Tung-Sung Tseng, MS, DrPH, is an Assistant Professor at the LSU School of Public Health. He holds a masters’ degree in Health Policy and Health Behavior from the National Taiwan University, Taipei and a doctorate in Public Health from Tulane University. From 2006 through 2008, he completed a National Cancer Institute (NCI)-sponsored training program and fellowship for the Morehouse School of Medicine, Tuskegee University, and the University of Alabama Comprehensive Cancer Center Partnership. At the University of Alabama, his research included collaborating with Dr. Mona Fouad, Director of the prestigious Minority Health & Health Disparities Research Center in Birmingham, to develop predictors of colorectal cancer knowledge and screening in the Deep South. At LSU, he is an active member of the Tobacco Control Initiative (TCI), a multi-disciplinary program the specializes in helping tobacco users quit, in party by offering free or low-cost tobacco treatment services to all Louisiana public hospital patients, employees, and the communities they serve. A Certified Health Education Specialist, his research interests include community-based participatory research, health promotion interventions and evaluations, tobacco control, risk behavioral patterns, health disparities and cancer prevention among ethnic minorities and underserved populations.