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Jun Liang-PhD of 2017 2017-12-06

Jun Liang

PhD of 2017                                                         

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Educational background

2017/9-now       Shanghai Jiao Tong University   Environmental Science and Engineering     PhD in reading

2014/9-2017/6  East China University of Science and Technology    Environmental Science and Engineering    Master of Engineering

2009/9-2013/6     Nantong University    Environmental Engineering   Bachelor of Engineering


Research direction

Mediating mechanisms of biochar in remediation organic pollutants in soils


Published papers

[1]Jun Liang, Xiaoqian Xia, Waqas QamarZaman, Wei Zhang, KuangFei Lin, Shuangqing Hu, Zhifen Lin. 2017. Bioaccumulation and toxic effects of decabromodiphenyl ether in the presence of nanoscale zero-valent iron in an earthworm–soil system. Chemosphere. 2017, 169: 78-88

[2]Jun Liang, Xiaoqian Xia, Wei Zhang, Waqas QamarZaman, KuangFei Lin, Shuangqing Hu, Zhifen Lin. 2017. The biochemical and toxicological responses of earthworm (Eisenia fetida) following exposure to nanoscale zero-valent iron in a soil system. Environ. Sci. Pollut. Res. 24: 2507-2514

[3] Wei Zhang, Jun Liang, Jing Li, KuangFei Lin, Rongbing Fu. 2016. Diverse impacts of a step and repeated BDE209-Pb exposures on accumulation and metabolism of BDE209 in earthworms. Chemosphere.159: 235-243.

[4] Wei Zhang, Kou Liu, Jing Li, Jun Liang, Kuangfei Lin. 2015. Impacts of BDE209 addition on Pb uptake, subcellular partitioning and gene toxicity in earthworm (Eisenia fetida). J. Hazard. Mater. 300: 737-744.

[5] Jing Li, WeiZhang, Lin Chen, Jun Liang, Kuangfei Lin.2015. Biological effects of decabromodiphenyl ether (BDE209) and Pb on earthworm (Eisenia fetida) in a soil system. Environ. Pollut. 207: 220-225.


Academic conference attended

2017/10/19-2017/10/22    The 9th National Conference on Environmental Chemistry    Hangzhou, China


Scientific research projects participated in

[1] National Natural Science Foundation of China (Key Program: 21587002):Electrochemical process and environmental behavior of biochar and soil interface

[2] National Natural Science Foundation of China (General Program: 21587002):Microbial response mechanism of brominated flame retardant and heavy metals contamination


Award and honors

[1] 2016/10     ECUST first-class academic scholarship 

[2] 2016/10     ECUST annual paper meeting (Grade 2) 



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