PSNews - Associate Professor Tran Xuan Bach, a lecturer at Hanoi Medical University, who was the youngest Associate Professor in Vietnam in 2016, has recently been appointed by Johns Hopkins University, US as its professor.
With this appointment, Associate Professor. Dr. Tran Xuan Bach, aged 35, has become the youngest Professor in recent decades of Johns Hopkins University, US, the world's leading university in public health.
Associate Professor Tran Xuan Bach, born in 1984, is an alumnus of the University of Natural Science (Hanoi National University), majoring in Mathematics-Informatics but now a lecturer at Hanoi Medical University.
In 2009, Tran Xuan Bach took his Doctoral degree at the University of Alberta (Canada), majoring in Health Economics and Health Policy. With an average score of 4.0 / 4.0, he graduated at the excellence grade and won an award for the best doctoral research at the INSIGHT Public Health Science Conference of the University of Alberta.
After that, he took the postdoctoral course at the world's leading university of Public Health - Johns Hopkins (USA).
According to Johns Hopkins University, Tran Xuan Bach has extensive experience in advising UN agencies, international organizations and governments on global health and development issues in Southeast Asia.
Currently, Associate Professor Tran Xuan Bach is Deputy Head of the Faculty of Health Economics at Hanoi Medical University. He is also Vice Chairman of the Vietnam Young Doctors’ Association and one of the youngest professors in Vietnam at the moment.By An Nhien