Dr MyLinh Duong is a Respirologist at Hamilton Health Sciences, Department of Medicine and an associate professor of McMaster University. She obtained her medical degree, specialist and sub-specialist training in Internal Medicine, Sleep Medicine and Respiratory Medicine at the University of Adelaide, Australia. This was followed by a research fellowship in the areas of airway inflammation, asthma and COPD at the Firestone Clinic and McMaster University, Canada, where she obtained a Master’ degree in Health Research Methodology and Epidemiology. Dr. Duong’s research interests include respiratory epidemiology, and understanding the environmental and social determinants of lung development and lung function. She is the respiratory lead for a number of population-based studies including PURE, FAMILY and G-CHF.
- Respiratory epidemiology
- Understanding the environmental and social determinants of lung development and lung function