Wei Wu

Dr. Wei Wu is an associate professor in the Institute of Toxicology, School of Public Health at Nanjing Medical University, China. He received his PhD degree in Toxicology from Nanjing Medical University in 2012. Since 2017, he is a guest researcher at NIEHS. He is a member of different national and international societies in human reproduction and toxicology field. He has been awarded by many national societies for originality and the quality of his projects. He has a wide range of teaching and consulting experiences including toxicology. His areas of expertise and interests are toxicology, male infertility, pregnancy complications, fetal growth, epigenetics, endocrine-disrupting chemicals, transgenerational effect, and reproduction and development. He has published 62 papers in international journals such as Environment International, Scientific Reports, Human Reproduction, Human Molecular Genetics, and Toxicological Sciences. He has collaborated in five books and eleven patents and in the organization of two international conferences. He is an associate editor of the JSM Invitro Fertilization, executive editor of Annals of Molecular and Genetic Medicine, and editor of Scientific Reports, Austin Journal of Reproductive Medicine & Infertility, and many more journals.

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More than 10% of the global burden of disease is due to pregnancy complications and adverse birth outcomes. Despite recent advances in obstetric medicine, pregnancy complications and adverse birth outcomes are a growing public health concern and economic burden on the healthcare system. This book will focus on the pregnancy complications and birth outcomes, from the aspects of gestational age, environmental, genetic, epigenetic risk factors, and delivery room management.

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