Associate Professor Yuming Guo

Yuming GuoMD, MMED, PhD
Associate Professor
NHMRC Career Development Fellow

Phone: +61 3 990 56100
Email: Yuming.Guo@monash.edu

Dr Yuming Guo is an associate professor of Environmental Epidemiology and Biostatistics in the Department of Epidemiology and Preventive Medicine at School of Public Health and Preventive Medicine, Monash University. He is supported by an NHMRC Career Development Fellowship. Dr Guo was awarded Bachelor of Medicine (2001-2006), Master of Medicine (2006-2009), and PhD (2010-2012) from Hebei Medical University, Peking University, and Queensland University of Technology, respectively. Before moving to to Monash University in March 2017, Dr Guo held appointments at the University of Queensland, Queensland University of Technology, and Peking University. His research group focuses on environmental epidemiology, biostatistics, global environmental change, air pollution, climate change, remote sensing modelling, and infectious disease modelling. Dr Guo has developed/participated in several large international collaborations to assess the impacts of air pollution and climate change on human health. His research is primarily supported by the National Health and Medical Research Council, Australian Research Council, and China Natural Science Foundation.

Dr Guo is appointed an adjunct professor by the University of Oulu (Finland), Jinan University (Guangzhou), and Chongqing Medical University, and adjunct associate professor by the University of Queensland. He was a visiting fellow of London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine supported by the Leverhulme Trust. Yuming has published extensively (over 100 high quality papers in the last 5 years) in prestigious international journals including the highest-ranked journals (Lancet and BMJ). His work was awarded the Best Environmental Paper by International Society of Environmental Epidemiology and he is awarded Best Young Scientist by the Lancet-CAMS Committee. Dr Guo is a member of Think Tank for Climate Change and Human Health in Australia. He sits in many research grant review committees and editorial board of Environmental Health Perspectives and PeerJ.