Jian Li

A Short Biography:

Dr. Li has joined in UCLA as a professor from 2019. He shares a position between the Fielding School of Public Health, Environmental Health Sciences Department and the School of Nursing. Before his appointment at UCLA, Dr. Li had been working in China and Germany with extensive experience on occupational health. He is an active member of the International Commission on Occupational Health (ICOH) Scientific Committees on Cardiology in Occupational Health, and on Work Organisation and Psychosocial Factors. During 2006-2010, Dr. Li received three Early Career Awards from the US National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) and other international research societies. Dr. Li’s research interests are psychosocial factors, work stress and health, particularly on epidemiology and intervention evaluation. He has published more than 100 scientific articles in peer-reviewed journals.

Work Titles
UCLA Professor, School of Nursing Professor, Environmental Health Sciences
Education:
Degrees:
M.D.
Ph.D.

Contact Information:

Work Email Address:

jianli2019@ucla.edu


Work Phone Number:

310.206.8522

Publications:

A selected list of publications:

Li Jian, Atasoy Seryan, Fang Xioayan, Angerer Peter, Ladwig Karl-Heinz   Combined effect of work stress and impaired sleep on coronary and cardiovascular mortality in hypertensive workers: The MONICA/KORA cohort study European journal of preventive cardiology, 2019; 2047487319839183.
Mutambudzi Miriam, Theorell Töres, Li Jian   Job Strain and Long-Term Sickness Absence From Work: A Ten-Year Prospective Study in German Working Population Journal of occupational and environmental medicine, 2019; 61(4): 278-284.
Li Jian, Bidlingmaier Martin, Petru Raluca, Pedrosa Gil Francisco, Loerbroks Adrian, Angerer Peter   Impact of shift work on the diurnal cortisol rhythm: a one-year longitudinal study in junior physicians Journal of occupational medicine and toxicology (London, England), 2018; 13(10): 23.
Li Jian, Siegrist Johannes   The role of compensation in explaining harmful effects of overtime work on self-reported heart disease: Preliminary evidence from a Germany prospective cohort study American journal of industrial medicine, 2018; 61(10): 861-868.
Li Jian, Brisson Chantal, Clays Els, Ferrario Marco M, Ivanov Ivan D, Landsbergis Paul, Leppink Nancy, Pega Frank, Pikhart Hynek, Prüss-Üstün Annette, Rugulies Reiner, Schnall Peter L, Stevens Gretchen, Tsutsumi Akizumi, Ujita Yuka, Siegrist Johannes   WHO/ILO work-related burden of disease and injury: Protocol for systematic reviews of exposure to long working hours and of the effect of exposure to long working hours on ischaemic heart disease Environment international, 2018; 119(10): 558-569.
Wege Natalia, Li Jian, Siegrist Johannes   Are there gender differences in associations of effort-reward imbalance at work with self-reported doctor-diagnosed depression? Prospective evidence from the German Socio-Economic Panel International archives of occupational and environmental health, 2018; 91(4): 435-443.
Kaewboonchoo Orawan, Sembajwe Grace, Li Jian   Associations between Job Strain and Arterial Stiffness: A Large Survey among Enterprise Employees from Thailand International journal of environmental research and public health, 2018; 15(4): 558-569.
Becher Harry, Dollard Maureen F, Smith Peter, Li Jian   Predicting Circulatory Diseases from Psychosocial Safety Climate: A Prospective Cohort Study from Australia International journal of environmental research and public health, 2018; 15(3): 435-443.
Mauss Daniel, Herr Raphael M, Theorell Töres, Angerer Peter, Li Jian   Validating the Demand Control Support Questionnaire among white-collar employees in Switzerland and the United States Journal of occupational medicine and toxicology (London, England), 2018; 13(3): 7.
Mutambudzi Miriam, Siegrist Johannes, Meyer John D, Li Jian   Association between effort-reward imbalance and self-reported diabetes mellitus in older U.S. workers Journal of psychosomatic research, 2018; 104(3): 61-64.

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