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Name  
LIAO Chunyang
Title  
  N/A
Highest Education  
  Ph.D
Office  
  18 Shuangqing Road, Haidian District, Beijing, China
Phone  
  010-62916113
Zip Code  
  100085
Fax  
  N/A
Email  
  cyliao@rcees.ac.cn

Education and Appointments:

Dr. Chunyang Liao is currently a professor at the Research Center for Eco-Environmental Sciences (RCEES), Chinese Academy of Sciences. He received his Ph.D. degree from the RCEES in 2007, followed by postdoctoral training at the Wadsworth Center, New York State Department of Health from 2009-2013. Thereafter, he became an Assistant Specialist at the University of California, Riverside from 2014-2015. Dr. Liao moved to the current position in June 2015. He is the (co)author of over 70 peer-reviewed journal articles and 2 book chapters. He served as an Editorial Board Member for Environmental Pollution since November 2015. Dr. Liao is a recipient of the Excellent Young Scientist awarded by the NSFC.


Research Interest:

Environmental Occurrence, Metabolism and Transformation, and Toxicity of Emerging Contaminants

Public Services:

2017, Environmental Chemistry Branch of Chinese Society of Environmental Science, China, Member
2016, Current Nanomaterials, Editorial Board Member
2015, Environmental Pollution, Editorial Board Member


Honors:

2015, Excellent Young Scientist, NSFC

Selected Publications:

(1) Wang XY, Hou XW, Hu Y, Zhou QF, Liao CY*, Jiang GB. Synthetic Phenolic Antioxidants and Their Metabolites in Mollusks from the Chinese Bohai Sea: Occurrence, Temporal Trend, and Human Exposure. Environmental Science and Technology. 2018, 52(17), 10124-10133.
(2) Liao CY, Kannan K*. Temporal Trends of Parabens and Their Metabolites in Mollusks from the Chinese Bohai Sea during 2006-2015: Species-Specific Accumulation and Implications for Human Exposure. Environmental Science and Technology. 2018, 52(16), 9045-9055.
(3) Liao CY, Kim UJ, Kannan K*. A Review of Environmental Occurrence, Fate, Exposure, and Toxicity of Benzothiazoles. Environmental Science and Technology. 2018, 52(9), 5007-5026.
(4) Liao CY, Kannan K*. Widespread occurrence of benzophenone-type UV light filters in personal care products from China and the United States: an assessment of human exposure. Environmental Science and Technology. 2014, 48(7), 4103-4109.
(5) Liao CY, Lee SG, Moon HB, Yamashita N, Kannan K*. Parabens in Sediment and Sewage Sludge from the United States, Japan, and Korea: Spatial Distribution and Temporal Trends. Environmental Science and Technology. 2013, 47(19), 10895-10902.
(6) Liao CY, Liu F, Kannan K*. Occurrence of and Dietary Exposure to Parabens in Foodstuffs from the United States. Environmental Science and Technology. 2013, 47(8), 3918-3925.
(7) Liao CY, Liu F, Moon HB, Yamashita N, Yun SH, Kannan K*. Bisphenol analogues in sediments from industrialized areas in the United States, Japan, and Korea: spatial and temporal distributions. Environmental Science and Technology. 2012, 46(21), 11558-11565.
(8) Liao CY, Liu F, Guo Y, Moon HB, Nakata H, Wu Q, Kannan*. Occurrence of eight bisphenol analogues in indoor dust from the United States and several Asian countries: implications for human exposure. Environmental Science and Technology. 2012, 46(16), 9138-9145.
(9) Liao CY, Liu F, Alomirah H, Loi VD, Mohd MA, Moon HB, Nakata H, Kannan K*. Bisphenol S in urine from the United States and seven Asian countries: occurrence and human exposures. Environmental Science and Technology. 2012, 46(12), 6860-6866.
(10) Liao CY, Liu F, Kannan K*. Bisphenol S, a new bisphenol analogue, in paper products and currency bills and its association with bisphenol A residues. Environmental Science and Technology. 2012, 46(12), 6515-6522.
(11) Liao CY, Kannan K*. Determination of free and conjugated forms of bisphenol A in human urine and serum by liquid chromatography-tandem mass spectrometry. Environmental Science and Technology. 2012, 46(9), 5003-5009.
(12) Liao CY, Kannan K*. Widespread occurrence of bisphenol A in paper and paper products: implications for human exposure. Environmental Science and Technology. 2011, 45(21), 9372-9379.
(13) Liao CY, Kannan K*. High levels of bisphenol A in paper currencies from several countries, and implications for dermal exposure. Environmental Science and Technology. 2011, 45(16), 6761-6768.
(14) Liao CY, Wang T, Cui L, Zhou QF, Duan SM, Jiang GB*. Changes in synaptic transmission, calcium current and neurite growth by perfluorinated compounds are dependent on the chain length and functional group. Environmental Science and Technology. 2009, 43, 2099-2104.
(15) Liao CY, Li XY, Wu B, Duan SM*, Jiang GB*. Acute enhancement of synaptic transmission and chronic inhibition of synaptogenesis induced by perfluorooctane sulfonate through mediation of voltage-dependent calcium channel. Environmental Science and Technology. 2008, 42, 5335-5341.

 


Supported Projects:

(1) Environmental Pollution and Health, NSFC, 2016/01-2018/12
(2) Neural Development Toxicity and Molecular Mechanism of Nanoscale Metal-organic Frameworks, NSFC, 2017/01-2020/12

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