• Lecturer
  • xuxu@bjmu.edu.cn
Personal profile

1991.9~1995.7 Pharmacy, School of pharmacy, Beijing Medical University,Bachelor

1995.9~1998.7 Sanitary chemistry, School of public health, Peking University, Master

2005.9~2009.7 Pharmaceutics, School of pharmaceutical Sciences, Peking University, Doctor

1998.8 ~ Department of Occupational and Environmental Health, Peking University School of Public Health, Lecturer in sanitary chemistry


Main research directions

1.Study on instrumental analysis of inorganic elements and organic substances in environmental and biological samples

2.Study on the influence of environmental factors on health and its mechanism


Representative scientific research projects

1. Study on main indoor air pollutants and their health effects, Responsible for the determination of laboratory health indicators

2. Effects of air pollution on cardiopulmonary diseases in Beijing, Responsible for the determination of laboratory health indicators

3. Research in effects of forest recreation on human health, Responsible for the determination of laboratory health indicators


10 representative papers

1. Short-term ozone exposure and metabolic status in metabolically healthy obese and normal-weight young adults: A viewpoint of inflammatory pathways. Wanzhou Wang, Wenlou Zhang, Dayu Hu, Luyi Li, Liyan Cui, Junxiu Liu, Shan Liu, Junhui Xu, Shaowei Wu, Furong Deng, Xinbiao Guo. J Hazard Mater. 2021, 10

2. Exposure to fine particulate matter promotes platelet activation and thrombosis via obesity-related inflammation. Hu D, Jia X, Cui L, Liu J, Chen J, Wang Y, Niu W, Xu J, Miller MR, Loh M, Deng F, Guo X. J Hazard Mater. 2021,7.

3. Chemical constituents and sources of indoor PM2.5 and cardiopulmonary function in patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease: Estimation of individual and joint effects. Zhang W, Li H, Pan L, Xu J, Yang X, Dong W, Shan J, Wu S, Deng F, Chen Y, Guo X. Environ Res. 2021,6.

4. Joint effect of multiple air pollutants on lipid profiles in obese and normal-weight young adults: The key role of ozone. Zhang W, Liu J, Hu D, Li L, Cui L, Xu J, Wang W, Deng F, Guo X. Environ Pollut. 2021,10  

5. Increasing cardiopulmonary effects of ultrafine particles at relatively low fine particle concentrations. Chen Chen , Shan Liu , Wei Dong , Yi Song , Mengtian Chu , Junhui Xu , Xinbiao Guo, Bin Zhao, Furong Deng, Science of the Total Environment,2020,8

6. Different cardiorespiratory effects of indoor air pollution intervention with ionization air purifier: Findings from a randomized, double-blind crossover study among school children in Beijing,Dong W, Liu S, Chu M, Zhao B, Yang D, Chen C, Miller MR, Loh M, Xu J, Chi R, Yang X, Guo X, Deng F. Environmental Pollution,2019,10

7. An efficient method to simultaneously analyze multi-class organic pollutants in human serum. Jia X, Yin S, Xu J, Li N, Ren M, Qin Y, Zhou J, Wei Y, Guo Y, Gao M, Yu Y, Wang B, Li Z. Environmental Pollution,2019,8

8. The short-term effects of indoor size-fractioned particulate matter and blackcarbon on cardiac autonomic function in COPD patients. Pan L, Wu S, Li H, Xu J, Dong W, Shan J, Yang X, Chen Y, Shima M, Deng F, Guo X, Invion Int. 2018, 3

9. Association patterns for size-fractioned indoor particulate matter and blackcarbon and autonomic function differ between patients with chronicobstructive pulmonary disease and their healthy spouses.,Pan L, Dong W, Li H, Miller MR, Chen Y, Loh M, Wu S, Xu J, Yang X, Shima M, Deng F, Guo X. Environ Pollut, 2018, 5