Nina Holland PhD

Research Professor, Emeritus
Environmental Health Sciences

  • Director, BPH Biorepository
  • Director/PI, Children's Environmental Health Laboratory

Nina Holland is a Research Professor, Emeritus at the Environmental Health Sciences Division.

  • PhD – Genetics, Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, 1977
  • MS – Biology, Novosibirsk University, Russia, 1972
  • Children’s environmental health
  • Environmental epigenetics
  • Molecular epidemiology
  • Human cytogenetics
  • Biological banking
  1. Holland N. Future of Environmental Research in the Age of Epigenomics and Exposomics, Reviews in Environmental Health, 2016, Mar 1;32(1-2):45-54. DOI: 10.1515/reveh-2016-0032. PMC5346048
  2. Tindula, G, Lee, D, Huen, K, Bradman, A, Eskenazi, B, Holland, 2020. Pregnancy lipidomic profiles and DNA methylation in newborns from the CHAMACOS cohort. Environ Epigenetics, 5(1),
  3. Holland N, Lizarraga D, Huen K. 2015. Recent progress in the genetics and epigenetics of paraoxonase: why it is relevant to children’s environmental health. Curr Opin Pediatr 27(2): 240-247. PMC4431624.
  4. Holland N, Pfleger L, Berger E, Ho A, and Bastaki M. 2005. Molecular epidemiology biomarkers–sample collection and processing considerations, Toxicol Appl Pharmacol 206, 261-268.
  5. Mora AM, Lewnard JA, Kogut K, Rauch SA, Hernandez S, Wong MP*, Huen K, Chang C, Jewell NP, Holland N, Harris E, Cuevas M, Eskenazi B; CHAMACOS-Project-19 Study Team. Risk Factors Associated With SARS-CoV-2 Infection Among Farmworkers in Monterey County, California. JAMA Netw Open. Sep 1;4(9):e2124116, 2021


  • PH256/CMPBIO156/C256: Human Genome, Environment and Public Health (Fall), 4 units
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