Ph.D. student at Ageing research center.
Study interests: Environmental epidemiology; Cognition; Ageing research.
Jing Wu is a PhD student in the medicine group at ARC. Her research will focus on the effect of air pollution and noise on cognition in an urban setting with Debora Rizzuto. Jing has a bachelor in preventive medicine in Dalian medical university in China and a Master of Public Health from Karolinska Institute. She also had 2 years of experience as a biostatistician in a private company in Beijing.
During her master’s study, Jing did a summer internship in the association of perceived cognitive dysfunction and perceived sexual dysfunction in multiple sclerosis, in Melbourne School of Population & Global Health, University of Melbourne, Australia. For her master thesis project, she studied the interaction of environmental factors and human herpesvirus 6A to multiple sclerosis risks.
Applied Epidemiology 2 (Master-TA ) Karolinska institute 11/2022
Introduction for epidemiology (Bachelor-Lecture) Skandinaviska Kiropraktorhögskolan 08/2022
Speed up your programming (Workshop-Lecture ) Karolinska institute 01/2022
09/2019-Now PhD Karolinska Institute (KI) Medical science
08/2017-06/2019 Master Karolinska Institute (KI) Epidemiology
09/2011-06/2016 Bachelor Dalian Medical University (DMU) Preventive Medicine
Academic honours, awards and prizes
Collaboration in Science 2022 Best poster presentation award 06/10/2022 - 08/10/2022