Nina T. Holland, Ph.D.
Professor of Genetics & Toxicology
School of Public Health
Phone: 510-455-0561
ninah@berkeley.edu

Scientific Interests:
Environmental Health
Molecular Epidemiology
Genomics and Epigenetics
Human Cytogenetics
Biological Banking

Lab:
Berkeley Global Campus
1301 S. 46th Street
Building 112,
Richmond, CA 94804
Fax: 510-665-2202
Lab: 510-665-2200

Teaching Office:
733 University Hall
Berkeley, CA 94720-7360
Phone: 510-642-8781

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Dr. Holland is a principal investigator on two studies of Latino mothers and children: "Molecular Mechanisms of Obesity in Children Exposed to Phthalates in Utero", R01 ES021369 and “PON Epigenetics and Neurodevelopment in Children”, R01 ES023067, and she is a leader on the Epigenetics and Biorepository projects of the CHAMACOS Center. She is also involved in other projects at the Center for Environmental Research in Children’s Health (CERCH) including the VHEMBE birth cohort in South Africa, SEVESO study in Italy, and a study of the effects of flame retardants in California.

In addition, Dr. Holland collaborates on biomarkers of air pollution (ozone, biofuels and ETS) with colleagues from UC Berkeley, University of California, San Francisco, Stanford University and University of Georgia. She is involved in a longitudinal study of effects of vitamin supplementation on biomarkers of oxidative stress, telomeres and other parameters associated with obesity and risk of cardiovascular diseases (in collaboration with UC Berkeley, UCSF, UC Davis and CDC). Dr. Holland participates in the Environmental influences on Child Health Outcomes (ECHO) new NIH initiative. She has published more than 150 papers and book chapters.

At UC Berkeley, Dr. Holland teaches the graduate courses Molecular and Genetic Epidemiology in the 21st Century and Genome Environment and Human Health. She was repeatedly recognized for teaching excellence by SPH. She has also organized and chaired many sessions on Molecular Epidemiology of Children’s Environmental Health and Environmental Epigenetics at national and international meetings. Since 1997, she has been a member of the International Committee on the Micronucleus Assay in Human Populations (HUMN), and since 2013, her group participates in the International Consortium PACE (Pregnancy and Children Epigenetics). Dr. Holland serves on the UC Berkeley Human Subjects Committee, the Regent’s and Chancellor’s Fellowship Committee, and NIH review panel study sections.