Bin Zhao, Ph.D, 
Professor and PI of Molecular & Environmental Toxicology Research Team


Telephone:  86-10-62842865

Address:  18 Shuangqing Rd, Haidian District, Beijing 

Postcode: 100085

Research Areas

Molecular Toxicology
Environmental Toxicology
Environmental Health Effects 

People with the following research background, including Biology, Biochemical, Medical, Toxicology, Pharmacology, Bioinformatics, Chemical Synthesis & Analysis and also willing to study environment related issues, are welcome to join our research team!

Selected Publications

(1) AhR-Mediated Effects of Dioxin on Neuronal Acetylcholinesterase Expression in Vitro.,Environmental Health Perspectives,2013
(2) Common Commercial and Consumer Products Contain Activators of the Aryl hydrocarbon (Dioxin) Receptor.,PLoS ONE,2013
(3) Ginsenosides Are Novel Naturally-Occurring Aryl Hydrocarbon Receptor Ligands.,PLoS ONE ,2013
(4) Arsenite Suppression of BMP Signaling in Human Keratinocytes.,Toxicology and Applied Pharmacology,2013
(5) Immuno-analysis Methods for the Detection of Dioxins and Related Chemicals.,Sensors,2012,
(6) Third generation of Ah receptor-responsive luciferease reporter plasmids: amplification of dioxin responsive elements dramatically increases CALUX bioassay sensitivity and responsiveness,Toxicological Sciences,2011
(7) Exactly the same but different: promiscuity and diversity in the molecular mechanisms of Action of the Aryl Hydrocarbon (Dioxin) Receptor.,Toxicological Sciences,2011,
(8) Dioxin Emissions and Human Exposure in China: A Brief History of Policy and Research.,Environmental Health Perspectives,2011
(9) Enhancing the Response of CALUX and CAFLUX Cell Bioassays for Quantitative Detection of Dioxin-Like Compounds.,Science China Chemistry,2010
(10) CH223191 is a ligand-selective antagonist of the Ah (Dioxin) receptor,Toxicological Sciences,2010



胡芹  博士研究生  083001-环境科学  

田文静  博士研究生  083001-环境科学  

丰昱  硕士研究生  083001-环境科学  

周志广  博士研究生  083001-环境科学  

徐海明  博士研究生  083001-环境科学  

尹雪娇  硕士研究生  083001-环境科学  

陶吴群  博士研究生  083001-环境科学