Universitair Medisch Centrum Utrecht

Runyu Zou is an Assistant Professor of environmental epidemiology and exposome science at the University Medical Center Utrecht. He obtained his medical bachelor’s degree and MPH degree in China, and MSc (Epidemiology) and PhD in the Netherlands. During his PhD and 1-year postdoc research at Erasmus MC, he examined perinatal determinants of child brain development, using modern epidemiological methods, longitudinal modeling, and neuroimaging techniques. He currently investigates the effects of environmental exposures, such as chemicals, on maternal and child health and development.