(1)Relationship between metallomics and human health
(2)Application of instrument analysis in the field of public health
1. The interdisciplinary medicine Seed Fund (BMU2017MX006) of Peking University, Research on first-episode schizophrenia based on metallomics and amino acid metabolomics in plasma, 2018/01-2018/12，Project leader
2. The Youth Talent Support Program by the School of Public Health, Peking University, Association of metal elements with risk of neural tube defects, 2016/12-2018/12, Project leader
3. Beijing Natural Science Foundation(2122051), Inorganic fingerprint of common pathogenic bacteria and its rapid identification, 2012/01-2014/12，participant
4. National Natural Science Foundation (30972434), Reasons of lead fingerprint differences in blood, urine, hair and organs within the same body, 2010/01-2012/12，participant
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2. Lailai Yan#, Bin Wang#, Zhenjiang Li, Yingying Liu, Wenhua Huo, Jingyu Wang*, Zhiwen Li*, Aiguo Ren,Association of essential trace metals in maternal hair with the risk of neural tube defects in offspring, Birth Defects Research A, 2017, 109(3): 234-243.
3. Bin Wang#,*, Lailai Yan#, Wenhua Huo, Qun Lu, Zixi Cheng, JingxuZhang *, Zhiwen Li, Rare earth elements and hypertension risk among housewives: A pilot study in Shanxi Province, China, Environmental Pollution, 2016, 220: 837-842.
4. Bing Cao#, Lailai Yan#, Jiahui Ma, Min Jind, Caroline Park, Yasaman Nozari, Olivia P. Kazmierczak, Hannah Zuckerman, Yena Lee, Zihang Pan, Elisa Brietzke, Roger S. McIntyre, Leanna M.W. Lui, Nan Li*, Jingyu Wang*, Comparison of serum essential trace metals between patients with schizophrenia and healthy controls. Journal of Trace Elements in Medicine and Biology, 2019, 79-85.
5. Bin Wang#, Lailai Yan#, Ying Sun, Jingjing Yan, Qun Lu*, Jingxu Zhang*, Zhiwen Li, Alkaline-earth elements of scalp hair and presence of hypertension in housewives: A perspective of chronic effect, Chemosphere, 2017, 181:134-141.
6. Xie J#, Yan L#, Cheng Z, Qiang L, Yan J, Liu Y, Liang R, Zhang J, Li Z, Zhuang L, Hao C, Wang B*, Lu Q*.Potential effect of inflammation on the failure risk of in vitro fertilization and embryo transfer among infertile women.Hum Fertil(Camb), 2018:1-9.
7. Ma Jiahui, Wang Bin, Gao Xia, Wu Hao, Wang Dongfang, Li Nan, Tan Jiping,
Wang Jingyu*, Yan Lailai *. A comparative study of the typical toxic metals in serum by patients of schizophrenia and healthy controls in China. Psychiatry Research 269 2018: 558–564.
8. Huang, N#, Cao, B#, Brietzke, E, Park, C, Cha, D, Pan, Z, Zhu, J, Liu, Y, Xie, Q, Zeng, J, McIntyre, R S, Wang, J*, Yan, L*. A pilot case-control study on the association between N-acetyl derivatives in serum and first-episode schizophrenia. Psychiatry Res, 2019,272:36-41.
9. Yiming Pang, Yunhe Guo, Kexin Li, Mengyuan Ren, Xiaoqian Jia, Zewu Li, Bin Wang*, Lailai Yan*, Zhiwen Li. Potential effect of germanium exposure on the risk of influenza-like illness in housewives in Shanxi Province, China. Science of the Total Environment, [Accepted 8 May 2019].
10. Wang B, Zhu Y, Yan L, et al. Association of maternal chronic arsenic exposure with the risk of neural tube defects in Northern China. Environ Int, 2019,126:222-227.