Anna L. Choi
Dr. Anna Choi is a Research Scientist at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, Department of Environmental Health. Her work “focuses on the effects of environmental exposures on health outcomes. She has been studying the birth cohorts in the Faroe Islands where exposures to environmental chemicals including mercury, PCBs, and PFCs are increased due to traditional marine diets. In addition, she also studies the effects of the contaminants on cardiovascular function and type 2 diabetes among the Faroese septuagenarians. She is also actively involved in the research on the impact of nutrients as possible negative confounders that may have caused an underestimation of methylmercury toxicity. Dr. Choi’s other research interests include studying the adverse effects of fluoride exposure in children.” Learn more about Dr. Choi’s work.
ASSOCIATION OF LIFETIME EXPOSURE TO FLUORIDE AND COGNITIVE FUNCTIONS IN CHINESE CHILDREN: A PILOT STUDY by Anna L. Choi, et al. Neurotoxicology and Teratology, Volume 47, (January–February 2015), pages 96–101. Epub ahead of print (2014). ACCESS THE COMPLETE ARTICLE.
Developmental fluoride neurotoxicity: a systematic review and meta-analysis by Choi AL, Sun GF, Zhang Y, Grandjean P. Environmental Health Perspectives (2012). Epub ahead of print (7/20/2012).
Environmental Health Perspectives is a publication of the United States National Institutes of Health’s National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences.
Contact Anna L. Choi at Department of Environmental Health, Harvard School of Public Health, Landmark Center 3E, 401 Park Dr., Boston, MA 02215, USA. Tel.: + 1 617 384 8646; fax: + 1 617 384 8994.
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