My research focuses on 1) cardio-metabolic impacts of exposures from environment (such as toxic metals and air pollution) and work (such as job-related stress seen in commercial vehicle drivers); 2) Safety and medical managements of radiation exposure; and 3) Metal metabolism and gene-metal interactions.
- M.D., , Xuzhou Medical College, Xuzhou, China,
- M.P.H., , University of Pittsburgh,
- M.S., , Beijing University of Chinese Medicine,
Research Interests & Projects
- Gene-environment interactions and non interventional assessment of lead exposure with K X-ray instrument.
- Zhang, A., Hu, H., Sánchez, B.N., Ettinger, A.S., Park, S.K., Cantonwine, D., Schnaas, L., Wright, R.O., Lamadrid-Figueroa, H., Martha, Tellez-Rojo, M. (2012). Association between Prenatal Lead Exposure and Blood Pressure in Female Offspring. Environmental Health Perspectives 445-50.
- Leiba, A., Hu, H., Zhang, A., Kales, S.N. (2010). A safe strategy to decrease fetal lead exposure in a woman with chronic intoxication. Journal of Maternal-Fetal and Neonatal Medicine 932-4.
- Zhang, A., Park, S.K., Wright, R.O., Weisskopf, M.D., Mukherjee, B., Nie, Sparrow, D., Hu, H. (2010). The HFE H63D polymorphism as a modifier of the impact of cumulative lead exposure on pulse pressure: the Normative Aging Study. Environmental Health Perspectives 1261-6.
- Kuniak, M., Azizova, T., Day, R., Wald, N., Suyama, J., Zhang, A., Sumina, M.V., Pesternikova, V.S., Vasilenko, E., Soaita, A., Slaughter, D.M. (2008). The Radiation injury severity classification system: an early injury assessment tool for the frontline health-care provider. The British Journal of Radiology 232-43.
- Azizova, T.V., Osovets, S.V., Day, R.D., Druzhinina, M.B., Sumina, M.V., Pesternikova V.S., Teplyakov I.I., Zhang, A., Kuniak, M., Vasilenko, E.K., Wald, N., Slaughter, D.M., Okladnikova, N.D., Schall, L.C. (2008). Predictability of acute radiation injury severity. Health Physics 255-63.
- American College of Occupational & Environmental Medicine
- Michigan Occupational and Environmental Medicine Association