Manhai Long


Curriculum Vitae


Name                             Manhai Long

Sex                                Female

Date of birth                    Jan. 22, 1963

Address                          Centre for Arctic Health & Molecular Epidemiology

                                    Department of Public Health, Aarhus University

                                    8000 Aarhus C, Denmark

Phone                            0045-93509033


Occupation                      Associate professor

Language                        English, Chinese, Danish.



2013. 9. - 2014. 3.             Leadership development in research management

                                      Aarhus University, Denmark

2007. 4                            PhD

                                     Project: The potential of environmental chemicals to affect the aryl                                                         hydrocarbon receptor:a molecular and cellular study in vitro                                                        and ex vivo

                                     Unit of Cellular & Molecular Toxicology

                                     Department of Public Health, Aarhus University, Denmark

2000. 6                           M.S. in Medicine                         

                                     Project: Study on the subcellular mechanism of acute renal damage                                                         induced by metal poisoning

                                     Guiyang Medical College, P.R. China

1985.7                             M.D., B. Sc. Med.

                                     West China University of Medical Sciences, Chengdu, P.R. China


 2010. 10-                       Associate professor

 2007. 3 – 2010.9              Assistant professor,

 2003-2007                      PhD student

 2000-2003                      Exchange Scholar

                                    Field: Molecular Biology, Environmental Biotechnology                                                              Unit of Cellular & Molecular Toxicology                                                                                  Department of Public Health, University of Aarhus, Denmark

 1995-1996                      Visiting Scholar

                                    Field: Occupational Diseases, Metal toxicology

                                    Beijing Medical University, P.R. China

 1986                             Visiting Scholar

                                    Field: Toxicology

                                    Shanghai Medical University, P.R. China

1985-2000:                     Associate professor (1998-2000), Lecture(1993-1998),


                                   Research areas: Industrial Health, Basic Toxicology, Genetic Toxicology,                                                              Metal Toxicology,Renal Toxicology

                                   Guiyang Medical College, P.R. China


  Cell culture (normal and specific cell line), Reporter gene bioassay, Oxidative stress assays, Segregation of subcellular component, Electron microscopy, Enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA),

   Ames test, Sister Chromatid Exchange assay (SCE), Micronucleus (MN) test, Somatic chromosome aberrations test, Sperm shape abnormality test, Carcinogenicity test, Teratogenicity test,

   Radioactive nuclide technique (technique of autoradiography), Animal model of disease, Renal toxicological technique,

   Advanced statistical analysis.


2000-2001           Danish-Chinese government exchange Scholarship

1995-1996         Chinese Medical Award (American Chinese Medical Fund), Beijing Medical University


International Association of Environmental Mutagen Societies (IAEMS) (1992-present)

Danish Society of Pharmacology and Toxicology (DSFTM, 2007- present)


peer reviewer of 15 international journals, PhD thesis and scientific proposal for the Czech Science Foundation

Regular peer of Environment International (ENVINT),Nutrition and Cancer: An

              International Journal (N & C); The Science of the Total Environment (STOTEN); Toxicology