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Zhang, Huiwen Zhang, Huiwen

EMPLOYMENT HISTORY

2004 – Now. Professor of Microbial Resources and Ecology Research Group, Institute of Applied Ecology, Chinese Academy of Science

2011 – 2012. Working in Institute of Biological and Environmental Sciences, University of Aberdeen

1997 – 2004. Director of Microbial Culture Collection Center, Institute of Applied Ecology, Chinese Academy of Science

2004 – 2005. Working in Microbial Genomic and Ecology Group, ESD (Environmental Sciences Division), ORNL (Oak Ridge National Laboratory) as a research associate of the Center for Microbial Ecology, Michigan State University

1997 – 2003. Associate Professor of Microbial Resources and Ecology Research Group, Institute of Applied Ecology, Chinese Academy of Science

1991 – 1997. Research Associate, Microbial Resources and Ecology Research Group, Institute of Applied Ecology, Chinese Academy of Science

1985 – 1991. Research Assistant, Microbial Resources and Ecology Research Group, Institute of Applied Ecology, Chinese Academy of Science

2010 – Now. Adjunct Professor of University of Chinese Academy of Sciences

 

EDUCATION

2003 Ph.D., Microbiology, Institute of Applied Ecology, Chinese Academy of Science, China

2000 B.S., Microbiology, Institute of Applied Ecology, Chinese Academy of Science, China

 

GRANTS

2012 - 15 National High Technology Research and Development Program of China (863 Program), Control and Remediation Techniques for Combined Organic Pollution in Cropland Soils 9,300,000

2012 - 15 Important National Science & Technology Specific Projects. The Ministry of Science and Technology, Molecular Modification and Anti-tumor Candidate Drugs Research of SEC2 5,000,000

2012- 14 Agriculture Technical Achievements Transformation Fund Project, Ministry of Science and Technology, The Control of Vegetables Root-Knot Nematodes and Multifunctional Microbial Agents against Soil-borne Diseases in the Trial 600,000

2011 - 13 National Natural Science Foundation of China, Mechanism of Microbial Ecology for the Degradation of Soil Nitrogen Cycle under the Stress of Sulfonylurea Herbicide 350,000

2011- 13 Main Direction Program of Knowledge Innovation of Chinese Academy of Sciences, Soil Microbial Resources and Multifunctional Microbial Fertilizer 300,000

2010- 11 National High-Tech Research and Development Program of China (863 Program), Product Research and Development for Biofertilizers with High Antagonistic Activity against Soil-borne Diseases and Phosphorus Solubilizing Functions 455,000

2009- 10 Program of Knowledge Innovation of Chinese Academy of Sciences, Microbial Resources and Bio-fertilizer 300,000

2008- 10 Program of Knowledge Innovation of Chinese Academy of Sciences, Development and Mass Producing Techniques of "Root-Proof" Biopesticides 800,000

2008- 10 National Natural Science Foundation of China, Soil Antifungal Function and the Diversity of Relevant Functional Genes  270,000

2005- 07 Microbial Resources Platform Project, The Ministry of Science and Technology, Standardization of Microbial Resources  300,000

2005- 07 National Natural Science Foundation of China, The Diversity of Functional Genes of Soil Metagenome and Soil Fungistasis 80,000

 

PUBLICATIONS AND SCHOLARLY WORK

Journal Articles

 

2013 Tan H. B., M. K. Xu, X. Y. Li, H. W. Zhang, and C. G. Zhang. Effects of chlorimuron-ethyl application with or without urea fertilization on soil ammonia-oxidizing bacteria and archaea, J Hazard Mater. 260, 368–374.

2012 Liu, Y., M. K. Xu, Z. C. Su, Y. M. Cai, C. G. Zhang, and H. W. Zhang. Increased T-cell stimulating activity by mutated SEC2 correlates with its improved antitumour potency, Letters in Applied Microbiology 55, 362-369.

2012 Wang, J. J., X. Y. Li, A. N. Zhu, X. K. Zhang, H. W. Zhang, and W. J. Ling. Effects of tillage and residue management on soil microbial communities in North China, Plant Soil Environment 58, 28-33.

2011 Zhang, X. L., X. Li, C. G. Zhang, X.Y. Li, and H. W. Zhang. Ecological risk of long-term chlorimuron-ethyl application to soil microbial community: an in situ investigation in a continuously cropped soybean field in Northeast China, Environmental Science and Pollution Research 18, 407-415.

2011 Xu, M. K., X. G. Wang, Y. M. Cai, H. W. Zhang, H. L. Yang, C. X. Liu, and C. G. Zhang. An engineered superantigen SEC2 exhibits promising antitumor activity and low toxicity, Cancer immunology Immunotherapy 60, 705-713.

2010 Wu, M. N., X. Y. Li, H. W. Zhang, Y. H. Cai, and C. G. Zhang. Effects of methamidophos on the community structure, antagonism towards Rhizoctonia solani, and phlD diversity of soil Pseudomonas, Journal of Environmental Science and Health Part B 45, 222-228.

2010 Zhang, J., H. W. Zhang, and C. G. Zhang. Effect of groundwater irrigation on soil PAHs pollution Abatement and Soil Microbial Characteristics: A Case Study in Northeast China, Pedosphere 20, 557-567.

2010 Li, X.Y., Z. C. Su, X. Li, C. G. Zhang, and H. W. Zhang. Assessing the effects of acetochlor on soil fungal communities by DGGE and clone library analysis, Ecotoxicology 19, 1111-1116.

2009 Zhang, Y., X. L. Zhang, H. W. Zhang, Q. He, Q. X. Zhou, Z. C. Su, and C. G. Zhang. Responses of Soil Bacteria to Long-Term and Short-Term Cadmium Stress as Revealed by Microbial Community Analysis, Bull Environ Contam Toxicol 82, 67–372.

2009 Zhang, X. L., H. W. Zhang, X. Li, Z. C. SU, J. J. Wang, and C. G. Zhang. Isolation and characterization of Sporobolomyces sp. LF1 capable of degrading chlorimuron-ethyl, Journal of Environmental Sciences 21, 1–8.

2009 Wang, X. G., M. K. Xu, H. W. Zhang, J. Liu, and  Xu Li, and C. G. Zhang. Enhancement of superantigen activity and antitumor response of staphylococcal enterotoxin C2 by site-directed mutagenesis, Cancer immunology Immunotherapy 58, 677–686.

2008 Li, X. Y., H. W. Zhang, M. N. Wu, Z. C. Su, and C. G. Zhang. Impact of acetochlor on ammonia-oxidizing bacteria in microcosm soils, Journal of Environmental Sciences, 20, 1126–1131.

2008 Li, X. Y., H. W. Zhang, M. N. Wu, Y. Zhang, and C. G. Zhang. Effect of methanidophos on soil fungi community in microcosms by plate count, DGGE and clone library analysis, Journal of Environmental Sciences 20, 619-625.

2008 Wu, M. N., H. W. Zhang, X. Y. Li, Z. C. Su, and C. G. Zhang. Soil fungistasis and its relations to soil microbial composition and diversity: A case study of a series of soils with different fungistasis, Journal Environmental of Science 20, 871-877.

2007 Su, Z. C., H. W. Zhang, X. Y. Li, Q. Zhang, and C. G. Zhang. Toxic effects of acetochlor, methamidophos and their combination on nifH gene in soil, Journal of Environmental Sciences 19, 864-873.

2005 Zhang, H. W., Q. X. Zhou, Q. R. Zhang et al. Impacts of Methamidophos, copper, and their combinations on bacterial community structure and function in black soil, Science in China 48 Supp, I14-125.

2003 Zhang, H.W., Q. R. Zhang, Q. X. Zhou, and C. G. Zhang. Binary-Joint Effects of Acetochlor, Methamidophos, and Copper on Soil Microbial Population, Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 71, 746-754.

 

Memberships or Activities in Professional Associations

2004 -present, Vice director of Microbial Ecology Working Committee, Chinese Society of Ecology (CSE)

2004 -present, Member of Environment Microbiological Working Committee; Chinese Society of Microbiology (CSM)

 

GRADUATE STUDENT SUPERVISION (2005-2012)

Major advisor

Xie Jianfei (current)

Yang Liqiang (current)

Zhang Shaopeng (current)

Zhang Guojun (current)

Xu Ting (current)

Liu Yangli (Ph.D. 2013)

Wang Jingjing (Ph.D. 2012)

Qing shenghong (M.S. 2012)

Zhang Xu (M.S. 2010)

Cai Yinghui (M.S. 2009)

Ruan Xiaodong (M.S. 2009)

Luo Yongping (M.S. 2008)

Zhang Qin (M.S. 2007)







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