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MyLinh Duong is a professor in the Department of Medicine at McMaster and a Respirologist at Hamilton Health Sciences. Her research interests include respiratory epidemiology, and understanding the environmental and social determinants of lung development and function. Her research in aging involves examining population-based data to address lung health over time, including respiratory diseases and symptom, socio-environmental determinants of lung function and the mechanisms linking lung function decline with co-morbidities. MyLinh is the respiratory lead investigator for the Population Health Research Institute where she is involved in various population-based studies, such as PURE, FAMILY and G-CHF. 


  • Master's Thesis, Clinical Epidemiology and Biostatistics, McMaster University 
  • Doctorate Equivalent, F.R.A.C.P, Australasian College of Physicians 
  • Medical Bachelor and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) - M.D., University of Adelaide
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