Jianghong Liu, PhD, RN, FAAN
CPHI Senior Fellow
Title: Associate Professor, School of Nursing
Public Health Interests:
Environmental toxicant, lead exposure, tobacco smoke, aggression, violence
Current Public-Health Related Activities:
My research directly involves public health concerns using population based epidemiology approaches to address children and adolescents mental health and behavioral outcomes.A particular area of work I focus on is understanding of how environmental toxicants’ exposure affects children’s and adolescents’ neurocognition and behavior. I’m currently a PI of the NIEHS funded (R01) China Jintan Cohort Study. I’m currently a member of the Center of Excellence in Environmental Toxicology. I teach Environmental Toxicology: Risk Assessment and Health Effects at the School of Nursing.
Liu, J., Liu X., Pak V., Wang Y., Yan C., Pinto-Martin J., & Dinges D. (2015). Early blood lead levels and sleep disturbance in preadolescence. Sleep 38(12) 1869-1874, PMID: 26194570.
Liu, J., Cao, S., Chen, Z., Raine, A., Hanlon, A., Ai, Y., Zhou, G., Yan, C., Leung, P., McCauley, L., & Pinto-Martin, J. (2015). Cohort profile update: The China Jintan child cohort study. International Journal of Epidemiology, [Epub ahead of print], 1-13. (PMID: 26323725). doi:10.1093/ije/dyv119
Liu, J., Liu, X., Wang, W., McCauley, L., Pinto-Martin, J., Wang, Y., Li, L., Yan, C., & Rogan, W.J. (2014). Blood Lead Levels and Children's Behavioral and Emotional Problems: A Cohort Study. JAMA Pediatrics, 168(8), 737-745.
Liu, J., Leung, P.W., McCauley, L., Ai, Y., & Pinto-Martin, J. (2013). Mother's environmental tobacco smoke exposure during pregnancy and externalizing behavior problems in children. NeuroToxicology, 34, 167-174.