NAME

Haidong Kan

School/Department/Center/Institution/Laboratory

School of Public Health

Post address: P.O. Box 249, 130 Dong-An Rd.

E-mail:kanh@fudan.edu.cn
Telephone/Fax :+86 21 54237908

EDUCATION/TRAINING (Begin with baccalaureate or other initial professional education, such as nursing, include postdoctoral training and residency training if applicable.)

INSTITUTION AND LOCATION DEGREE
(if applicable)

MM/YY FIELD OF STUDY
Shanghai Medical University
Fudan University
National Institutes of Health (NIH), US
B.M.
Ph.D.
Postdoc
07/97
07/03
07/07
Preventive Medicine
Environmental Health
Epidemiology

A. Personal Statement on Research
My research interests is focused on:
(a) Air pollution epidemiology
(b) Climate change epidemiology
(c) Health risk assessment

B. Positions and Honors
2003-2004: Lecturer, Fudan University, China
2005-2007: Postdoc, NIH/NIHES, US
2007-2008: Associate professor, Fudan University, China
2009-now: Professor, Fudan University, China

Other Experience, Honors and Professional Memberships:
2007: American Thoracic Society, David Bates Award
2012: China Medical Board (CMB) Distinguished Professorship Award

C. Selected Peer-reviewed Publications
1. Chen R, Zhang Y, Yang C, Zhao Z, Xu X, Kan H*. Acute effect of ambient air pollution on stroke mortality in the China Air Pollution and Health Effects Study (CAPES). Stroke, 2013, 44: 954-960. (* corresponding author)
2. Chen R, Kan H*, Chen B, Huang W, Bai Z, Song G, Pan G. Association of Particulate Air Pollution with Daily Mortality in the China Air Pollution and Health Effects Study (CAPES). Am J Epidemiol, 2012, 175(11):1173–1181. (* corresponding author)
3. Ma W, Chen H, Jiang L, Song G, Kan H*. Stock volatility as a risk factor for coronary heart disease death. Eur Heart J. 2011, 32:1006–11. (* corresponding author)

D. Ongoing Research Support
A prospective cohort study of fine particulate matter and cardiopulmonary disease in China.
Duration: 2012-2015
Sponsor: China Ministry of Environmental Protection