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Person Details: Qi Sun

Superfund Research Program

Qi Sun

Harvard University
665 Huntington Avenue
Boston, Massachusetts 02115-6028
Phone: 617-432-7490
Email: qisun@hsph.harvard.edu

Projects

Publications

2020

  • Liu G, Zhang B, Hu Y, Rood J, Liang L, Qi L, Bray GA, DeJonge L, Coull BA, Grandjean P, Furtado JD, Sun Q. 2020. Associations of perfluoroalkyl substances with blood lipids and apolipoproteins in lipoprotein subspecies: The POUNDS-lost study. Environmental Health 19:doi:10.1186/s12940-020-0561-8 PMID:31931806 PMCID:PMC6958662

2019

  • Hu XC, Tokranov AK, Liddie J, Zhang X, Grandjean P, Hart JE, Laden F, Sun Q, Yeung LW, Sunderland EM. 2019. Tap water contributions to plasma concentrations of poly- and perfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) in a nationwide prospective cohort of U.S. women. Environ Health Perspect doi:10.1289/EHP4093 PMID:31170009 PMCID:PMC6792361

2018

  • Sun Q, Zong G, Valvi D, Nielsen F, Coull BA, Grandjean P. 2018. Plasma concentrations of perfluoroalkyl substances and risk of type 2 diabetes: A prospective investigation among U.S. women. Environ Health Perspect 126:037001. doi:10.1289/ehp2619 PMID:29498927 PMCID:PMC6071816

2017

2015

  • Grandjean P, Barouki R, Bellinger DC, Casteleyn L, Chadwick LH, Cordier S, Etzel R, Gray K, Ha E, Junien C, Karagas MR, Kawamoto T, Lawrence BP, Perera F, Prins GS, Rosenfeld CS, Sherr DH, Sly PD, Suk WA, Sun Q, Toppari J, van den Hazel P, Walker CL, Heindel JJ. 2015. Life-long implications of developmental exposure to environmental stressors: new perspectives. Endocrinology 156(10):3408-3415. doi:10.1210/EN.2015-1350 PMID:26241067 PMCID:PMC4588822

2010

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