Dr. Cha-Hsuan Liu (劉家瑄) is a university lecturer at the Department of Interdisciplinary Social Science at Utrecht University. Her current given courses include Youth Study, Multicultural society and Health in society. Her research work mainly on Diversity sensitivity, Migration study, Health care provision, Health psychology and behaviours, but also on other interdisciplinary studies, such as Education and Innovation & Sciences. She has published articles, book chapters and books in the subjects related.
In 2011, she worked with a Taiwanese scholar and published three journal papers in Chinese to introduce Dutch Education System and brought discussions on its characteristics with the system of Taiwanese. During her previous assignment as a Senior Science and Technology Officer at Netherlands Trade and Investment Office in Taiwan (2015-2016) for Dutch Ministry of Economic Affairs, she received TV interviews and gave several public talks about Dutch Education and Health care. In January 2017, one of the Dutch main newspapers, NRC, have published a column article discussing the high education performance among Asian migrants based on an interview with her and a collection of stories of Asian migrants in the Netherlands.
She was granted her PhD degree in Social and behavioural science at Utrecht University (2014) and master degree of Health psychology at Leiden University, the Netherlands. Before that, she was awarded master degree of Healthcare administration (MHA) and has studied Medical technology in Taiwan. She is affiliated with the European Research Centre on Migration and Ethnic Relations (ERCOMER) and Inter-universitary Research School for Resource Studies for Development (CERES).