Uptake, Transport and Metabolism of Chemicals of Emerging Concern in Vegetables

2019-06-10 12:52:02 From: SERI Hits:

Presenter: Prof. Hui Li from Michigan State University.

Venue: Meeting room on the SERI 6th Floor, Sci. building 3, SCNU University Town Campus

Time: 15:00-16:00, June 14 (Friday), 2019

Title: Uptake, Transport and Metabolism of Chemicals of Emerging Concern in Vegetables

Speaker: Prof. Hui Li


About the Speaker:

Dr. Hui Li is Professor of Environmental and Soil Chemistry at Michigan State University. He received BS and MS degrees of Environmental Chemistry from Nanjing University, China, and Ph.D. degree of Environmental Soil Chemistry from Purdue University, USA. Dr. Li’s research program focuses on fate, transformation, bioavailability and impacts of pharmaceuticals, persistent organic contaminants and pesticides in the environment, understanding of fundamental environmental processes at molecular scale, plant uptake of organic contaminants, and development of innovative environmental remediation technology. His research program has been funded by USDA, NIH and NSF. He has published >100 peer-review journal papers in environmental science and soil science journals. These papers have been cited >4100 time with an H-index of 37.
Dr. Li served as associate editor of Journal of Environmental Quality (2009-2014), and was awarded as outstanding editor (2013). Dr. Li served as chair of Soils and Environmental Quality Division, Soil Science Society of America (SSSA). He has received Jackson Soil Chemistry and Mineralogy Award from SSSA in 2017, and was elected to SSSA Fellow in 2018.