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Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada
November 17, 2018

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Janet Jianti Yang

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Receptionist Assistant--Canada National Institute for the Blind Sep. 2014--Dec. 2014

Receive telephone, fax, copy

Direct customers to buy, simple transaction

Judge---Edmonton Historic Fair May 2007--May 2007

Being a judge to evaluate the grade 4-5 students’ projects


Master’s degree in Public Health Clinical Epidemiology Sep. 2006--Dec. 2009

Univ. of Alberta, Edmonton, AB Canada

Bachelor’s degree in Statistics

Univ. of Guelph, Guelph, ON, Canada May 2002--May 2005

Bachelor's degree in Clinical Medicine

Dalian, P.R.C Sep., 1986--Jul 1991



Familiar with statistical analysis to extract information in various fields including medicine, biology, agricultural science, business, and economics

Established method and design, gather and analyze data and evaluation outcomes

Practical experience with all aspects of epidemiological process including design, data entry, data analysis, result interpretation and report

Prepared and presented research findings at the Five Hills Health Region

Conducted independent research on Arctic Marine Invertebrates

Data Management

Ensured the confidentially and appropriate use of information collected from projects

Utilized multiple software tools for the collection, management and analysis of information, include SAS, STATA, SPSS, Arcgis, Anylogic and Microsoft Office software

Experience in collecting, verifying, analyzing, interpreting and reporting large-scale data sets

Project Management

Strong project management skills, demonstrated ability to lead a team and strong organization skills and time-management skills

Managed the scope of each project to control the project size, goals and requirement

Excellent organization, planning and problem solving abilities



Northern Inter-Tribal Health Authority Jan. 2015--July 2018

Report to the MHO and Partnerships on CD and STD diseases

Compile on HIV and Hepatitis C reports in partnerships

Plot the population and sexual transmitted diseases maps using ArcGIS

Report to the Ministry of Health on influenza and compile influenza report

Analyze the Tobacco survey and other surveys and Community Harm Reduction Inventory project

Direct MPH students

Research Assistant April. 2013--Dec. 2013

Department of Geography & Planning, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatchewan

Compile data sets of Arctic marine invertebrates and related environmental variables from information provided by the research supervisor

Undertake a literature review of current research in polar marine biology as directed by the research supervisor; organize information into a bibliography

Undertake appropriate multivariate statistical analysis of ecological data using SPSS, graphically display data outputs, and interpret data outputs

Participate in the preparation of manuscripts for peer-reviewed journals

Epidemiologist/Biostatistician March 2010 May 2011

Five Hills Health Region, Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan

2010 FHHR environmental scan using CCHS, CIHI and Saskatchewan MoH data

Using geographic information system (ArcGIS) to plot adults and seniors survey data and delinquent immunization kids in FHHR and Moose Jaw and population distribution in FHHR.

Analyses of adults and seniors survey data, teen wellness and awareness project and the Five Hills Health Region for motion school project data, teen pregnancies, needle exchange project and child and youth need assessment project using STATA

Be Responsible for weekly report to the CDC in Regina about ILI cases from FHHR

Literature review on car accidents in Saskatchewan

Biostatistician April 2008--Sep. 2008

Cross Cancer Institute, Edmonton, Alberta

Literature review on multiple myeloma

Collected data from patient charts

Survival analysis using SAS

Wrote two reports

Library Assistant May 2002-- May 2005

University of Guelph, Guelph, Ontario

Catalogued material following library indexing guideline

Answer questions from students


Travelling from North America and Europe




Patterns of Survival in Multiple Myeloma: A Population-Based Study in Patterns Diagnosed in Alberta from 1976 to 2006 was accepted by the 2009 Canadian Society of Epidemiology and Biostatistics' National Student Conference and has been published on Chronic Diseases in Canada Volume 30, No. 2, March 2012


Dr. Mark Vooght Dr. Grace Hayward Prof. Spoar Ivadel Johns

Public Health Officer Professor Professor Teacher

Five Hills Health Region Univ. of Regina Univ. of Guelph Erindale Alliance Church


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