Ping-Ching Hsu, PhD
Assistant Professor, Department of Epidemiology
Office: COPH 6221
2012 – Ph.D. (Tumor Biology), Georgetown University
2008 – M.S. (Tumor Biology), Georgetown University
2000 – M.S. (Neuroscience), Taipei Medical College
1998 – B.S. (Nutrition and Health), Taipei Medical College
Metabolomics; Tobacco; Systems Biology; Cancer
Current Research Projects
- Metabolomic Profiling from the Arkansas Cardiovascular Health Examination Survey (ARCHES)
EPID 5332: Cancer Epidemiology
PBHL 5873 / EPID 9863: Molecular Epidemiology
Hsu PC, Lan RS, Brasky TM, Marian C, Cheema AK, Ressom HW, Loffredo CA, Pickworth WB, Shields PG. “Menthol smokers: metabolomic profiling and smoking behavior.” Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers & Prevention. Sep 14, 2016.
Hsu PC, Lan RS, Brasky TM, Marian C, Cheema AK, Ressom HW, Loffredo CA, Pickworth WB, Shields PG. “Metabolomic Profiles of Current Cigarette Smokers.” Molecular Carcinogenesis. Jun 24,
Weng DY, Chen J, Taslim C, Hsu PC, Marian C, David S, Loffredo CA, Shields PG. “Persistent Alterations of Gene Expression Profiling of Human Peripheral Blood Mononuclear Cells from Smokers.” Molecular Carcinogenesis. Aug 21, 2015.
Hsu PC, Zhou B, Zhao Y, Ressom HW, Cheema AK, Pickworth W, Shields PG. “Feasibility of identifying the tobacco-related global metabolome in blood by UPLC-QTOF-MS.” J Proteome Res. Dec;12(2):679-91, 2012.