My overarching research agenda focuses on bridging social issues (e.g., climate change, gender inequality) and theories (e.g., intersectionality) with quantitative research methodology to advance population health in cross-cultural and global contexts.
Graduate Student Opportunities
Applications for study at the MSc and PhD level are welcome. Please forward a copy of your resume and academic transcript to email@example.com if interested.
Lee E-Y, Khan A. Prevalence and clustering patterns of pro-environmental behaviors in Canadian households. Sustainability. 2020;12(19):8218.https://doi.org/10.3390/su12198218
Lee E-Y, Khan, A., Uddin, R., Lim E, George L, Six-year trends and intersectional correlates of meeting 24-Hour Movement Guidelines among 372,433 South Korean adolescents: Korea Youth Risk Behaviour Surveys 2013-2018. J Sport Health Sci. Accepted.
Zisis E, Hakimi S, Lee E-Y. A mini review of systematic reviews on climate change, movement behaviour, and health. Adv Clim Chang Res. Resubmitted.
Lee E-Y, Masuda J. The ‘freedom’ to pollute? An ecological analysis of capitalism, human-induced CO2 emissions, physical inactivity, and non-communicable disease mortality in 124 countries. Can J Public Health. Under review.
Lim H, Jung E, Jodoin K, Du O, Lee E–Y. A systematic scoping review and taxonomy of intersectionality approaches in sport and physical activity research. Pre-submission. Funded by SSHRC.
Uddin R, Lee E-Y, Khan SR, Tremblay MS, Khan A. Clustering of lifestyle risk factors for non-communicable diseases in 304,779 adolescents from 89 countries: A global perspective. Prev Med. 2019;17:105955.
Lee E-Y, Carson V, Jeon JY, Spence JC, Tremblay MS. Levels and correlates of 24-hour movement behaviors among South Koreans: Results from the KNHAESs, 2014-2015. J Sport Health Sci. 2019;8(4):376-85.
Lee E-Y, Myre M, Hwang J, Chun H, Seo E, Pabayo R, Spence JC. Body weight misperception and psychological distress among young South Korean adults: the role of physical activity. Global Health Res Policy. 2017;2(1):17.