Graduate School of Public Health, Seoul National University; Ph.D. and M.S. of Public Health (Biostatistics and Epidemiology)
Department of Statistics, Sungkyunkwan University; B.S. of Statistics
My main research interests are the health impacts of climate change associated with urbanization and inequalities in the socioeconomic and environmental fields. Also, now I’m investigating interactive effects among sleep, environmental exposures, and health outcomes. Mental health, infectious disease, causality design, and advanced statistical modeling are also major issues for me.
Christian, married, and liberalist. Cat is my life. A big fan of Red Velvet, Renoir, Ravel, Blue bottle, and Shake Shack. My hobbies are cooking, walking, and reading. I love to travel.
- Grand prize, Research paper contest, Korean Society of Epidemiology (2016).
- Minister prize (Ministry of Health and Welfare), Research presentation, Korea Society of Epidemiology (2015).
Whanhee Lee; Seung-sik Hwang; Honghyok Kim; Hayon Michelle Choi; Yoonhee Kim; Michelle L. Bell; Ho Kim et al; “COVID-19 in South Korea: epidemiological and spatiotemporal patterns of the spread and the role of aggressive diagnostic tests in the early phase”, International Journal of Epidemiology (2020).
- Whanhee Lee; Ho Kim et al; “The Interactive Effect of Diurnal Temperature Range and Temperature on Mortality in 57 communities in Northeast Asia; a multi-country study”, Epidemiology (2019).
- Whanhee Lee; Ho Kim, and MCC collaborators, “Mortality burden of diurnal temperature range and its temporal changes: A multi-country study”, Environment International (2018).
- Whanhee Lee; Ho Kim; Sunghee Hwang; Antonella Zanobetti; Joel Schwartz; Yeonseung Chung , “Monte Carlo estimation for the minimum mortality temperature in temperature-mortality association study”, BMC Medical Research Methodology (2017).