B.S., Pharmacy, Taipei Medical College, Taipei, Taiwan.
M.S., Pharmaceutical Sciences, North Dakota State University, Fargo, ND.
Ph.D., Biochemistry, North Dakota State University, Fargo, ND.
Fellowship, Clinical Chemistry, University of Maryland, Baltimore.
Diplomate, American Board of Clinical Chemistry
Application of statistics in laboratory medicine, particularly in quality control protocol, method/instrument evaluation and methods of determination of detection limit for qualitative assays. Application of tandem mass spectrometry in the clinical laboratory analysis. Biochemical markers of cardiac injury. Modeling of biochemical marker release for assessment of tissue injury.
Clinical chemistry/Laboratory medicine
Lab Techniques and Equipment:
Tandem Mass Spectrometry for quantification of small molecules Automated Chenistry analyzer Automated Immunoassay analyzer VIS/UV spectrophotometer
Christenson, R.H., Ohman, E.M., Topol E.J., Peck, S., Newby, L.K., Duh, S.-H., Kereiakes, D.J., Worley, S.J., Alonsozana, G.L., Wall, T.C., and Califf, R.M., for the TAMI-7 Study Group, "Assessment of coronary reperfusion After thrombolysis with a model combining myoglobin, creatine kinase-MB, and clinical variables," Circulation, 1997 96(6), 1776-1782.
Azzazy HM, Duh SH, et al., "Multicenter study of Abbott AxSym Digoxin II assay and comparison with 6 methods for susceptibility to digoxin-like immunoreactive factors." Clinical Chemistry. 43(9):1635-40, 1997
Magder LS. Sloan MA. Duh SH. Abate JF. Kittner SJ. "Utilization of multiple imperfect assessments of the dependent variable in a logistic regresion analysis.", Statistics in Medicine. 19(1):99-111, 2000
Christenson, R.H., Duh, S.H., Roe, M.T., and Ohman, E.M. “Modeling biochemical marker release: Inclusion of the falloff constant (Kf) for determining outcomes and discriminating therapies. Cardio Tox. 1: 171-176, 2001
Robert H. Christenson, Show Hong Duh, Fred S. Apple, Geza S. Bodor, David M. Bunk, Mauro Panteghini, Michael J. Welch, Alan H.B. Wu, and Stephen E. Kahn for the American Association for Clinical Chemistry Cardiac Troponin I Standardization Committee "Toward Standardization of Cardiac Troponin I Measurements Part II: Assessing Commutability of Candidate Reference Materials and Harmonization of Cardiac Troponin I Assays" Clin. Chem., 52: 1685-1692, 2006