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kun-lu_mass-spec

Kun Lu, Ph.D.

Principle Investigator 

B.E. Beijing University of Chemical Technology
Ph.D. University of North Carolina
Email: kunlu@unc.edu

 

Liang Chi, B.S.

Graduate Student 

B.S.  Lanzhou University
Project: The role of gut microbiome in metal toxicity
Email: Email: liang16@live.unc.edu

 

Pengcheng Tu, B.S.

Graduate Student

B.S. Zhejiang University
Project: Interaction between infection and environmental exposure
Email: ptu@live.unc.edu

 

Yunjia Lai, M.S.

Graduate Student 

B.S. Huazhong Agriculture University
Project: Gut-brain interactions and associated signaling
Email: lai7@live.unc.edu

 

Jingchuan Xue, PhD

Postdoctoral Associate   

PhD. University at Albany, SUNY
Project: Exposome mapping with high-resolution mass spectrometry
Email: xuejc@email.unc.edu

 

Chih-Wei Liu, PhD

Postdoctoral Associate   

PhD. National Chung Hsing University
Project: Quantitative proteomics and DNA adduct analysis
Email: ericleah@email.unc.edu 

 

Cao Fang

Undergraduate Student  

Department of Environmental Sciences and Engineering
Project: Exposomics analysis of human preterm birth cohorts
Email: fangcao@live.unc.edu

 

Previous Members 

Ridwan Mahbub

Graduate Student

B.S. University of Georgia
M.S. University of Georgia
Project: Nicotine-gut Microbiome Interaction

 

Robert Crider

Undergraduate Student

B.S. University of Georgia
Project: Identification of compounds by GC-mass spectrometry

 

Erika Kim

Undergraduate Student

B.S. University of Georgia
Project: Measurement of DNA adducts by oxidative stress

 

Xiaoming Bian, PhD 

Graduate Student 

B.S. Shandong Agricultural University
Project: Health effects of artificial sweeteners
Email: bxmroly@uga.edu

 

Bei Gao, PhD

Graduate Student  

B.S. Dalian Polytechnic University
Project: Functional interactions between gut microbiome and pesticides
Email: bgao@uga.edu

 

Jiapeng Leng, PhD 

Postdoctoral Associate

PhD: Chinese Academy of Science
Project: Formaldehyde-induced DNA adducts
Email: lengjp@mit.edu