环境与健康系

林楠/ 职称:副研究员

学历学位:博士 研究生

Email: linnan5945@sjtu.edu.cn

       

职称:副研究员

学历学位:博士/研究生

地址:上海市重庆南路280号西四楼715室

电话:021-63846590-776197

邮箱:linnan5945@sjtu.edu.cn

个人简介

林楠,副研究员,博士。先后于同济大学、北京大学获得学士和博士学位,并在美国密歇根大学安娜堡分校完成博士后研究工作。迄今,在Environ. Int.、Environ. Sci. Technol.等国际权威期刊共发表SCI文章三十余篇,总引用数一千余次,H指数(WoS)= 20。目前担任包括Journal of Environmental Exposure Assessment、Eco-Environment & Health等多个国内外学术期刊编委和青年编委,Environ. Sci. Technol.等国际学术期刊审稿人,以及包括国际环境与健康科学联盟(IEHSC)等多个国内外学术团体成员。2019年获得国际暴露科学学会(ISES)颁发的Travel Award。

研究兴趣

林楠博士的主要研究兴趣是基于环境介质以及人体生物标本检测,应用环境地理学、环境化学、流行病学、统计学等多学科研究方法,评估个体内外暴露水平和特征、研究健康效应,探索污染物从环境到人体以及在人体内的迁移转化过程,结合特定人群以及人群行为特征,筛查环境风险因素,控制污染与暴露。

教育工作经历

2020.9至今上海交通大学医学院,公共卫生学院,环境与健康系,助理研究员/副研究员

2017.8-2020.7美国密歇根大学安娜堡分校,公共卫生学院,博士后

2016.3-2016.6美国哥伦比亚大学,公共卫生学院,访问学者

2012.9-2017.7北京大学,城市与环境学院,博士

2008.9-2012.7同济大学,环境科学与工程学院,学士

学术兼职

·成员/中国区代表,国际环境与健康科学联盟(IEHSC)

·成员,中国队列共享平台(China Cohort Consortium, CCC)环境暴露与人群健康组

·成员,中国抗癌协会

·编委,Journal of Environmental Exposure Assessment

·青年编委,Eco-Environment & Health

·青年编委,《环境与职业医学》

·国际审稿人,Environmental Science & Technology, Environmental Research, Biomarkers, International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health,等

代表性科研项目

“Occupational Inhalation Exposure to and Health Risk of VOCs of Hotel Housekeepers” (2018 – 2019)

PI: Stuart Batterman, PhD½Co-PI: Marie-Anne Rosemberg, PhD, MN, RN; Nan Lin, PhD

U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) (T42 OH008455)

Role: Co-Principal Investigator

“Feminine Care Products and Exposure to Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs)” (2018 – 2019)

PI: Sung Kyun Park, PhD

U.S. National Institutes of Health (NIH) (P30ES017885)

Role: Co-Investigator

主要发表

Lin N, Du W, Wang J, Yun X, Chen L. The effect of COVID-19 restrictions on particulate matter on different modes of transport in China. Environmental Research, 2021: 112205.

Lin N, Kwarteng L, Godwin C, Warner S, Robins T, Arko-MensahJ, Fobil JN, Batterman S*. Airborne Volatile Organic Compounds at an E-Waste Site in Ghana: Source Apportionment, Exposure and Health Risks. Journal of Hazardous Materials, 2021, 419: 126353.

Lin N, Rosemberg MA, Li W, Meza-Wilson E, Godwin C, Batterman S*. Occupational exposure and health risks of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) of hotel housekeepers. Indoor Air, 2021, 31: 26-39.

Lin N, Ding N, Meza-Wilson E, Devasurendra AM, Godwin C, Park SK, Batterman S*. Volatile organic compounds in feminine hygiene products sold in the US market: A survey of products and health risks. Environment International, 2020, 144: 105740.

Lin N, Mu XL, Wang GL, Ren YA, Su S, Li ZW, Wang B, Tao S*. Accumulative effects of indoor air pollution exposure on leukocyte telomere length among non-smokers. Environmental Pollution, 2017, 227: 1-7.

Lin N, Mu XL, Wang GL, Ren YA, Tang DL, Wang B, Li ZW, Su S, Kan HD*, Tao S. A genetic susceptibility study of lung cancer risk induced by polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons inhalation exposure after matching the primary exposure factors. Biomedical and Environmental Sciences, 2017, 30(10): 772-776.

Lin N, Chen YC, Du W, Shen GF, Zhu X, Huang TB, Wang XL, Cheng HF, Liu JF, Xue CY, Liu GQ*, Zeng EY, Xing BS, Tao S*. Inhalation exposure and risk of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) among the rural population adopting wood gasifier stoves compared to different fuel-stove users. Atmospheric Environment, 2016, 147: 485-491.

Shen GF*, Chen YC, Du W, Lin N, Wang XL, Cheng HF, Liu JF, Xue CY, Liu GQ*, Zeng EY, Xing BS, Tao S*. Exposure and size distribution of nitrated and oxygenated polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons among the population using different household fuels. Environmental Pollution, 2016, 216: 935-942.

Shen GF, Chen YC, Xue CY, Lin N, Huang Y, Shen HZ, Wang YL, Li TC, Zhang YY, Su S, Huangfu YB, Zhang WH, Chen XF, Liu GQ*, Liu WX, Wang XL, Wong MH, Tao S*. Pollutant emissions from improved coal-and wood-fueled cookstoves in rural households. Environmental Science & Technology, 2015, 49(11): 6590-6598.

Zhang YY, Lin N, Su S, Shen GF, Chen YC, Yang CL, Li W, Shen HZ, Huang Y, Chen H, Wang XL, Liu WX, Tao S*. Freeze drying reduces the extractability of organochlorine pesticides in fish muscle tissue by microwave-assisted method. Environmental Pollution, 2014, 191: 250-252.


Nan Lin, PhD

Associate Professor, Department of Environmental Health

School of Public Health, Shanghai Jiao Tong University

Room 715, West No. 4 Building, 280 South Chongqing Rd, Shanghai, China 200025

Office: +86-021-63846590-776197

Email: linnan5945@sjtu.edu.cn

Biography

Dr. Lin is an associate professor in the Department of Environmental Health at Shanghai Jiao Tong University in China. She received her PhD at Peking University in China under the supervision of Prof. Shu Tao (Academician) and realized her post-doctorate at the University of Michigan in the US with Prof. Stuart Batterman. She was also a Travel Awardee of International Society of Exposure Science (ISES) in 2019 and a visiting scholar in Columbia University in 2016. She has published over 30 peer-reviewed scientific articles in international journals, including Environ. Int.Environ. Sci. Technol.J. Hazard. Mater.etc.

Research Interests

Dr. Lin’s research interests address environmental impact, human exposure and health risk assessment. Via using interdisciplinary research methods of environmental geography, environmental chemistry, epidemiology and statistics, she is interested in evaluating individual exposure levels and characteristics including both external and internal exposure, and deriving health risk. Her research also investigates pollutants transport and transformation in environment and human body, and screens risk factors among target population by addressing exposure and behavior characteristics to control pollution and exposure. Her research is applied to contemporary problems including ambient and indoor air quality, emerging pollutants, and occupational health.

Professional Experience

·Assistant/Associate Professor, Environmental Health, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Sep 2020 – Present

·Research/Postdoctoral Fellow, Environmental Health Sciences, University of Michigan, Aug 2017 – Jul 2020

·Visiting Scholar, Environmental Health Sciences, Columbia University, Mar 2016 – Jun 2016

·PhD, College of Urban and Environmental Sciences, Peking University, 2017

·B.S., College of Environmental Science and Engineering, Tongji University, 2012

Grants

“Per- and Poly-fluoroalkyl Substances (PFASs) Internal and External Exposure Characteristics among Elderly People in Eastern Coastal Zone” (2021-2022)

PI: Nan Lin, PhD

Open Research Fund of Key Laboratory of Coastal Environment and Resources of Zhejiang Province

Role: Principal Investigator

“Occupational Inhalation Exposure to and Health Risk of VOCs of Hotel Housekeepers” (2018 – 2019)

PI: Stuart Batterman, PhD

U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) (T42 OH008455)

Role: Co-Principal Investigator

“Feminine Care Products and Exposure to Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs)” (2018 – 2019)

PI: Sung Kyun Park, PhD

U.S. National Institutes of Health (NIH) (P30ES017885)

Role: Co-Investigator

Selected Publications

Lin N, Du W*, Wang J, Yun X, Chen L*. The effect of COVID-19 restrictions on particulate matter on different modes of transport in China. Environmental Research, 2021: 112205.

Lin N, Kwarteng L, Godwin C, Warner S, Robins T, Arko-MensahJ, Fobil JN, Batterman S*. Airborne Volatile Organic Compounds at an E-Waste Site in Ghana: Source Apportionment, Exposure and Health Risks. Journal of Hazardous Materials, 2021, 419: 126353.

Lin N, Rosemberg MA, Li W, Meza-Wilson E, Godwin C, Batterman S*. Occupational exposure and health risks of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) of hotel housekeepers. Indoor Air, 2021, 31: 26-39.

Lin N, Ding N, Meza-Wilson E, Devasurendra AM, Godwin C, Park SK, Batterman S*. Volatile organic compounds in feminine hygiene products sold in the US market: A survey of products and health risks. Environment International, 2020, 144: 105740.

Lin N, Mu XL, Wang GL, Ren YA, Su S, Li ZW, Wang B, Tao S*. Accumulative effects of indoor air pollution exposure on leukocyte telomere length among non-smokers. Environmental Pollution, 2017, 227: 1-7.

Lin N, Mu XL, Wang GL, Ren YA, Tang DL, Wang B, Li ZW, Su S, Kan HD*, Tao S. A genetic susceptibility study of lung cancer risk induced by polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons inhalation exposure after matching the primary exposure factors. Biomedical and Environmental Sciences, 2017, 30(10): 772-776.

Lin N, Chen YC, Du W, Shen GF, Zhu X, Huang TB, Wang XL, Cheng HF, Liu JF, Xue CY, Liu GQ*, Zeng EY, Xing BS, Tao S*. Inhalation exposure and risk of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) among the rural population adopting wood gasifier stoves compared to different fuel-stove users. Atmospheric Environment, 2016, 147: 485-491.

Shen GF*, Chen YC, Du W, Lin N, Wang XL, Cheng HF, Liu JF, Xue CY, Liu GQ*, Zeng EY, Xing BS, Tao S*. Exposure and size distribution of nitrated and oxygenated polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons among the population using different household fuels. Environmental Pollution, 2016, 216: 935-942.

Shen GF, Chen YC, Xue CY, Lin N, Huang Y, Shen HZ, Wang YL, Li TC, Zhang YY, Su S, Huangfu YB, Zhang WH, Chen XF, Liu GQ*, Liu WX, Wang XL, Wong MH, Tao S*. Pollutant emissions from improved coal-and wood-fueled cookstoves in rural households. Environmental Science & Technology, 2015, 49(11): 6590-6598.

Zhang YY, Lin N, Su S, Shen GF, Chen YC, Yang CL, Li W, Shen HZ, Huang Y, Chen H, Wang XL, Liu WX, Tao S*. Freeze drying reduces the extractability of organochlorine pesticides in fish muscle tissue by microwave-assisted method. Environmental Pollution, 2014, 191: 250-252.

Additional Information

·Member/China representative, International Environmental & Health Sciences Consortium (IEHSC)

·Member, China Cohort Consortium (CCC)

·Member, China Anti-Cancer Association

·Member, Indoor Environment and Health Branch, Chinese Society for Environmental Sciences

·Editorial Board Member,Journal of Environmental Exposure Assessment

·Early Career Board Member, Eco-Environment & Health, Journal of Environmental and Occupational Medicine (in Chinese)

·Reviewer of Environmental Science & TechnologyEnvironmental Researchetc.

       ·Travel Awardee, International Society of Exposure Science (ISES), 2019