Department of Public Health Sciences

Lu Shi, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor in Public Health Sciences      

Lu Shi bio pic
EMAIL:
lus@clemson.edu
OFFICE: (864) 656-0495

LOCATION:
525 Edwards Hall

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EDUCATION:
Ph.D. - F.S. Pardee RAND Graduate School
M.A. - Syracuse University
B.A. - Peking University

RESEARCH INTERESTS:

Simulation and modeling; Empirical methods; Behavioral and cognitive economics; Health economics; Population Health; Health Disparities.

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS:

  • Shi, L., Meijgaard, J.V., and Fielding JE. Long-term effects of health factor modification in Milwaukee County (accepted by Journal of Public Health Management and Practice)
  • Meijgaard Jeroen, Shi Lu, Simon Paul. Trends in Recreational Computer Use among Latino Children in California Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health. 2012:1-5. 
  • Zhou, H., Shi, L., Mao, Y. and Zeng, Y. Diffusion of new technology,†health services and information after crisis: A focus group study of the Sichuan "5.12" Earthquake. (accepted by International Journal of Health Planning and Management) 
  • Shi, L., An, R., and Meijgaard, J.V. Cigarette smoking and abdominal obesity: A meta-analysis. (accepted by Journal of Substance Use)
  • Shi L, Kanouse D, Baldwin S, Kim J. Perceptions of HIV/AIDS in One's Community Predict HIV Testing AIDS and Behavior. 2012:1-8. 
  • Wang R, Shi L. Access to food outlets and children's nutritional intake in urban China: a difference-in-difference analysis.  Italian Journal of Pediatrics. 2012;38:30.
  • Shi L., Meijgaard J., Simon P. The association between acculturation and recreational computer use among Latino adolescents in California Pediatric Obesity. 2012;7:E33-E36.
  • Shi L, Tian H, McCarthy W, Berman B, Wu S, Boer R. Exploring the uncertainties of early detection results: model-based interpretation of mayo lung project BMC Cancer. 2011;11:92+. 
  • Shi L, van Meijgaard J, Fielding J. Forecasting diabetes prevalence in California: a microsimulation. Preventing Chronic Diseases 2011;8(4):A80. http://www.cdc.gov/pcd/issues/2011/jul/10_0177.htm. 
  • Shi L. The Association between the Availability of Sugar-Sweetened Beverage in School Vending Machines and Its Consumption among Adolescents in California: A Propensity Score Matching Approach. Journal of Environmental and Public Health. 2010 
COURSES:
  • Research and Evaluation Methods
  • Healthcare Operations Management Researchnt

PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITY:

  • Member of China Health Policy and Management Society
  • Section editor of China Health Review