Jing Yan Lecturer

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Jing Yan Lecturer

Department of Social Medicine and Health Administration


Emailyanjing@tmu.edu.cn


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Jing Yan (Ph.D) is a lecturer in School of Public Health, Tianjin Medical University. Courses undertaken include “Social Medicine” for students of Health Management, Clinical Medicine and Anesthesiology, as well as “Professional English” for students of Health Management. Research fields include social medicine, pregnancy and infant nutrition, nutrition and neuroscience. Jing Yan has participated in several national and provincial projects, and published more than 10 papers in domestic and SCI journals.

Research direction

Social medicine, pregnancy and infant nutrition, nutrition and neuroscience

  

Education

1.   2002.09-2006.07

Shenyang   Pharmaceutical University, Shenyang, China, Bachelor

2.   2008.01-2008.12

University   of Wollongong, Wollongong, Australia,Master

3.   2014.08-2018.06

Tianjin   Medical University, Tianjin, China, Ph.D

  

Professional Experience

1.2009.07-2011.12

Assistant,   Department of Social Medicine and Health Administration, School of Public   Health, Tianjin Medical University, Tianjin, China

2.   2012.01-

Lecturer,   Department of Social Medicine and Health Administration, School of Public   Health, Tianjin Medical University, Tianjin, China

3.   2012.9-2013.9

Visiting   Scholar, Faculty of Medicine, Memorial University of Newfoundland, St.   John’s, NL, Canada

  

Project

1.The effect and mechanism of vitamin D3 on the improvement of mild cognitive impairment based on telomere/ telomerase system, National Natural Science Foundation of China, 81874261, 570,000 RMB, 2018/01-2021/12, project participant.

2.Mechanism of the influence of vitamin D3 on Alzheimer’s disease based on the autophagy pathway induced by amyloid-beta via long non-coding RNA regulation, National Natural Science Foundation of China, 81573148, 570,000 RMB, 2016/01-2019/12, project participant.

3.Research on the effect of vitamin D on type 2 diabetes mellitus based on the NF-kappa B signaling pathway mechanism, National Natural Science Foundation of China, 81502809, 180,000 RMB, 2016/01- 2018/12, project participant.

4.The study on the occurrence status and the outcomes of type 2 diabetes mellitus with mild cognitive impairment among community-based elderly population, National Natural Science Foundation of China, 81001282, 200,000 RMB, 2011/01-2013/12, project participant.



Publication  

1.Jing Yan# (co-first author), Yun Zhu#, Lujia Cao#, Yuyan Liu,Yuzhi Zheng, Wen Li, Guowei Huang*. Effects of maternal folic acid supplementation during pregnancy on infant neurodevelopment at 1 month of age: a birth cohort study in China. Eur J Nutr, 16 May 2019, doi: 10.1007/s00394-019-01986-7. [Epub ahead of print]. (IF4.449, 5-Year IF4.076)

2. Jing Yan, Yuyan Liu, Lujia Cao, Yuzhi Zheng, Wen Li, Guowei Huang*. Association between duration of folic acid supplementation during pregnancy and risk of postpartum depression. Nutrients, 2017, 9(11): 1206. (IF4.171, 5-Year IF4.813)

3. Jing Yan, Yuzhi Zheng, Lujia Cao, Yuyan Liu, Wen Li, Guowei Huang*. Periconceptional folic acid supplementation in Chinese women: a cross-sectional study. Biomed Environ Sci, 2017, 30(10): 737-748. (IF1.917, 5-Year IF2.228)

4. Jing Yan, Lin Liu, Yun Zhu, Guowei Huang*, Peizhong Peter Wang*. The association between breastfeeding and childhood obesity: a meta-analysis. BMC Public Health, 2014, 14: 1267. (IF2.567, 5-Year IF3.275, 被引155 )

5. Jing Yan#(co-first author), Lin Liu#, Barbara Roebothan, Ann Pyan, Zhi Chen, Yanqing Yi, Peizhong Wang*. A preliminary investigation into diet adequacy in senior residents of Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada: a cross-sectional study. BMC Public Health, 2014, 14: 302. ((IF2.567, 5-Year IF3.275)

6. Xinyan Wang, Wen Li, Zhenshu Li, Yue Ma,Jing Yan, John X. Wilsonand Guowei Huang*. Maternal folic acid supplementation during pregnancy promotes neurogenesis and synaptogenesis in neonatal rat offspring. Cerebral Cortex, 2018, 55(3): Aug 23. doi: 10.1093/cercor/bhy207. [Epub ahead of print]. (IF: 5.437, 5-Year IF: 6.149)

7. Xinyan Wang, Wen Li, Shou Li, Jing Yan, John X. Wilson, GuoweiHuang*. Maternal folic acid supplementation during pregnancy improves neurobehavioral development in rat offspring. Mol Neurobiol, 2018, 55(3):2676-2684. (IF: 4.586, 5-Year IF: 4.643)