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    Yu-Feng Li

      Yu-Feng LI, Associate Professor, PhD
      Chinese Academy of Sciences Key Lab for Biomedical Effects of
      Nanomaterials and Nanosafety, 
      Institute of High Energy Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS). 

    Dr. Yu-Feng Li earned his Ph.D. in particle physics and nuclear physics from the University of Chinese Academy of Sciences in 2007. He is the associate professor at Institute of High Energy Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences. Dr. Li is the Member of Special Committee on Heavy Metals under Chinese Environmental Science Society, Member of Special Committee on Atomic Spectroscopy and Techniques, Member of Special Committee on Nanotoxicology under Chinese Society on Toxicology and Member of Trace Element Committe under Chinese Biophysical Society. Dr. Li was the winner of Lu Jiaxi Award for young investigator, Chinese Academy of Sciences, and Qimingxing young talent Award, Beijing Branch, Chinese Academy of Sciences and member of Youth Innovation Promotion Association, Chinese Academy of Sciences. He has first-authored or co-authored over 70 peer-viewed journal articles, editors of two books and 7 book chapters. He held 2 Chinese patents and was granted by National Natural Science Foundation and Ministry of Science and Technology.

    Research Interests
    (1) The environmental safety and Health of heavy metals and nanomaterials;

    (2) Metallomics, nanometallomics and the application of synchrotron radiation;

    Recent Publications
    [1] Cui LW, Zhao JT, Chen JY, Zhang W, Gao YX, Li B, Li Y-F*. Translocation and transformation of selenium in hyperaccumulator plant Cardamine enshiensis from Enshi, Hubei, China. Plant Soil. 2018, 425(1-2): 577-588

    [2] Xu XH, Li Y-F*, Zhao JT, Li YY, Lin J, Li B, Gao YX, Chen CY. Nanomaterials-based approaches for the detection and speciation of mercury. Analyst, 2015, 140: 7841-7853

    [3] Li YY, Li Y-F*, Zhao JT, Gao YX, Chen CY. Accumulation and transformation of nanomaterials in ecological model organisms investigated by synchrotron radiation techniques. J. Anal. At. Spectrom., 2015, 30: 2038-2047

    [4] Li Y-F*, Zhao JT, Qu Y, Gao YX, Guo Z, Liu Z, Zhao YL, Chen CY. Synchrotron radiation techniques for nanotoxicology. Nanomed. Nanotechnol. Biol. Med., 2015, 11(6): 1531-1549

    [5] Li Y-F*, Zhao JT, Li YY, Li HJ, Zhang JF, Li B, Gao YX, Chen CY, Luo MY, Huang R, Li J. The concentration of selenium matters: A field study on mercury accumulation in rice by selenite treatment in Qingzhen, Guizhou, China. Plant Soil, 2015, 391(1-2): 195-205

    [6] Li Y-F, Gao YX, Chai ZF, Chen CY. Nanometallomics: An emerging field studying the biological effects of metal-related nanomaterials. Metallomics, 2014, 6(2): 220-232.

    [7] Xing XQ, Du R, Li Y-F, Li B, Cai Q, Mo G, Gong Y, Chen Z, Wu ZH. Structural change of human hair induced by mercury exposure. Environ. Sci. Technol., 2013, 47(19): 11214–11220.

    [8] Chen CY, Li Y-F, Qu Y, Chai ZF, Zhao YL, Advanced nuclear analytical and related techniques for the growing challenges in nanotoxicology. Chem. Soc. Rev. 2013, 42 (21): 8266 – 8303.

    [9] Li Y-F, Dong ZQ, Chen CY, Li B, Gao YX, Qu LY, Wang TC, Fu X, Zhao YL, Chai ZF. Organic selenium supplementation increases mercury excretion and decreases oxidative damage in long-term mercury-exposed residents from Wanshan, China. Environ. Sci. Technol. 2012, 46: 11313-11318

    [10] Li Y-F, Chen CY. Fate and toxicological kinetics of metallic or metal-containing nanoparticles for biomedical applications. Small, 2011, 7(21): 2965-2980. 

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