Fuying Tian

Fuying Tian is a PhD student of the Sun Yat-Sen University School of Public Health. She is currently taking PHD training in Harvard Pilgrim Health Care Institute as an exchange student. Her research interest is the epigenetic mechanism of fetal growth, with a focus on the effect of maternal passive smoking and stress on fetal DNA methylation. She currently works on two projects: one of them is the association between maternal corticotropin-releasing hormone in the second trimester and DNA methylation changes in cord blood, and another one is the effect of maternal passive smoking during pregnancy on DNA methylation changes of maternal blood, placenta and cord blood in full term low birth weight babies.


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