Hongmei Wu Lecturer

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Hongmei Wu Lecturer

Department of Nutrition and Food Science


Email  wuhongmei@tmu.edu.cn

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Hongmei Wu, PhD, lecturer in Tianjin Medical University,and 131 third-level talent in Tianjin. Mainly engaged in the Tianjin Chronic Low Grade Systemic Inflammation and Health (TCLSIHealth) Cohort Study and the Tianjin Elderly Nutritional Epidemiology Cohort Study. The TCLSIHealth Cohort Study is a large prospective dynamic cohort study focusing on the relationships between chronic low-grade systemic inflammation and the health status of a population living in Tianjin, China. The Tianjin Elderly Nutritional Epidemiology Cohort Study mainly explores the effects of nutrition on chronic diseases in elderly, especially focusing on mechanisms, risk factors, association with diseases and prevention of sarcopenia. In this field, I have published 7 papers in international scientific journals as the first author or co-first author, 1 Chinese review, and completed a Chinese book writing.


Research direction

Nutritionand chronicdisease, prevention of sarcopenia


Education

B.S.    Chinese Medical University, Shenyang, China, 2007

Ph.D.  Tianjin Medical University, Tianjin, China, 2012

  

Professional Experience

2017-     Instructor, Department of Nutrition and Food Science, Tianjin Medical University, Tianjin, China

  

Project

1.Participate in National Nature and Science Fund: A study of the effects and mechanism of vitamin D treatment on the progression of prediabetes by stimulating the secretion of irisin. 8187120598, 01. 2019-12. 2022.

2.Principle Investigator “The prevalence and risk factors of sarcopenia in Chinese elderly people”.The Fundamental Research Fund for the Universities in Tianjin. 2018KJ0882018.10-2021.09

3.Participate in National Nature and Science Fund: A studyof theeffects and mechanism of vitamin D treatment on the progression of sarcopenia by stimulating formation of myofibers, 81673166, 01. 2017-12. 2020.


Publication

(#Co-first author; * Correspondence author)

(1)Wu H, Liu M, Chi VTQ, Wang J, Zhang Q, Liu L, Meng G, Yao Z, Bao X, Gu Y, Zhang S, Sun S, Zhou M, Jia Q, Song K, Huang J, Huo J, Zhang B, Ding G, Niu K. Handgrip strength is inversely associated with metabolic syndrome and its separate components in middle aged and older adults: a large-scale population-based study. Metabolism, 2019; 93: 61-67.

(2)Wu H #, Yu B #, Meng G #, Liu F, Guo Q, Wang J, Du H, Zhang W, Shen S, Han P, Dong R, Wang X, Ma Y, Chen X, Niu K *. Both muscle mass and muscle strength are inversely associated with depressive symptoms in an elderly chinese population. Int J Geriatr Psychiatry. 2017; 32:769-778.

(3) Wu H, Wei M, Zhang Q, Du H, Xia Y, Liu L, Wang C, Shi H, Guo X, Liu X, Li C, Bao X, Su Q, Gu Y, Fang L, Yang H, Yu F, Sun S, Wang X, Zhou M, Jia Q, Zhao H, Song K, Niu K *. Consumption of chilies, but not sweet peppers, is positively related to handgrip strength in an adult population. J Nutr Health Aging. 2016; 20:546-552.

(4)Meng G #, Wu H#, Fang L, Li C, Yu F, Zhang Q, Liu L, Du H, Shi H, Xia Y, Guo X, Liu X, Bao X, Su Q, Gu Y, Yang H, Bin Y, Wu Y, Sun Z, Niu K *. Relationship between grip strength and newly diagnosed nonalcoholic fatty liver disease in a large-scale adult population. Sci Rep. 2016; 6:33255.

(5)Wu H, Xia Y, Jiang J, Du H, Guo X, Liu X, Li C, Huang G, Niu K *. Effect of beta-hydroxy-beta-methylbutyrate supplementation on muscle loss in older adults: A systematic review and meta-analysis. Arch Gerontol Geriatr. 2015; 61:168-175.

(6)Meng Y #, Wu H#, Yang Y, Du H, Xia Y, Guo X, Liu X, Li C, Niu K *. Relationship of anabolic and catabolic biomarkers with muscle strength and physical performance in older adults: A population-based cross-sectional study. BMC Musculoskelet Disord. 2015; 16:202.

(7)Sun S #, Wu H#, Zhang Q, Wang C, Guo Y, Du H, Liu L, Jia Q, Wang X, Song K, Niu K *. Subnormal peripheral blood leukocyte counts are related to the lowest prevalence and incidence of metabolic syndrome: Tianjin chronic low-grade systemic inflammation and health cohort study. Mediators Inflamm. 2014; 2014:412386.

  

Postgraduate training

None.


Recruits students specialized

None.

  

Membership of Academic Society

None.

  

Honors

None.