EI征稿:“环境暴露与不良生殖结局”
2020年6月2日

EI征稿:环境暴露与不良生殖结局

CCC环境暴露与人群健康工作组

 

征稿介绍:

国际权威期刊Environment International [IF=7.943, 环境科学排名Q1 (4/192)] (ISSN0160-4120) 拟发行一期主题为环境暴露与不良生殖结局的专刊。中国队列共享平台(China Cohort Consortium,简称“CCC”暴露组与人群健康工作组将协助完成相关工作,欢迎大家踊跃投稿。

征稿主题:

环境暴露与不良生殖结局

征稿时间:

202061日至202091

专题简介:

环境因素对人类生殖健康的影响是全世界关注的一个热点问题,相关不良生殖结局包括不孕不育、低出生体重、自发性早产、胎儿生长受限、先天畸形、反复自然流产等。传统的环境流行病学研究通常关注单个环境暴露因素与特定不良生殖结局风险之间的关系。随着暴露组学、代谢组学、蛋白质组学、转录组学的概念和实践的长足发展,多组学分析方法已被认为是建立复杂环境暴露途径与不良生殖结局之间关系的重要技术手段。因此,本专题旨在围绕环境与不良生殖结局的研究,为相关环境科学、生物信息学、分析化学、毒理学、环境流行病学、临床医学等多学科合作研究提供一个交流平台,以揭示环境暴露与不良生殖结局之间的关系,支撑相关防控政策的制定。较大规模的人群流行病学研究优先考虑。

 

原文介绍如下:

Call for Papers on Special Issue: 

Environmental Exposure and Adverse Reproductive Outcomes

The prestigious journal Environment International (IF = 7.943) (ISSN 0160-4120) is currently running a special issue entitled "Environmental Exposure and Adverse Reproductive Outcomes". As we are acting as guest editors for this issue, we would like to welcome contributions from various disciplines. We kindly invite you to consider submitting your full reasearch paper to this special issue.

 

Submission Period: 

1st June 2020 - 1st September 2020

The adverse effects of various environmental exposure factors on human reproductive health are a case of concern worldwide. 

The most commonly studied adverse reproductive outcomes (AROs) include infertility, low birth weight, preterm birth, intrauterine growth restriction, congenital anomalies, and recurrent spontaneous abortion. However, the traditional environmental epidemiologic studies usually focus on the association between a single environmental factor and the risk of a specific ARO. With the development of the concept and practices of exposomics, metabolomics, proteomics, and transcriptomics, a multifactorial response network has been considered as an important way to bridge external exposure with adverse outcomes via complex pathways. 

    Therefore, this special issue aims to provide a platform for collaborative studies combining bioinformatics, environmental science, analytical chemistry, toxicology, prevention epidemiology, and clinical medicine to represent the mechanical inferences between environmental complex exposures and AROs.  The following large-scale population studiesare preferred, i.e. regarding the complex effect of multiple risk factors on AROs, effect modification in populations with different characteristics, and prediction modeling work to integrate the related risk factors of APOs.  Submitted studies should clearly emphasize their scientific and technological support of related environmental health policies.

 

To submit your manuscript please go to 

Environmental Exposure and Adverse Reproductive Outcomes 

(at https://www.journals.elsevier.com/environment-international)

and follow the procedures for manuscript submission. 

When prompted for manuscript information if “Special Issue”, you can select our ‘Exposure & Reprod. Health’.

Author Guidelines and Manuscript Submission can be found at:

http://www.elsevier.com/journals/environment-international/0160-4120/guide-for-authors

Feel free tocontact us if you would have any questions.

Best wishes,

 

 

Guest Editors:

[1] Prof. Yunjiang Yu (Managing Guest Editor),

South China Instituteof Environmental Sciences, 

Minister of Environmental Protection,

yuyunjiang@scies.org

[2] Prof. David Carpenter, University at Albany, 

dcarpenter@albany.edu

[3] Prof. Olga-Ioanna,  Kalantzi University of the Aegean,

kalantzi@aegean.gr

[4] Prof. Bin Wang, Peking University,

binwangpku@foxmail.com

[5] Prof .Takashi Yorifuji, Okayama University,

yorichan@md.okayama-u.ac.jp