Professor Henry Oh

Honorary Regional Director (North America), QAHE

Dr. Henry Oh has a distinguished career in the fields of clinical science, education, and business. He has earned multiple credentials that include registered respiratory therapist, certified medical laboratory scientist, certified neonatal pediatric specialist, chartered biologist and chartered scientist in U.K., certified doctorate fellow in business management. He has a PhD in Leadership, MBA, and Postgraduate Studies in Clinical Biochemistry.

Professor Henry Oh received several national and international awards including U.S. Professor of the Year Award in Health Sciences in 2020, Master Teacher of Honor in 2013 from Kappa Delta Pi (KDP) International Honor Society in Education, Outstanding Achiever for Medicine and Allied Sciences in 2017, Asia Pacific Excellence Awards; Editor of the Year Award in 2014, Exceptional Merit Award in 2019, and First Place in Journal Publications Editing from the American Medical Technologists. He achieved Fellowship status with the Association of Clinical Scientists, Royal Society of Biology in UK, and the American Association for Respiratory Care.

Professor Oh was invited as a guest speaker on “Advancing Medical Technology Education through Innovative Strategies in Clinical Education” by the University of Santo Tomas Faculty of Pharmacy, Department of Medical Technology, Nov. 2022. He traveled to South America, April 2022 to present at the International Congress of Nursing, Biochemistry and Pharmacy, Universidad de Aquino Bolivia. He presented his topic on “Respiratory Pathology of Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome.” at the National Conference of the Association of Clinical Scientists, May 2022.

Some of his publications include: “Addressing Polarized Viewpoints in a Diversity of Expertise and Experience,” American College of Education, 2023, “Christian Values and Ethics in Business,” Extraordinary People’s Award Magazine, 2023. “Respiratory Pathology of Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome,” Annals of Clinical and Laboratory Medicine, Vol. 52, #3, May-June 2022; “A Clinically Oriented Approach to Anatomy and Physiology” textbook, Kendall Hunt Publishing, 2021.