梁医 (Liang Yi)

梁医:博士,助理研究员。2008年毕业于南京大学环境学院,获学士学位。2014年毕业于爱荷华大学土木与环境工程系,获博士学位。2014-2017年于爱荷华大学从事博士后研究。2017年进入中国科学院广州地球化学研究所工作。主要研究领域包括新型有机污染物的微生物降解和污染条件下的微生物生态学。

Email: liangyi@gig.ac.cn

 

 

 

代表论文:

  1. Zhou, XY., Liang, Y., Ren, GF., Zheng, KW., Wu, Y., Zeng, XY., Zhong, Y., Yu, ZQ., Peng,. PA., 2020. Biotransformation of tris(2-chloroethyl) phosphate (TCEP) in sediment microcosms and the adaptation of microbial communities to TCEP. Environmental Science & Technology. 54(9): 5489-5497.
  2. Richards, PM.#, Liang, Y.#, Johnson, RL., Mattes, TE.*, 2019. Cryogenic soil coring reveals coexistence of aerobic and anaerobic vinyl chloride degrading bacteria in a chlorinated ethene contaminated aquifer. Water Research. 157: 281-291.
  3. Liang, Y., Liu, X., Singletary, MA., Wang, K., Mattes, TE.*, 2017. Relationships between the abundance and expression of functional genes from vinyl chloride (VC)-degrading bacteria and geochemical parameters at VC-contaminated sites. Environmental Science & Technology. 51(21):12164-12174.
  4. Mattes, TE.*, Ewald, JM., Liang, Y., Martinez, A., Awad, A., Richards, P., Hornbuckle, KC., Schnoor, JL., 2017. PCB dechlorination hotspots and reductive dehalogenase genes in sediments from a contaminated wastewater lagoon. Environmental Science and Pollution Research. 25(17): 16376-16388.
  5. Liang, Y., Cook, LJ., Mattes, TE.*, 2017. Temporal abundance and activity trends of vinyl chloride (VC)-degrading bacteria in a dilute VC plume at Naval Air Station Oceana. Environmental Science and Pollution Research. 24(15): 13760-13774.
  6. Liang, Y., Meggo, R., Hu, D., Schnoor, JL., Mattes, TE.*, 2015. Microbial community analysis of switchgrass planted and unplanted soil microcosms displaying PCB dechlorination. Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology. 99(15):6515-6526.
  7. Liang, Y., Meggo, R., Hu, D., Jin, YO., Schnoor, JL., Mattes, TE.*, 2014. Enhanced polychlorinated biphenyl removal in a switchgrass rhizosphere by bioaugmentation with Burkholderia xenovorans LB400. Ecological Engineering. 71:215-222.
  8. Liang, Y., Martinez, A., Hornbuckle, KC., and Mattes, TE.*, 2014. Potential for polychlorinated biphenyl biodegradation in sediments from Indiana Harbor and Ship Canal. International Biodeterioration and Biodegradation. 89:50-57.