Ge Meng Lecturer

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Ge Meng Lecturer

Department of Toxicology and Sanitary Chemistry

Email  mengge@tmu.edu.cn

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Ge Meng (Ph.D.), teacher of Tianjin Medical University. The main research direction is the prevention and treatment of chronic diseases. In recent years, more than 10 SCI papers have been published by the first author in international academic journals.


Research direction

Prevention and treatment of chronic diseases

  

Education

B.S   The Second Military Medical University, Shanghai, 1994

M.A  Academy of Military Medical Sciences, Beijing, 2005

Ph.D  Academy of Military Medical Sciences, Beijing, 2008


Professional Experience

2011-  Lecturer of the Department of Toxicology and Sanitary Chemistry, School of Public Health, Tianjin Medical University


G r a n t s

1.The study of the effect of Omega-3 fatty acids on PM2.5 induced blood pressure elevation in prehypertensive adults and the mechanism of epigenetics. Chinese Nutrition Society (2016-023 CNS-DSM). 2017.01 - 2018.12. Principal Investigator.

2.The effect of AMPK in toxicity of paraquat on PC12 cells. Funded by Open project of Key Laboratory of Public Health Security, Ministry of Education (GW2014-5). 2014.05 - 2015.05. Principal Investigator.

3.A study of the effects and mechanism of vitamin D treatment on the progression of prediabetes by stimulating the secretion of irisin. National Natural Science Foundation of China (8187120598). 2019.01 - 2022.12. Key project member.

4.A study of the effects and mechanism of vitamin D treatment on the progression of sarcopenia by stimulating formation of myofibers. National Natural Science Foundation of China (81673166). 2017.01 - 2020.12. Key project member.


Publication

1.Meng G#, Wang L#, Wang X, Chi VTQ, Zhang Q, Liu L, Yao Z, Wu H, Bao X, Gu Y, Zhang S, Sun S, Zhou M, Jia Q, Song K, Sun Z, Wu Y, Niu K*. Association between neutrophil to lymphocyte ratio and depressive symptoms among Chinese adults: A population study from the TCLSIH cohort study. Psychoneuroendocrinology. 2019; 103: 76-82.

2.Meng G#, Li H#, Li Y, Zhang Q, Liu L, Wu H, Xia Y, Bao X, Gu Y, Su Q, Fang L, Yang H, Yu F, Shi H, Sun S, Wang X, Zhou M, Jia Q, Song K, Chang H, Wu Y, Niu K*. Sex-Specific Associations Between Complement Component 3 and Component 4 Levels and Metabolic Syndrome in an Adult Population. Metab Syndr Relat Disord. 2018; 16(3): 143-149.

3.Meng G, Zhang B, Yu F, Li C, Zhang Q, Liu L, Wu H, Xia Y, Bao X, Shi H, Su Q, Gu Y, Fang L, Yang H, Yu B, Sun S, Wang X, Zhou M, Jia Q, Jiao H, Wang B, Guo Q, Carvalhoa LA, Sun Z, Song K, Yu M*, Niu K*. Soft drinks consumption is associated with nonalcoholic fatty liver disease independent of metabolic syndrome in Chinese population. Eur J Nutr. 2018; 57(6): 2113-2121.

4.Meng G#, Zhu Q#, Shao J, Zhang Q, Liu L, Wu H, Xia Y, Bao X, Gu Y, Wang H, Shi H, Sun S, Wang X, Zhou M, Jia Q, Wang G, Song K, Wu Y*, Niu K*. Comparing the diagnostic ability of inflammatory markers in metabolic syndrome. Clin Chim Acta. 2017; 475: 1-6.

5.Meng G#, Wang H#, Pei Y#, Li Y, Wu H, Song Y, Guo Q, Guo H, Fukushima S, Tatefuji T, Wang J, Du H, Su Q, Zhang W, Shen S, Wang X, Dong R, Han P, Okazaki T, Nagatomi R, Wang J, Huang G, Sun Z, Song K*, Niu K*. Effects of protease-treated royal jelly on muscle strength in elderly nursing home residents: A randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled, dose-response study. Sci Rep. 2017; 7(1): 11416.


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