Enying Gong is a public health researcher. Her current research focuses on improving population-level health outcomes in cardio-metabolic diseases through digital health and health service interventions. She has research experience in designing interventions, managing multi-country studies, performing quantitative and qualitative data analysis and conducting fieldwork in low- and middle-income countries.
Enying’s research interests also include implementation science, global health and health promotion. Enying received her master degree in global health from Duke University in US and dual bachelor degrees from Peking University in China. Before PhD study, she worked at the Global Health Research Center in Duke Kunshan University and interned at the World Health Organization.
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