Dr Owen Yang
Owen Yang has trained as a paediatrician at the National Taiwan University and NTU Hospital. He then completed DPhil in Education at the University of Oxford in 2009 before he joined the Cancer Epidemiology Unit. He is an epidemiologist in the unit, working primarily on the Million Women Study. Owen’s current research focuses on long-term health impacts of childhood exposure. He is especially interested in complex exposures such as growth, diet and infections.
Specific and Non-specific Clinical Presentations in the Year Before the Diagnosis of Childhood Leukaemia.
Yang TO. et al, (2016), Pediatric Blood & Cancer, 63, 1387 - 1393
Diagnostic uncertainty of herpangina and hand-foot-and-mouth disease and its impact on national enterovirus syndromic monitoring.
Yang TO. et al, (2016), Epidemiol Infect, 144, 1512 - 1519
Body size in early life and risk of lymphoid malignancies and histological subtypes in adulthood.
Yang TO. et al, (2016), International journal of cancer, 139, 42 - 49
Obesity in children: bariatric surgery
Canoy D. and Yang TYO., (2015), Clinical Evidence
Endometrial cancer and oral contraceptives: an individual participant meta-analysis of 27 276 women with endometrial cancer from 36 epidemiological studies
Allen N. et al, (2015), LANCET ONCOLOGY, 16, 1061 - 1070