Designation: Associate Professor
Department: Department of Toxicology
University: Nanjing Medical University
Wei Wu is an Associate Professor in the Institute of Toxicology, School of Public Health at Nanjing Medical University, China. He received his Ph.D. in Toxicology from Nanjing Medical University in 2012. Dr Wu’s research has focused on Environmental, genetic and epigenetic risk factors on human reproductive health and fetal Growth; Gene-environment interactions in reproductive & endocrine systems; Representative EDCs reproductive endocrine toxicity and its mechanism. He has a wide range of teaching and consulting experiences including Toxicology. Areas of expertise and interests are Toxicology, Male Infertility, Pregnancy complications, Fetal Growth, Epigenetics, Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals, Transgenerational Effect, and Reproduction and Development. He has membership in various societies such as Society of Toxicology (SOT), Jiangsu Society of Toxicology and Chinese Society of Toxicology. He published some articles in reputable journals.
Dr. Wu’s research has focused on Environmental, genetic and epigenetic risk factors on human reproductive health and fetal Growth, Gene-environment interactions in reproductive & endocrine systems, Representative EDCs reproductive endocrine toxicity and its mechanism.
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