Associate Professor

Email: fy_575@sjtu.edu.cn

Phone: 86- 21-63846590-776965

Research Interests: Environmental exposure and health effects


  • 1999-2004, Ph.D in Pathophysiology, West China Medical Center of Sichuan University, China

  • 1990-1995, Bachelor of Medicine, Beijing Medical University, China

Professional Experience

  • 2006-present, Lecturer/Associate Professor in Shanghai Jiao Tong University School of Medicine

  • 2009-2011, Postdoctoral Research Associate in the Department of Pulmonary Immunology, UT tyler, USA

  • 2004-2006, Postdoctoral fellow in Department of Immunology, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China

  • 1995-1999, Health doctor, Center for Disease Control and Prevention, Bei Hai, Guang Xi, China

Research Interests

  • Regulation of environmental endocrine disruptors (EEDs) on immune and endocrine system

  • Adverse effects of environmental endocrine disruptors (EEDs) on female fertility and fecundity

Selected Publications

  • Cheng W, Li X, Zhou Y, Yu H, Xie Y, Guo H, Wang H, Li Y, Feng Y, Wang Y. Polystyrene microplastics induce hepatotoxicity and disrupt lipid metabolism in the liver organoids. Sci Total Environ, 2021, 806(Pt 1):150328.

  • Luo F, Guo H, Yu H, Li Y, Feng Y, Wang Y. PM2.5 organic extract mediates inflammation through the ERβ pathway to contribute to lung carcinogenesis in vitro and vivo. Chemosphere, 2021, 263:127867.

  • Liang F, Huo X, Wang W, Li Y, Zhang J, Feng Y, Wang Y. Association of bisphenol A or bisphenol S exposure with oxidative stress and immune disturbance among unexplained recurrent spontaneous abortion women. Chemosphere, 2020, 257:127035.

  • Wang W, Zhou W, Wu S, Liang F, Li Y, Zhang J, Cui L, Feng Y, Wang Y. Perfluoroalkyl substances exposure and risk of polycystic ovarian syndrome related infertility in Chinese women. Environ Pollut, 2019, 247:824-831

  • Wei H, Liang F, Cheng W, Zhou R, Wu X, Feng Y, Wang Y. The mechanisms for lung cancer risk of PM2.5: Induction of epithelial-mesenchymal transition and cancer stem cell properties in human non-small cell lung cancer cells. Environ Toxicol, 2017, 32(11):2341-2351.

  • Feng Y, Zeng W, Wang Y, Shen H, Wang Y. Long-term exposure to high levels of decabrominated diphenyl ether inhibits CD4 T-cell functions in C57Bl/6 mice. Long-term exposure to high levels of decabrominated diphenyl ether inhibits CD4 T-cell functions in C57BL/6 mice. J Appl Toxicol, 2016, 36(9): 1112-1119