Dr Edgar Huang
Associate Professor, Media Arts and Science
School of informatics and Computing
Indiana University- Indianapolis, USA
Edgar Huang, Ph.D., MFA, is an Associate Professor at the School of Informatics and Computing, an Adjunct Professor, at the School of Journalism, a President, School of Informatics and Computing Faculty Council and a President at the Asian-Pacific American Faculty and Staff Council (APAFSC) (http://apafsc.iupui.edu/), in Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis. He received his Ph.D. degree in Mass Communication from Indiana University in 1999; M.F.A. degree in Visual Arts from University of California, San Diego, in 1995. He has taught media convergence, video production and editing, photojournalism, photography, online video delivery, Web publishing, graphic and layout design, research methods, computer-assisted reporting and news writing courses at IUPUI, University of South Florida St. Petersburg, Northern Illinois University, Indiana University, University of California, San Diego, and Institute of International Relations. Huang started his college teaching career in 1984.
Dr. Huang is an established researcher. He pioneered the healthcare new media marketing research area in 2009 and has published heavily ever since. His journal articles about interactive e-health tools, healthcare videos, teaching new media, youth news consumption behaviors, media convergence, streaming technology, documentary and postmodern photography, photography, digital imaging, and the Internet and national development. His articles can be seen in :International Journal of Healthcare Management, Journal of Communication in Healthcare, Journal of Medical Marketing, Health Marketing Quarterly, International Journal of Pharmaceutical and Healthcare Marketing, e-Service, Convergence, Journalism and Communication Monographs, Newspaper Research Journal, Visual Communication Quarterly, Information Technology for Development, etc.