Journal of Women's Reproductive Health

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Women's Reproductive Health-Environmental-Qiuqin Tang

Department of Obstetrics, Nanjing Maternal and Child Health Care Hospital Affiliated to Nanjing Medical University

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Qiuqin Tang


Department of Obstetrics 
Nanjing Maternal and Child Health Care Hospital Affiliated to Nanjing Medical University 

Research Interests:

  • Environmental, genetic and epigenetic risk factors on human reproductive health and fetal growth 
  • Gene-environment interactions in reproductive & fetal growth


  1. The impact of BMI on sperm parameters and the metabolite changes of seminal plasma concomitantly.
  2. Metabolome-wide association study identified the association between a circulating polyunsaturated fatty acids variant rs174548 and lung cancer.
  3. Effects of particulate matter exposure during pregnancy on birth weight: A retrospective cohort study in Suzhou, China.
  4. Seminal plasma metabolomics approach for the diagnosis of unexplained male infertility.
  5. Interaction between Y chromosome haplogroup O3 * and 4-n-octylphenol exposure reduces the susceptibility to spermatogenic impairment in Han Chinese.
  6. Obesity aggravates toxic effect of BPA on spermatogenesis.
  7. Prenatal naled and chlorpyrifos exposure is associated with deficits in infant motor function in a cohort of Chinese infants.
  8. Current pesticide profiles in blood serum of adults in Jiangsu Province of China and a comparison with other countries.
  9. GC-MS-based metabolomic analysis of human papillary thyroid carcinoma tissue.
  10. Distribution and Predictors of Pesticides in the Umbilical Cord Blood of Chinese Newborns.