two mentors. One was Professor Michael Reich in the area of international health, and the other was Professor Craig C. Earle in the area of epidemiologic simulation modeling of cancer and cost-economic analysis. During the Takemi fellowship program, he also had been trained in systemic review and meta-analysis. He joined Seoul National University College of Medicine as an Assistant Professor in April 2009, and has been appointed as a chief of department of Family Medicine since 2016. He is currently leading the health system data science lab at the Department of Biomedical Sciences, and is a vice director of Institute for Health and Unification Studies of Seoul National University (SNU). Professor Sang Min Park is specialized in health system data science using health big data and epidemiologic simulation modeling, and health promotion for vulnerable population such as cancer survivors, elderly and migrants. He is also specialized in explainable artificial intelligence (XAI) in medicine to interpret deep learning “black box” algorithms and to explore the social, theoretical, empirical, and causal perspectives of “explainability” in medical AI. He published more than 200 international peer-review papers, and his several recent outstanding papers are: 1) Association of Blood Pressure Classification in Korean Young Adults According to the 2017 American College of Cardiology/American Heart Association Guidelines With Subsequent Cardiovascular Disease Events (JAMA. 2018); 2) Explaining the Rationale of Deep Learning Glaucoma Decisions with Adversarial Examples. (Ophthalmology. 2020); 3) Association of Cardiovascular Mortality and Deep Learning-Funduscopic Atherosclerosis Score derived from Retinal Fundus Images. (Am J Ophthalmol. 2020); 4) Association of Obesity or Weight Change With Coronary Heart Disease Among Young Adults in South Korea (JAMA Intern Med. 2018); 5) Weight gain after smoking cessation does not modify its protective effect on myocardial infarction and stroke: evidence from a cohort study of men (European Heart Journal 2018); 6) Prediagnosis Body Mass Index and Risk of Secondary Primary Cancer in Male Cancer Survivors: A Large Cohort Study (J Clin Oncol, 2016).


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