专职教师/共建团队PI
杨颖
讲师/专任教员/助研/实验师/博后
单位:海洋化学与污染控制研究所 行政职务:
学科专业:海洋化学 专业技术资格/导师:讲师
办公电话:020-39332201
电子邮箱:yangying6@mail.sysu.edu.cn
通讯地址:广州大学城外环东路132号中山大学东校区工学院楼B202b室

研究方向

环境分析化学、环境污染与控制研究

招生专业

海洋化学

个人详细介绍

教育经历

2010/09-2014/08,香港大学,土木工程系,博士;
2008/09-2010/07,中山大学,化学与化学工程学院,硕士;
2004/09-2008/07,中山大学,化学与化学工程学院,学士;


工作经历
2015/02-至今,中山大学,海洋学院,讲师;

2014/09-2015/01,香港大学,土木工程系,Research Assistant;

2013/12-2014/05,Virginia Tech, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Visiting Scholar;


近年发表论文

1. Christgen B, Yang Y (co-first author), Ahammad SZ, Li B, Rodriquez DC, Zhang T, Graham DW. Metagenomics shows that low-energy anaerobic-aerobic treatment reactors reduce antibiotic resistance gene levels from domestic wastewater. Environmental Science & Technology. doi:10.1021/es505521w.

2. Yang Y, Jiang XT, Zhang T. 2014. Evaluation of a hybrid approach using UBLAST and BLASTX for metagenomic sequences annotation of specific functional genes. PLoS ONE. 9(10):e110947.

3. Yang Y, Li B, Zou SC, Fang HHP, Zhang T. 2014. Fate of antibiotic resistance genes in sewage treatment plant revealed by metagenomic approach. Water Research. 62: 97-106.

4. Yang Y, Yu K, Xia Y, Lau FTK, Tang DTW, Fung WC, Fang HHP, Zhang T. 2014. Metagenomic analysis of sludge from full-scale anaerobic digesters operated in municipal wastewater treatment plants. Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology.98(12): 5709-5718.

5. Yang Y, Li B, Ju F, Zhang T. 2013. Exploring variation of antibiotic resistance genes in activated sludge over four-year period through a metagenomic approach. Environmental Science & Technology. 47 (18): 10197-10205.

6. Chen BW, Yang Y (co-first author), Liang XM, Yu K, Zhang T, Li XD. 2013. Metagenomic profiles of antibiotic resistance genes (ARGs) between human impacted estuary and deep ocean sediments. Environmental Science & Technology. 47 (22): 12753-12760.

7. Yang Y,Zhang T, Zhang XX, Liang DW, Zhang M, Gao DW, Zhu HG, Huang QG,  Fang H.H.P. 2011. Quantification and characterization of beta-lactam resistance genes in 15 sewage treatment plants from East Asia and North America. Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology. 95 (5): 1351-1358.