Dr Chang Guo


UK Health Security Agency

Dr. Guo serves as a Senior Scientist in the Experimental Toxicology Programme, part of the Toxicology Department at the UK Health Security Agency. With over fifteen years of experience in nanotoxicology, she has been actively engaged in researching the impact of air pollution on public health, with a specific focus on understanding cellular and molecular mechanisms. Her investigations go beyond the respiratory system, extending to explore neurological effects associated with inhaled particulate matter, including through accessing advanced facilities at STFC. Before joining the UK Health Security Agency, Dr. Guo earned her PhD in Pharmacology from Cambridge University and subsequently worked in the field of nanotechnology, where she contributed to the development of engineered nanomaterials for drug delivery systems. 

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