Ziyin Tang's research mainly focuses on applying metabolomics in elucidating molecular mechanisms underlying air pollution-related health outcomes and discovering screening and early detection biomarkers for lung cancer. Her current work is aiming to study epigenetics modifications associated with the preconception smoking. She is particularly interested in integrating multi-omics data with the goal of providing more comprehensive and in-depth insights into biological mechanisms for health outcomes induced by air pollution exposure.
Areas of Interest
- Air Pollution
- BS 2014, Southern Medical University
- MPH 2019, Emory University
Affiliations & Activities
Delta Omega Honorary Society – Phi Chapter, Emory University
- Ziyin Tang, Jeremy A. Sarnat, Rodney J. Weber, Armistead G. Russell, Xiaoyue Zhang, Zhenjiang Li, Tianwei Yu, Dean P. Jones, and Donghai Liang, 2022, The Oxidative Potential of Fine Particulate Matter and Biological Perturbations in Human Plasma and Saliva Metabolome, Environmental Science & Technology, ,