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吴江平

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吴江平,男,博士、副教授。中国科学院大学毕业,清华大学博士后。博士以来一直从事持久性污染物的生物蓄积、食物链传递及生态毒理、健康效应研究工作。近年来,主持国家自然科学基金项目2项,在国内外环境领域主流杂志发表文章50余篇,其中第一作者或通讯作者论文30余篇。文章他引2000余次,H指数为22。现为科技部科技专家库成员、国家自然科学基金通讯评议专家、Environmental Science & Technology等国内外10余种学术期刊审稿人。

 箱:jpwu@gig.ac.cn

 

 

一、主要学习、工作经历

1、学习经历

1994.91996.7,安徽大学环境科学专业;

2003.92006.7,安徽理工大学环境工程专业,获工学硕士学位;

2006.32009.2,中国科学院大学环境科学专业,获理学博士学位。

2、工作经历

2009.32010.11,清华大学博士后;

2010.122016.8,中国科学院广州地球化学研究所有机地球化学国家重点实验室助理研究员、副研究员;

2016.9—现在    安徽师范大学环境科学与工程学院副教授。

二、主要讲授课程

1、《大气污染控制工程》(本科生课程);

2、《环境工程微生物学》(本科生课程);

3、《环境学基础实验I》(本科生课程);

4、《大气污染治理》(研究生课程)。

三、主要研究方向

持久性污染物的生物蓄积、食物链传递及生态毒理与健康效应

四、 主持或参与研究的主要课题

1、有机地球化学国家重点实验室开放基金项目:野生扬子鳄栖息水体沉积物中滴滴涕的含量与组成(编号SKLOG-201714),20182019,主持;

2、安徽师范大学博士科研启动项目:典型污染地区青蛙对新型溴代阻燃剂的累积特征研究(编号2017XJJ39),20172019主持

3、国家自然科学基金面上项目:利用脂肪酸组成研究非PBDE类卤系阻燃剂的生物放大效应(41373105),20142017,主持;

4、国家自然科学基金青年基金项目:非PBDE卤系阻燃剂在两栖动物体内的富集特征及其食物链迁移(41103054),20122014,主持;

5、中国博士后科学基金项目:阻燃剂DBDPEBTBPE沿水生食物链的生物富集效应(20100470347),20102011,主持;

6、有机地球化学国家重点实验室开放基金项目:新型溴系阻燃剂的生物累积及其沿食物链传递研究(OGL-200905),20102011,主持;

7、国家重点基础研究发展计划(973”项目):新型持久性有机污染物的区域特征、环境风险与控制原理研究(2015CB453102),20152019,参加;

8、中国科学院战略性先导科技专项:典型污染物的环境暴露与健康危害机制(XDB14020301),20142018,参加。

五、代表性著作(*通讯作者)

1. Tao L, Zhang Y, Wu JP*, et al., 2019. Biomagnification of PBDEs and alternative brominated flame retardants in a predatory fish: Using fatty acid signature as a primer. Environment International, in press. (JCR-SCIE Q1, IF = 7.297).

2. Wu JP, Peng Y, Zhi H, et al., 2019. Contamination of organohalogen chemicals and hepatic steatosis in common kingfisher (Alcedo atthis) breeding at a nature reserve near e-waste recycling sites in South China. Science of the Total Environment, 659: 561–567. (JCR-SCIE Q1, IF = 4.610).

3. Wu JP, Chen XY, Wu SK, et al., 2019. Polychlorinated biphenyls in apple snails from an abandoned e-waste recycling site, 2010–2016: A temporal snapshot after the regulatory efforts and the bioaccumulation characteristics. Science of the Total Environment, 650: 779–785. (JCR-SCIE Q1, IF = 4.610).

4. Zhi H, Yuan N, Wu JP*, et al., 2019. MicroRNA-21 attenuates BDE-209-induced lipid accumulation in THP-1 macrophages by downregulating Toll-like receptor 4 expression. Food and Chemical Toxicology, 125: 71–77. (JCR-SCIE Q1, IF = 3.977).

5. Wu JP, Chen XY, Wu SK, et al., 2018. Dechlorane Plus flame retardant in a contaminated frog species: Biomagnification and isomer-specific transfer from females to their eggs. Chemosphere, 211: 218–225. (JCR-SCIE Q1, IF = 4.427).

6. Zhi H, Wu JP*, Lu LM, et al., 2018. Decarbromodiphenyl ether (BDE-209) promotes monocyte–endothelial adhesion in cultured human aortic endothelial cells through upregulating intercellular adhesion molecule-1. Environmental Research, 169: 62–71. (JCR-SCIE Q1, IF = 4.732).

7. Zhi H, Wu JP*, Lu LM, et al., 2018. Decabromodiphenyl ether (BDE-209) enhances foam cell formation in human macrophages via augmenting Toll-like receptor 4-dependent lipid uptake. Food and Chemical Toxicology, 121C: 367–373. (JCR-SCIE Q1, IF = 3.977).

8. Wu JP, Mo L, Zhi H, et al., 2016. Hepatic ethoxyresorufin-O-deethylase induction in the common kingfisher from an e-waste recycling site. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, 35: 1594–1599. (JCR-SCIE Q2, IF = 3.179).

9. Tao L, Wu JP*, Zhi H, et al., 2016. Aquatic bioaccumulation and trophic transfer of tetrabromobisphenol-A flame retardant introduced from a typical e-waste recycling site. Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 23: 14663–14670. (JCR-SCIE Q2, IF = 2.800).

10. Peng Y, Wu JP*, Tao L, et al., 2015. Contaminants of legacy and emerging concern in terrestrial passerines from a nature reserve in South China: Residue levels and inter-species differences in the accumulation. Environmental Pollution, 203: 7–14. (JCR-SCIE Q1, IF = 4.358).

11. Peng Y, Wu JP*, Tao L, et al., 2015. Accumulation of Dechlorane Plus flame retardant in terrestrial passerines from a nature reserve in South China: The influences of biological and chemical variables. Science of the Total Environment, 514: 77–82. (JCR-SCIE Q1, IF = 4.610).

12. Wu T, Hong B, Wu X, Wu J*, et al., 2014. Persistent halogenated compounds in captive Chinese alligators (Alligator sinensis) from China. Chemosphere, 110: 23–30. (JCR-SCIE Q1, IF = 4.427).

13. Mo L, Wu JP*, Luo XJ, et al., 2013. Using the kingfisher (Alcedo atthis) as a bioindicator of PCBs and PBDEs at the Dinghushan Biosphere Reserve, China. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, 32: 1655–1662. (JCR-SCIE Q2, IF = 3.179).

14. She YZ, Wu JP*, Zhang Y, et al., 2013. Bioaccumulation of polybrominated diphenyl ethers and several alternative halogenated flame retardants in a small herbivorous food chain. Environmental Pollution, 174: 164–170. (JCR-SCIE Q1, IF = 4.358).

15. Mo L, Wu JP*, Luo XJ, et al., 2013. Dechlorane Plus flame retardant in kingfishers (Alcedo atthis) from an electronic waste recycling site and a reference site in South China: Influence of residue levels on the isomeric compositions. Environmental Pollution, 174: 57–62. (JCR-SCIE Q1, IF = 4.358).

16. Wu JP, She YZ, Zhang Y, et al., 2013. Sex-dependent accumulation and maternal transfer of Dechlorane Plus flame retardant in fish from an electronic waste recycling site in South China. Environmental Pollution, 177: 150–155. (JCR-SCIE Q1, IF = 4.358).

17. Wu JP, Zhang Y, Luo XJ, et al., 2012. DDTs in frogs (Rana limnocharis) from an agricultural site, South China: Tissue distribution, biomagnification, and potential toxic effects assessment. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, 31: 31: 705–711. (JCR-SCIE Q2, IF = 3.179).

18. Wu JP, Zhang Y, Luo XJ, et al., 2012. A review of polybrominated diphenyl ethers and alternative brominated flame retardants in wildlife from China: levels, trends, and bioaccumulation characteristics. Journal of Environmental Sciences, 24, 183–194. (JCR-SCIE Q2, IF = 3.120).

19. Zhang Y, Wu JP*, Luo XJ, et al., 2012. Methylsulfonyl polychlorinated biphenyls in fish from an electronic waste-recycling site in South China: Levels, tissue distribution, and chiral signatures. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, 31: 2507–2512. (JCR-SCIE Q2, IF = 3.179).

20. Mo L, Wu JP*, Luo XJ, et al., 2012. Bioaccumulation of polybrominated diphenyl ethers, decabromodiphenyl ethane and 1,2-bis(2,4,6-tribromophenoxy) ethane flame retardants in kingfishers (Alcedo atthis) from an electronic waste-recycling site in South China. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, 31: 2153–2158. (JCR-SCIE Q2, IF = 3.179).

21. Zheng XB, Wu JP*, Luo XJ, et al., 2012. Halogenated flame retardants in home-produced eggs from an electronic waste recycling region in South China: Levels, composition profiles, and human dietary exposure assessment. Environment International, 45: 122–128. (JCR-SCIE Q1, IF = 7.297).

22. Zhang Y, Wu JP*, Luo XJ, et al., 2011. Tissue distribution of Dechlorane Plus and its dechlorinated analogs in contaminated bottom fish: High affinity to the brain for anti-DP. Environmental Pollution, 159: 3647–3652. (JCR-SCIE Q1, IF = 4.358).

23. Zhang Y, Wu JP*, Luo XJ, et al., 2011. Biota-sediment accumulation factors for Dechlorane Plus in bottom fish from an electronic waste recycling site, South China. Environment International, 37: 1357–1361. (JCR-SCIE Q1, IF = 7.297).

24. Wu JP, Guan YT, Zhang Y, et al., 2011. Several current-use, non-PBDE brominated flame retardants are highly bioaccumulative: Evidence from field determined bioaccumulation factors. Environment International, 37: 210215. (JCR-SCIE Q1, IF = 7.297).

25. Wu JP, Guan YT, Zhang Y, et al., 2010. Trophodynamics of hexabromocyclododecanes and several other non-PBDE brominated flame retardants in a fresh water food web. Environmental Science & Technology, 44: 5490–5495. (JCR-SCIE Q1, IF = 6.653).

26. Wu JP, Zhang Y, Luo XJ, et al., 2010. Isomer-specific bioaccumulation and trophic transfer of Dechlorane Plus in the freshwater food web from a highly contaminated site, South China. Environmental Science & Technology, 44: 606–611. (JCR-SCIE Q1, IF = 6.653).

27. Wu JP, Luo XJ, Zhang Y, et al., 2009. Residues of polybrominated biphenyl ethers in frogs (Rana limnocharis) from a contaminated site, South China: Tissue distribution, biomagnification, and maternal transfer. Environmental Science & Technology, 43: 5212–5217. (JCR-SCIE Q1, IF = 6.653).

28. Wu JP, Luo XJ, Zhang Y, et al., 2009. Biomagnification of polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDEs) and polychlorinated biphenyls in a highly contaminated freshwater food web from South China. Environmental Pollution, 157: 904–909. (JCR-SCIE Q1, IF = 4.358).

29. Wu JP, Luo XJ, Zhang Y, et al., 2008. Bioaccumulation of polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDEs) and polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) in wild aquatic species from an electronic waste (e-waste) recycling site in South China. Environment International, 34: 1109–1113. (JCR-SCIE Q1, IF = 7.297).