Qiaoyun Yang Lecturer

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Qiaoyun Yang Associate professor

Department of Occupational health and environmental health


Email  yangqiaoyun@tmu.edu.cn



Research direction

Environmental pollution (POPs and EDCs) and human health



B.D    Nankai University, Tianjin, China, 2009

Ph.D.   Peking University, Beijing, China, 2014


Professional Experience

2021-        Associate Professor, Department of occupational health and environmental health, Tianjin Medical University, Tianjin, China

2014-2020  Instructor, Department of occupational health and environmental health, Tianjin Medical University, Tianjin, China



  1. National Natural Science Foundation of China for Youths: Mechanism of Igf2/H19 DNA methylation in ER-positive breast cancer with novel brominated flame retardants (NBFRs) exposure. 2018/1-2020/12. 81703192. (Project leader)

  2. Tianjin Municipal Natural Science Foundation for Young Scholars: Organophosphate ester flame retardants in the atmosphere of Tianjin area: the distribution, sources and risk assessment. 2017/4-2020/3. 17JCQNJC10300. (Project leader)

  3. Open Foundation of State Key Joint Laboratory of Environmental Stimulation and Pollution Control: Atmospheric exposure to organophosphate ester flame retardants in Tianjin area and the effects on birth defects. 2016/4-2017/4. 16K03ESPCP. (Project leader)

  4. Asian Development Bank: Mainstreaming urban climate change adaptation in the People’s Republic of China. ADB Technical Assistance (49318). 2018-2019. $50. (Expert consult)

  5. National Natural Science Foundation of China. 81573115. 2016/1-2019/12. (6th participant)

  6. National Natural Science Foundation of China. 81973002. 2020/01-2023/12. (3th participant)




  1. Q Yang#, X Guo#, Y Chen, W Zhang, J Ren, J Wang, N Tang*, A Gao*. Blood Levels of Perfluoroalkyl Substances (PFASs), Elements and Their Associations with Metabolic Syndrome (MetS) in Chinese Male Adults Mediated by Metabolic-related Risk Factors. The Science of the Total Environment. 2020, 742, 140595.

  2. Y Liang#, H Wang#, Q Yang*, S Cao, C Yan, L Zhang, N Tang. Spatial Distribution and Seasonal Variation of Atmospheric Organophosphate Esters (OPEs) in Tianjin, China: based on a Gridded Field Observation. Environmental Pollution. 2020, 263 (Pat B): 114460.

  3. Q Yang#, Y Bai#, G Qin, R Jia, W Zhu, D Zhang, Z Fang*. Inhibition of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons (PAHs) and Hydroxy-PAHs (OH-PAHs) towards UDP-glucuronosyltransferases (UGTs). Environmental Pollution. 2020. 263 (Pat B), 114521.

  4. X Guo#, Q Yang#, W Zhang, Y Chen, J Ren, A Gao*. Associations of blood levels of trace elements and heavy metals with metabolic syndrome in Chinese male adults with microRNA as mediators involved, Environmental Pollution. 2019, 248: 66-73.

  5. Q Yang#, X Guo#, P Sun, Y Chen, W Zhang, A Gao*. Associations of Serum Levels of Perfluoroalkyl Substances (PFASs) and Metabolic Syndrome (MetS) in Chinese Male Adults: A Cross-sectional Study. Science of the Total Environment. 2018, 621: 1542-1549.

  6. Q Yang#, Y Zhao#, X Qiu*, C Zhang, R Li, J Qiao*. Association of Serum Levels of Typical Organic Pollutants with Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS): a Case Control Study. Human Reproduction. 2015, 30 (8): 1964-1973.

  7. Q Yang, X Qiu*, R Li, J Ma, K Li, G Li. Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons (PAHs) Exposure and Oxidative Stress for a Rural Population from the North China Plain. Environmental Science and Pollution Research. 2015, 22 (3): 1760-1769.

  8. Q Yang, X Qiu*, R Li, S Liu, K Li, F Wang, P Zhu, G Li*, T Zhu. Exposure to Typical Persistent Organic Pollutants from an Electronic Waste Recycling Site in Northern China. Chemosphere. 2013, 91 (2): 205-211.

  9. Q Yang, X Qiu*, K Li, G Li*. Exposure to Bisphenol A and the Oxidative Damage for Local Residents at an E-waste Dismantling Area. Asian Journal of Ecotoxicology, 2016, 11(2): 238-246 (in Chinese)

  10. G Yin, L Xia, Y Hou, Y Li, D Cao, Y Liu, J Chen, J Liu, L Zhang, QYang, Q Zhang*, N Tang. Transgenerational male reproductive effect of prenatal arsenic exposure: abnormal spermatogenesis with Igf2/H19 epigenetic alteration in CD1 mouse. International Journal of Environmental Health Research. 2021. doi.org/10.1080/ 09603123.2020.1870668.

  11. Y Hou#, S Li#, L Xia, Q Yang, L Zhang, X Zhang, H Liu, R Huo, G Cao, C Huang, X Tian, L Sun, D Cao, M Zhang, Q Zhang*, N Tang. Associations of urinary phenolic environmental estrogens exposure with blood glucose levels and gestational diabetes mellitus in Chinese pregnant women. The Science of the Total Environment. 2021, 754: 14208.

  12. H Zhang#, Y Han#, X Qiu*, Y Wang, W Li, J Liu, X Chen, R Li, F Xu, W Chen, Q Yang, Y Fang, Y Fan, J Wang, H Zhang, T Zhu. Association of Internal Exposure to Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons with Inflammation and Oxidative Stress in Prediabetic and Healthy Individuals. Chemosphere. 2020, 253: 126748.

  13. A Shan#, L Leng#, J Li, X Luo, Y Fan, Q Yang, Q Xie, Y Chen, C Ni, L Guo, H Tang, X Chen*, N Tang*. TCDD-induced antagonism of MEHP-mediated migration and invasion partly involves aryl hydrocarbon receptor in MCF7 breast cancer cells. Journal of Hazard Materials. 2020, 398: 122869.

  14. Y Lin, X Qiu*, N Yu, Q Yang, J Araujo, Y Zhu*. Urinary Metabolites of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons and the Association with Lipid Peroxidation: a Biomarker-based Study between Los Angeles and Beijing. Environmental Science & Technology. 2016, 50 (7): 3738-3745.

  15. L Leng#, J Li#, X Luo, J Kim, Y Li, X Guo, X Chen, Q Yang, G Li*, N Tang*. Polychlorinated Biphenyls and Breast Cancer: a Congener-specific Meta-analysis. Environment International. 2016. 88: 133-141.

  16. R Li, X Qiu*, Q Yang, K Li, G Li*. MiR-125a-5p is Upregulated in Plasma of Residents from an Electronic Waste Recycling Site [J]. Asian Journal of Ecotoxicology. 2016, 11(2): 134-143 (in Chinese)

  17. C Yan, M Zheng*, Q Yang, Q Zhang, X Qiu, Y Zhang, H Fu, X Li, T Zhu, Y Zhu*. Commuter Exposure to Particulate Matter and Particle-bound PAHs in Three Transportation Modes in Beijing, China. Environmental Pollution. 2015, 204: 199-206.



Recruits students specialized

Preventive medicine


Membership of Academic Society

  1. Member of Biomarkers, Chinese Society of Environmental Mutagens

  2. Member of Specialized Committee of Environment and Health for Youth, Beijing Environmental Mutagen Society

  3. Chinese Chemical Society

  4. Chinese Society for Environmental Sciences



“131” Innovative Talents Training Project of Tianjin (The Third Level)

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