Dr. Henry Oh has several titles in his career, including: Respiratory Therapist, Medical Technologist, Specialist in Neonatal Pediatrics, Biologist, Scientist, PhD, Department Chair and Clinical Professor of Health Occupations at Idaho State University.
In 2018, he received the title of Honorary Doctor of Humanities (D.Hum) from the International Institute of Leaders. He was also recognized as an Outstanding Entrepreneur in Medicine and Allied Science in 2017 by the Asia Pacific Excellence Awards.
In 2013, he was elected the Master of Honor Professor of the Kappa Delta Pi International Society in Education. He is a member of the Association of Clinical Scientists and the Royal Society of Biology in the UK. He is also part of the Asia-Pacific Respiratory Society.
He was recently recognized as Professor of the Year in Health Sciences in the United States by the Association of Clinical Scientists. He is the past president of the Lambda Beta Society, a national honor society for respiratory therapists in the United States, and is also vice president of the Utah State Society of American Medical Technologists.
Dr. Henry Oh recently assumed a leadership position as president of the Lambda Beta Society, which is a national honor society for respiratory therapy in the United States. He was also awarded the Outstanding Merit Award from American Medical Technologists, Inc.