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黄存瑞,长聘教授、博士生导师。

研究方向为气候变化与健康,环境流行病学,公共卫生政策,全球健康治理。



教育经历:

2012, 昆士兰科技大学,哲学博士

2009,格里菲斯大学,理学硕士

2005,中山大学,医学硕士

2001,安徽医科大学,医学学士



工作经历:

2021年9月-至今,清华大学万科公共卫生与健康学院,长聘教授、博士生导师

2014年11月-2021年9月,中山大学公共卫生学院,教授、博士生导师,卫生管理学系主任

2012年10月-2014年11月,格里菲斯大学环境学院,环境与人口健康中心研究员

2006年12月-2007年9月,清华大学公共管理学院,卫生与发展研究中心访问学者

2001年7月-2009年7月,中山大学公共卫生学院,卫生管理学系助教



研究领域:

黄存瑞教授长期从事气候变化与健康方向的研究工作,致力于促进气候变化、公共卫生与政策管理等学科的交叉融合,并努力通过气候变化与健康领域研究的创新成果,推动我国社会向着可持续利用地球资源的方向发展,承载着将气候变化研究、可持续发展行动和生态文明建设推向以人为本、以人的健康为本的重要使命。


黄存瑞教授课题组的重点研究方向,包括:

(1)气候变化健康风险评估与影响机制研究;

(2)气候变化导致人力资本损失及社会经济影响的综合评估;

(3)导致区域健康风险的气候异常先兆信号捕捉及早期预警技术;

(4)适应气候变化的公共卫生策略与能力建设;

(5)双碳目标与人类健康协同治理的形成机制;

(6)“气候-健康-经济”一般均衡模型的构建。



代表性论文:


气候变化风险下的温度健康效应

1. Huang C*, Barnett AG, Wang X, Tong S. (2012). The impact of temperature on years of life lost in Brisbane, Australia. Nature Climate Change 2:265–270. (With commentary by Prof. Patrick L. Kinney https://www.nature.com/articles/nclimate1460. media release by Nature http://www.natureasia.com/en/research/highlight/1525)

2. Huang C*, Barnett AG, Wang X, Tong S. (2012). Effects of extreme temperatures on years of life lost for cardiovascular deaths: a time series study in Brisbane, Australia. Circulation-Cardiovascular Quality and Outcomes 5:609–614. (With media release by the American Heart Association https://medicalxpress.com/news/2012-09-extreme-temperatures-premature-cardiovascular-death.html)

3. Huang C*, Barnett AG, Wang X, Vaneckova P, FitzGerald G, Tong S. (2011). Projecting future heat-related mortality under climate change scenarios: a systematic review. Environmental Health Perspectives 119(12):1681–1690.

4. Huang C#, Cheng J#, Phung D, Tawatsupa B, Hu W*, Xu Z*. (2018). Mortality Burden Attributable to Heatwaves in Thailand: A Systematic Assessment Incorporating Evidence-Based Lag Structure. Environment International 121:41-50.

5. He Y, Cheng L, Bao J, Deng S, Liao W, Wang Q, Tawatsupa B, Hajat S, Huang C*. (2020). Geographical disparities in the impacts of heat on diabetes mortality and the protective role of greenness in Thailand: A nationwide case-crossover analysis. Science of the Total Environment 711:135098.

6. Phung D*, Chu C, Rutherford S, Nguyen HLT, Do CM, Huang C*. (2017). Heatwave and Risk of Hospitalization: A Multi-Province Study in Vietnam. Environmental Pollution 220:597-607.

7. Sheng R, Li C, Wang Q, Yang L, Bao J, Wang K, Ma R, Gao C, Lin S, Zhang Y, Bi P, Fu C*, Huang C*. (2018). Does hot weather affect work-related injury? A case-crossover study in Guangzhou, China. International Journal of Hygiene and Environmental Health 221(3):423-428.

8. Ma R, Zhong S, Morabito M, Hajat S, Xu Z, He Y, Bao J, Sheng R, Li C, Fu C*, Huang C*. (2019). Estimation of Work-Related Injury and Economic Burden Attributable to Heat Stress in Guangzhou, China. Science of the Total Environment 666: 147-154.

9. Wang Q, Li C, Guo Y, Barnett AG, Tong S, Phung D, Chu C, Dear K, Wang X*, Huang C*. (2017). Environmental ambient temperature and blood pressure in adults: A systematic review and meta-analysis. Science of the Total Environment 575:276-286.

10. Cheng L, & Huang C*. (2019). Assessing the health effects of extreme temperature and development of adaptation strategies to climate change in selected countries in the Asia-Pacific region. APN Science Bulletin, 9(1). https://doi.org/10.30852/sb.2019.854.


气候变化、空气污染与脆弱人群健康

11. Huang C*, Barnett A. (2014). Human impacts: winter weather and health. Nature Climate Change 4:173–174.

12. Huang C*, Chu C, Wang X, Barnett AG. (2015). Unusually cold and dry winters increase mortality in Australia. Environmental Research 136:1–7.

13. Wang Q, Li B, Benmarhnia T, Hajat S, Ren M, Liu T, Knibbs LD, Zhang H, Bao J, Zhang Y, Zhao Q*, Huang C*. (2020). Independent and Combined Effects of Heatwaves and PM2.5 on Preterm Birth in Guangzhou, China: A Survival Analysis. Environmental Health Perspectives 128(1): 17006. (Chosen as a Science Selection in September 2020 issue https://ehp.niehs.nih.gov/doi/10.1289/EHP7086)

14. Wang Q, Liang Q, Li C, Ren M, Lin S, Knibbs LD, Zhang H, Gong W, Bao J, Wang S, Wang X, Zhao Q, Huang C *. (2019). Interaction of Air Pollutants and Meteorological Factors on Birth Weight in Shenzhen, China. Epidemiology 30: S57-66.

15. Wang Q, Benmarhnia T, Li C, Knibbs LD, Bao J, Ren M, Zhang H, Wang S, Zhang Y, Zhao Q*, Huang C*. (2019). Seasonal analyses of the association between prenatal ambient air pollution exposure and birth weight for gestational age in Guangzhou, China. Science of the Total Environment 649: 526-534.

16. Zeng J, Zhang X, Yang J, Bao J, Xiang H, Dear K, Liu Q, Lin S, Lawrence W, Lin A*, Huang C*. (2017). Humidity May Modify the Relationship between Temperature and Cardiovascular Mortality in Zhejiang Province, China. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 14(11). pii: E1383.

17. Wang Q, Benmarhnia T, Zhang H, Knibbs LD, Sheridan P, Li C, Bao J, Ren M, Wang S, He Y, Zhang Y, Zhao Q*, Huang C*. (2018). Identifying Windows of Susceptibility for Maternal Exposure to Ambient Air Pollution and Preterm Birth. Environment International 121:317-324.

18. Wang Q, Zhang H, Liang Q, Knibbs LD, Ren M, Li C, Bao J, Wang S, He Y, Zhu L, Wang X, Zhao Q*, Huang C*. (2018). Effects of prenatal exposure to air pollution on preeclampsia in Shenzhen, China. Environmental Pollution 237:18-27.

19. Bao J, Guo Y, Wang Q, He Y, Ma R, Hua J, Jiang C, Morabito M, Lei L, Peng J*, Huang C*. (2019). Effects of Heat on First-Ever Strokes and the Effect Modification of Atmospheric Pressure: A Time-Series Study in Shenzhen, China. Science of the Total Environment 654: 1372-1378.

20. Deng S, Jalaludin BB, Antó JM, Hess JJ, Huang C*. (2020). Climate change, air pollution, and allergic respiratory diseases: A call to action for health professionals. Chinese Medical Journal 133(13):1552-1560.


极端降水和洪涝事件的健康影响

21. Zhang N, Song D, Zhang J, Liao W, Miao K, Zhong S, Lin S, Hajat S, Yang L*, Huang C*. (2019). The impact of the 2016 flood event in Anhui Province, China on infectious diarrhea disease: An interrupted time-series study. Environment International 127:801-809.

22. Gong L, Hou S, Su B#, Miao K, Zhang N, Liao W, Zhong S, Wang Z, Yang L*, Huang C*. (2019). Short-term effects of moderate and severe floods on infectious diarrheal diseases in Anhui Province, China. Science of the Total Environment 675:420-428.

23. Zhong S, Yang L, Toloo S, Wang Z, Tong S, Sun X, Crompton D, FitzGerald G*, Huang C*. (2018). The long-term physical and psychological health impacts of flooding: A systematic mapping. Science of The Total Environment 626:165-194.

24. Phung D*, Huang C*, Rutherford S, Chu C, Wang X, Nguyen M. (2015). Climate change, water quality, and water-related diseases in the Mekong Delta Basin: a systematic review. Asia-Pacific Journal of Public Health 27(3):265-276.

25. Hao Y, Zhang N, Wu J, Su B, Gong L, Ma W, Hou S, Zhang J, Song D, Liao W, Zhong S, Yang L*, Huang C. (2019). Identifying Infectious Diarrhea Hot spots and Associated Socioeconomic Factors in Anhui Province, China. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 101(3):549-554.

26. Phung D*, Huang C*, Rutherford S, Chu C, Wang X, Nguyen M. (2014). Association between annual river flood pulse and paediatric hospital admissions in the Mekong Delta area. Environmental Research 135:212–220.

27. Phung D*, Huang C, Rutherford S, Dwirahmadi F, Chu C, Wang X, Nguyen M, Nguyen N, Do C, Nguyen T, Dinh T. (2015). Temporal and spatial assessment of river surface water quality using multivariate statistical techniques: a study in Can Tho City, a Mekong Delta area, Vietnam. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 187(5), 1-13.

28. Phung D*, Chu C, Rutherford S, Nguyen HL, Luong MA, Do CM, Huang C*. (2017). Heavy rainfall and risk of infectious intestinal diseases in the most populous city in Vietnam. Science of The Total Environment 580:805-812.

29. Phung D*, Huang C*, Rutherford S, Chu C, Wang X, Nguyen M, Nguyen NH, Manh CD, Nguyen TH. (2015). Association between climate factors and diarrhoea in a Mekong Delta area. International Journal of Biometeorology 59(9):1321-31.

30. Turner LR, Alderman K, Huang C, Tong S*. (2013). Impact of the 2011 Queensland floods on the use of tobacco, alcohol and medication. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health 37(4):396.


适应气候变化的公共卫生策略

31. Huang C*, Barnett AG, Xu Z, Chu C, Wang X, Turner LR, Tong S. (2013). Managing the health effects of temperature in response to climate change: challenges ahead. Environmental Health Perspectives 121(4):415–419. (Chosen as a Science Selection in April 2013 issue https://ehp.niehs.nih.gov/doi/10.1289/ehp.121-a134.)

32. Huang C*, Vaneckova P, Wang X, FitzGerald G, Guo Y, Tong S. (2011). Constraints and barriers to public health adaptation to climate change: a review of the literature. American Journal of Preventive Medicine 40(2):183–190. (With commentary by Prof. Howard Frumkin; https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0749379710006422.)

33. Huang C*, Street R, Chu C. (2015). Adapting to climate change. JAMA-Journal of the American Medical Association 313(7):727.

34. Su Y, Cheng L, Cai W, Lee JKW, Zhong S, Chen S, Li T, Huang X*, Huang C*. (2020). Evaluating the effectiveness of labor protection policy on occupational injuries caused by extreme heat in a large subtropical city of china. Environmental Research 186:109532.

35. Wu J#, Huang C#, Pang M, Wang Z, Yang L, FitzGerald G, Zhong S*. (2019). Planned sheltering as an adaptation strategy to climate change: Lessons learned from the severe flooding in Anhui Province of China in 2016. Science of the Total Environment 694:133586.

36. Yang L, Liu C, Hess J, Phung D, Huang C*. (2019). Health professionals in a changing climate: protocol for a scoping review. BMJ Open 22;9(2): e024451.

37. Yang L, Liu C, Bi P, Vardoulakis S, Huang C*. (2020). Local actions to health risks of heatwaves and dengue fever under climate change: Strategies and barriers among primary healthcare professionals in southern china. Environmental Research 187:109688.

38. Liao W, Yang L, Zhong S, Hess JJ, Wang Q, Bao J, Huang C*. (2019). Preparing the Next Generation of Health Professionals to Tackle Climate Change: Are China's Medical Students Ready? Environmental Research 168: 270-277. (With commentary by Jennie Dusheck in Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment)

39. Huang C*, Wang Q, Wang S, Ren M, Ma R, He Y. (2017). Air pollution prevention and control policy in China. In Dong GH (ed.), Ambient Air Pollution and Health Impact in China, Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology. 1017: 243-261. http://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-10-5657-4_11.

40. He Y, Ma R, Ren M, Liao W, Zhang N, Su Y, Lam CKC, Wang S, Huang C*. (2019). Public health adaptation to heat waves in response to climate change in China. In: Lin H., Ma W., Liu Q. (eds) Ambient Temperature and Health in China. Springer, Singapore. Page:171-190. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-13-2583-0_11.



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