Seul Ki Choi, PhD, MPH
Seul Ki was a doctoral student in Department of Health Behavior, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and graduated in 2019. In 2012, she received her Bachelor degree in Health Behavior from the Ewha Womans University located in South Korea, and she received her Master of Public Health in Biostatistics from the Indiana University Bloomington in 2014.
During her Master’s degree study, Seul Ki worked as a research assistant and intern for Study Design and Data Analysis Consulting Center, School of Public Health, Indiana University, where she analyzed the relationship between colon cancer patients’ consumption of Vitamin D and their quality of life. This was a longitudinal data study with three time periods that uses the generalized estimating equations (GEE) model. After she entered University of North Carolina, she worked on the project analyzing the effect of parents’ alcohol susceptibility on children’ alcohol susceptibility using MANOVA and mediation analysis for a year. She joined BATLAB in the 2015 summer.
Seul Ki’s research interests include the following: (1) The effect of psychosocial determinants on health behavior. (2) Indirect effect of psychosocial determinants on health behavior.