Malnutrition in early life and child and adolescent health; Environmental factors and cardiovascular diseases
1. The interaction effects of the change of DMPs/DMRs and matched or mismatched healthy lifestyles on metabolic syndrome in adulthood. National Natural Science Foundation of China, NO. 82073573, 2021/1-2024/12, Principal Investigator.
2. Research and revision for school health regulation. Ministry of Education, 2018/3-2019/12, Principal Investigator. Complete the summary of comments, revision draft, and modification statement, and submit one research report to speed up the revision of School Health Regulation.
3. The prospective cohort study of the development of Children’gender role associated with PAEs exposure. National Natural Science Foundation of China, NO. 81773454, 2018/1-2021/12, Principal Investigator.
4. The retrospective cohort study and mechanism of malnutrition in early life and the risk of cardiovascular disease in adulthood. National Natural Science Foundation of China, NO. 81402692, 2015/1-2017/12, Principal Investigator.
5. Data analysis and quality control of students’ common diseases and health risk behavior surveillance in 2016. National Health and Family Planning Commission, wt9317002, 2016/1-2017/12, Principal Investigator.
6. The content of lutein and zeaxanthin in breast milk and its effects on infant vision development. Danone dietary nutrition research and education fund, DIC2016-09, 2016/1-2017/12, Principal Investigator.
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