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Biography

Dr Shanshan (Shandy) Li is a research fellow in the Department of Epidemiology and Preventive Medicine at School of Public Health and Preventive Medicine, Monash University. She is recipient of NHMRC Early Career Fellowship and joined Monash University from March 2017. Prior to moving to Australia in 2011 to pursue her PhD with Australian government and university scholarships at The University of Queensland, Shandy received Bachelor and Master qualifications from Capital Medical University and Peking University in China. Following completion of her PhD, she undertook 2 years postdoctoral training supported by a NHMRC Centre of Research Excellence − Centre for Air quality & health Research and evaluation administered by The University of Sydney.

 

Dr Li has background in both public health and medicine and is an epidemiologist and biostatistician with special focuses on atmospheric environmental health and extensive child health issues. She has published broadly in high-ranked topic relevant journals, and as chief investigator successfully secured competitive grants. She is peer reviewer of various Australian and Chinese grant schemes and a number of prestigious international journals. Dr Li has worked with Chinese government (Ministry of Education, Ministry of Health, and CDC), numerous universities/research institutes across the world, and UNICEF. Most of her work involves collaborations with research groups across Australia and overseas, and she is keeping up establishing broader and stronger linkages with colleagues within Australia and internationally.

 

Research interests

  • Public Health and Epidemiology (Methodological Design, Chronic Disease, Infectious Disease, Global Health, Sustainable Development)

  • Child Health (Perinatal Health, Birth Outcomes, Respiratory Health, Asthma and Allergy, Growth and Development, Activity Pattern and Behaviour)

  • Environmental Health (Environmental Epidemiology, Air Pollution, Climate Change, Exposure and Health Risk Assessment, Temperature, Planetary Health, Built Environment)

  • Biostatistics (Quantitative Analysis, Spatiotemporal Modelling)

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Projects

Research Output

Ambient Airborne Particulates of Diameter ≤1 μm, a Leading Contributor to the Association Between Ambient Airborne Particulates of Diameter ≤2.5 μm and Children's Blood Pressure

Wu, Q. Z., Li, S., Yang, B. Y., Bloom, M., Shi, Z., Knibbs, L., Dharmage, S., Leskinen, A., Jalaludin, B., Jalava, P., Roponen, M., Lin, S., Chen, G., Guo, Y., Xu, S. L., Yu, H. Y., Zeeshan, M., Hu, L. W., Yu, Y., Zeng, X. W. & 1 others, Dong, G. H., Feb 2020, In : Hypertension (Dallas, Tex. : 1979). 75, 2, p. 347-355 9 p.

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Association between long-term exposure to ambient air pollutants and excessive daytime sleepiness in Chinese rural population: The Henan Rural Cohort Study

Wang, Y., Mao, Z., Chen, G., Tu, R., Abdulai, T., Qiao, D., Liu, X., Dong, X., Luo, Z., Wang, Y., Li, R., Huo, W., Yu, S., Guo, Y., Li, S. & Wang, C., Jun 2020, In : Chemosphere. 248, 7 p., 126103.

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Association between long-term exposure to ambient air pollution and obesity in a Chinese rural population: The Henan Rural Cohort Study

Liu, X., Tu, R., Qiao, D., Niu, M., Li, R., Mao, Z., Huo, W., Chen, G., Xiang, H., Guo, Y., Li, S. & Wang, C., May 2020, In : Environmental Pollution. 260, 10 p., 114077.

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Associations between long-term exposure to air pollution and blood pressure and effect modifications by behavioral factors

Li, N., Chen, G., Liu, F., Mao, S., Liu, Y., Liu, S., Mao, Z., Lu, Y., Wang, C., Guo, Y., Xiang, H. & Li, S., Mar 2020, In : Environmental Research. 182, 8 p., 109109.

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Bushfires in Australia: a serious health emergency under climate change

Yu, P., Xu, R., Abramson, M. J., Li, S. & Guo, Y., Jan 2020, In : The Lancet Planetary Health. 4, 1, p. e7-e8 2 p.

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