张丽娟

最高学历:博士

 办公室:E-209

 E-mail:zhanglj@pkusz.edu.cn

教育经历:

2012.08 – 2017.01  新加坡国立大学   化学学院 理学博士

2009.09 – 2012.07  北京大学      环境与能源学院   理学硕士 

2005.09 – 2009.07  北京工业大学   环境与能源工程学院  工学学士 
科研项目:
1. 国家自然科学基金(青年基金),51809004,水体汞生物甲基化受喹诺酮类抗生素胁迫的细胞C1代谢通路,22万元,2019.01-2020.12,在研,负责人

2. 中国博士后科学基金(面上项目),2018M631267,典型喹诺酮类抗生素暴露下汞甲基化微生物的碳代谢通路,5万元,2018.05-2019.05,在研,负责人
学术论著:
  • Zhang, L. J. & Tao, H. C. (2019). Bioelectro-Fenton system for environmental pollutant degradation, in Bioelectrochemistry stimulated environmental remediation. (Editors: Wang, A. J., Liang, B., Li, Z. L. & Cheng, H. Y.). Springer Nature, Singapore, 245-268.
期刊论文:
  • Zhang, L. J., Li, F. Y. S. & Tao, H. C. (2019). Toxicity assessment of copper by electrochemically active bacteria in wastewater. Environmental Geochemistry and Health. 41, 81-91.
  • Zhang, L. J., Zhang, X., Liang, H. F., Xie, Y. & Tao, H. C. (2018). Ammonium removal by a novel magnetically modified excess sludge. Clean Technologies and Environmental Policy, 20, 2181-2189.
  • Zhang, L. J., Ong, J., Liu, J. Y. & Li, S. F. Y. (2017). Enzymatic electrosynthesis of formate from CO2 reduction in a hybrid biofuel cell system. Renewable Energy, 108, 581-588.
  • Zhang, L. J., Liu, J. Y., Ong, J. & Li, S. F. Y. (2016). Specific and sustainable bioelectro-reduction of carbon dioxide to formate on a novel enzymatic cathode. Chemosphere, 162, 228-234.
  • Zhang, L. J., Yin, X. J., & Li, S. F. Y. (2015). Bio-electrochemical degradation of paracetamol in a microbial fuel cell-Fenton system. Chemical Engineering Journal, 276: 185-192.
  • Zhang, L. J., Gao, Y., Lai, L. K., & Li, S. F. Y. (2015). Whole-cell-based identification of electrochemically active bacteria in microbial fuel cells by matrix-assisted laser desorption/ionization time-of-flight mass spectrometry. Rapid Communication in Mass Spectrometry, 29, 1-8.
  • Zhang, L. J., Tao, H. C., Wei, X. Y., Lei, T., Li, J. B., Wang, A. J., & Wu, W. M. (2012). Bioelectrochemical recovery of ammonia-copper(II) complexes from wastewater using a dual chamber microbial fuel cell. Chemosphere, 89(10), 1177-1182.