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黄铭洪

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Professor Wong is currently Distinguished Visiting Professor of School of Environmental Science and Engineering, Southern University of Science and Technology; and Emeritus Professor of Biology, Hong Kong Baptist University.

Professor Wong served as the Coordinator of Central and North-East Asia of the project “Regionally based assessment of Persistent Toxic Substances”, and as a Panel Member (of three experts) of another project “Chemicals Management Issues of developing countries and countries with economies in transition”, both sponsored by UNEP/GEF, during 2001-2003, and 2010-2012, respectively.

Professor Wong has published over 650 SCI papers and 32 book chapters, edited 25 books/special issues of scientific journals, and has successfully filed 5 patents. He is currently the Editor-in-Chief of Environmental Geochemistry and Health (Springer).


RESEARCH INTERESTS
1. Environmental and health risk assessments of persistent toxic substances
2. Ecological restoration of contaminated sites
3. Use of food waste for safe and quality fish production

 

EDUCATION
1970-1973 PhD University of Durham, UK, Applied Ecology
1968-1969 MSc University of Durham, UK, Ecology
1964-1968 BSc The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Biology

 

WORK EXPERIENCE
2017-present Advisor of Environmental Science, The Education University of Hong Kong
2013-2017   Research Chair Professor of Environmental Science, same as above
1986-2013   Principal Lecturer/Reader/Chair Professor, Hong Kong Baptist University
1973-1985   Lecturer/Senior Lecturer, The Chinese University of Hong Kong

 

VISITING APPOINTMENTS
2018-2019 Specially Appointed Professor, Division of Environmental Science and Engineering, Korea University, Seoul, Korea
2013-2018 Adjunct Professor, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
2013-2017 Visiting Professor, School of Energy and Environment, Peking University Shenzhen Graduate School
2008-2013 Honorary Dean/Distinguished Professor, School of Environmental Science and Engineering, Zhejiang A&F University, Lin’an

 

HONORS AND AWARDS
2016 Milton Gordon Award for Excellence in Phytoremediation, International Phytotechnology Society
2013 Emeritus Professor of Biology, Hong Kong Baptist University
2004 Doctor of Science (DSc), University of Strathclyde, UK (based on papers published 1991-2003)
2000 Royal Society Visiting Fellow, Royal Society, UK
1997 Croucher Senior Fellow, Croucher Foundation, Hong Kong
1992 Doctor of Science (DSc), University of Durham, UK (based on papers published 1977-1991)
 

RESEARCH INTERESTS
1. Environmental and health risk assessments of persistent toxic substances
2. Ecological restoration of contaminated sites
3. Use of food waste for safe and quality fish production

COURSES:

1. Sources, health impacts and management of food contaminants.
2. Ecological restoration.

PUBLICATIONS (SELECTED)

Environmental and health risk assessments of persistent toxic substances
1. Wang W, Leung AOW, Chu LH, Wong MH* (2018).   Phthalates contamination in China: Status, trends and human exposure-with an emphasis on oral intake. Environmental Pollution (accepted).
2. Ye BS, Leung AOW, Wong MH* (2017). The association of environmental toxicants and autism spectrum disorders in children. Environmental Pollution 227: 234-42.
3. Man YB, Chow KL, Xing GH, Chan JKY, Wu SC, Wong MH* (2017). A pilot study on health risk assessment based on body loadings of PCBs of lactating mothers at Taizhou, China, the world's major site for recycling transformers. Environmental Pollution 227: 364-71.
4. Wu F, Liu X, Wang W, Man YB, Chan CY, Liu W, Tao S, Wong MH* (2015). Characterization of particulate-bound PAHs in rural households using different types of domestic energy in Henan Province, China. Science of Total Environment 536: 840-46.
5. Chen ZJ, Liu HY, Cheng Z, Man YB, Zhang KS, Wei W, Du J, Wong MH* (2015). Wang HS.  Polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDEs) in human samples of mother–newborn pairs in South China and their placental transfer characteristics. Environment International 73: 77-84.
6. Wu F, Wang W, Man YB, Chan CY, Liu W, Tao S, Wong MH* (2015). Levels of PM2.5/PM10 and associated metal(loid)s in rural households of Henan Province, China. Science of Total Environment 512-13: 194-200.
7. Man YB, Chan JKY, Wang HS, Wu SC, Wong MH* (2014). DDTs in mothers' milk, placenta and hair, and health risk assessment for infants at two coastal and inland cities in China. Environment International 65: 73-82.
8. Wang HS, Chen ZJ, Cheng Z, Du J, Man YB, Leung HM, Giesy JP, Wong CKC, Wong MH* (2014). Aquaculture-derived enrichment of HCHs and DDTs in coastal sediments of Hong Kong and adjacent mainland China. Science of Total Environment. 466-467: 214-20.
9. Wang W, Wu F, Zheng J, Wong MH* (2013). Risk assessments of PAHs and Hg exposure via settled house dust and street dust, linking with their correlations in human hair. Journal of Hazardous Materials 263: 627-37.
10. Wang W, Wu FY, Huang MJ, Kang Y, Cheung KC, Wong MH* (2013) Size fraction effect on phthalate esters accumulation, bioaccessibility and in vitro cytotoxicity of indoor/outdoor dust, and risk assessment of human exposure. Journal of Hazardous Materials 261: 753-62.
11. Man YB, Kang Y, Wang HS, Lau W, Li H, Sun XL, Giesy JP, Chow KL, Wong MH* (2013) Cancer risk assessments of Hong Kong soils contaminated by polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons. Journal of Hazardous Materials 261: 770-6.
12. Chan JKY, Wong MH* (2013) A review of environmental fate, body burdens, and human health risk assessment of PCDD/Fs at two typical electronic waste recycling sites in China. Science of Total Environment 463-464: 1111-23.
13. Cheng Z, Nie XP, Wang HS, Wong MH* (2013) Risk assessments of human exposure to bioaccessible phthalate esters through market fish consumption. Environment International 57-58: 75-80
14. Liu JL, Wong MH* (2013) Pharmaceuticals and personal care products (PPCPs): A review on environmental contamination in China. Environment International 59: 208-24.
15. Shao DD, Wu SC, Liang P, Kang Y, Fu WJ, Zhao KL, Cao ZH, Wong MH* (2012) A human health risk assessment of mercury species in soil and food around compact fluorescent lamp factories in Zhejiang province, PR China. Journal of Hazardous Materials 221-222: 28-34.
16. Kang Y, Man YB, Cheung KC, Wong MH* (2012) Risk assessment of human exposure to bioaccessible phthalate esters via indoor dust around the Pearl River Delta. Environmental Science & Technology 46: 8422-30
17. Huang YQ, Wong CKC, Zheng JS, Bouwman H, Barra R, Wahlstrom B, Neretin L, Wong MH* (2012) Bisphenol A (BPA) in China: A review of sources, environmental levels, and potential human health impacts Environment International 42: 91-9.
18. Man YB, Lopez BN, Wang HS, Leung AOW, Wong MH* (2011) Cancer risk assessment of polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDEs) and polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) in former agricultural soils in Hong Kong. Journal of Hazardous Materials 195: 92-9.
19. Qin YY, Leung CKC, Lin CK, Leung AOW, Wang HS, Giesy JP, Wong MH* (2011). Halogenated POPs and PAHs in blood plasma of Hong Kong residents. Environmental Science & Technology 45: 1630-7.
20. Tsang HL, Wu SC, Leung CKM, Tao S, Wong MH* (2011) Body burden of POPs of Hong Kong residents, based on human milk, maternal and cord serum. Environment International 37:142-51.
21. Kang Y, Cheung KC, Wong MH* (2010) Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) in different indoor dusts and their potential cytotoxicity based on two human cell lines. Environment International 36: 542-7.
22. Man YB, Sun XL, Zhao YG, Lopez BN, Chung SS, Wu SC, Cheung KC, Wong MH* (2010) Health risk assessment of abandoned agricultural soils based on heavy metal contents in Hong Kong, the world's most populated city. Environment International 36: 570–6.
23. Tsang HL, SC Wu, CKC Wong, CKM Leung, S Tao, MH Wong* (2009). Risk assessment of PCDD/Fs levels in human tissues related to major food items based on chemical analyses and micro-EROD assay. Environment International 35: 1040-7.
24. Xing GH, JKY Chan, A Leung, SC Wu, MH Wong* (2009) Environmental impact and human exposure to PCBs in Guiyu, an electronic waste recycling site in China. Environment International 35: 76-82.
25. Leung AOW, NS Duzgoren-Aydin, KC Cheung, MH Wong* (2008). Heavy metals concentrations of surface dust from e-waste recycling and its human health implications in southeast China. Environmental Science & Technology 42: 2674-80.
26. Zheng GJ, AOW Leung, PJ Li, MH Wong* (2008). Polychlorinated dibenzo-p-dioxins and dibenzofurans pollution in China: Sources, environmental levels and potential human health impacts. Environment International 34: 1050-61.
27. Chan JKY, GH Xing, Y Yu, Y Liang, LX Chen, SC Wu, CKC Wong, CKM Leung, MH Wong* (2007). Body loadings and health risk assessment of polychlorinated dibenzo-p-dioxins and dibenzofurans at an intensive electronic waste recycling site in China. Environmental Science & Technology 41: 7668-74.
28. Leung AOW, WJ Luksemburg, AS Wong, MH Wong* (2007). Spatial distribution of polybrominated diphenyl ethers and polychlorinated dibenzo-p-dioxins and dibenzofurans in soil and combusted residue at Guiyu, an electronic waste recycling site in southeast China. Environmental Science & Technology 41:2730-7.
29. Wong MH*, SC Wu, WJ Deng, XZ Yu, Q Luo, AOW Leung, CSC Wong, WJ Lukesmburg, AS Wong (2007). Export of toxic chemicals – A review of the case of uncontrolled electronic-waste recycling. Environmental Pollution 149:131-40.
30. Deng WJ, JS Zheng, XH Bi, JM Fu, MH Wong* (2007). Distribution of PBDEs in air particles from an electronic waste recycling site compared with Guangzhou and Hong Kong, South China. Environment International 33: 1063-9.

Ecological restoration of contaminated sites

1. Li WC, Deng H, Wong MH* (2017). Effects of Fe plaque and organic acids on metal uptake by wetland plants under drained and waterlogged conditions. Environmental Pollution, 231, 732-741.
2. Chen XW, Wong JTF, Leung AOW, Ng CWW, Wong MH* (2017). Comparison of plant and bacterial communities between a subtropical landfill topsoil 15 years after restoration and a natural area. Waste Management 63: 49-57.
3. Feng NX, Yu J, Zhao HM, Cheng YT, Mo CH, Cai QY, Li YW, Li H, Wong MH* (2017). Efficient phytoremediation of organic contaminants in soils using plant–endophyte partnerships. Science of Total Environment 583: 352-68.
4. Li H, Luo N, Li YW, Cai QY, Li HY, Mo CH, Wong MH* (2017). Cadmium in rice: Transport mechanisms, influencing factors, and minimizing measures. Environmental Pollution 224: 622-30.
5. Chow KL, Man YB, Tam NFY, Liang Y, Wong MH* (2017). Removal of decabromodiphenyl ether (BDE-209) using a combined system involving TiO 2 photocatalysis and wetland plants. Journal of Hazardous Materials 322: 263-9.
6. Chow KL, Man YB, Tam NFY, Liang Y, Wong MH* (2016). Removal of decabromodiphenyl ether (BDE-209) using a combined system involving TiO2 photocatalysis and wetland plants. Journal of Hazardous Materials 322, 263-9.
7. Chow KL, Man, YB, Tam NFY, Liang Y, Wong MH* (2015). Uptake and transport mechanisms of decabromodiphenyl ether (BDE-209) by rice (Oryza sativa). Chemosphere, 119: 1262-67.
8. Chan WF, Li H, Wu FY, Wu SC, Wong MH* (2013). Arsenic uptake in upland rice inoculated with a combination or single arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi. Journal of Hazardous Materials 262: 1116-22.
9. Liang P, Li YC, Zhang C, Wu SC, Cui HJ, Yu S, Wong MH* (2013) Effects of salinity and humic acid on the sorption of Hg on Fe and Mn hydroxides. Journal of Hazardous Materials 15: 322-8.
10. Li H, Man YB, Ye ZH, Wu C, Wu SC, Wong MH* (2013) Do arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi affect arsenic accumulation and speciation in rice with different radial oxygen loss? Journal of Hazardous Materials 262: 1098-104.
11. Liang P, Lam CL, Wang HS, Shi JB, Wu SC, Wang WX, Zhang J, Wang HL, Wong MH* (2013) Formation and distribution of methylmercury in sediments on a mariculture site: A mesocosm study. Journal of Soil & Sediment 13: 1301-8.
12. Li WC, Wong MH* (2012) Interaction of Cd/Zn hyperacumulating plant (Sedum alfredii) and rhizosphere bacteria on metal uptake and removal of phenanthrene. Journal of Hazardous Materials 209/210: 421-33.
13. Li H, Wu C, Ye ZH, Wu SC, Wu FY, Wong MH* (2011) Uptake kinetics of different arsenic species in lowland and upland rice colonized with Glomus intraradices. Journal of Hazardous Materials 194: 414-21.
14. Li H, Ye ZH, Chan WF, Chen XW, Wu FY, Wu SC, Wong MH* (2011) Can arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi improve grain yield, As uptake and tolerance of rice grown under aerobic conditions? Environmental Pollution 159: 2537-45.
15. Yu XZ, Wu SC, Wu FY, Wong MH* (2011) Enhanced dissipation of PAHs from soil using mycorrhizal ryegrass and PAH-degrading bacteria. Journal of Hazardous Materials 186: 1206-17.
16. Wu C, Ye ZH, Shu WS, Zhu YG, Wong MH* (2011) Arsenic accumulation and speciation in rice are affected by root aeration and variation of genotypes. Journal of Experimental Botany 62: 2889-98.
17. Wu FY, Yu XZ, Wu SC, Wong MH* (2011) Phenanthrene and pyrene uptake by arbuscular mycorrhizal maize and their dissipation in soil. Journal of Hazardous Materials 187: 341-7.
18. Leung HM, Wu FY, Cheung KC, Ye ZH, Wong MH* (2010) Synergistic effects of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi and phosphate rock on heavy metal uptake and accumulation by an arsenic hyperaccumulator. Journal of Hazardous Materials 181: 497-507.
19. Gao Y, Wu SC, Yu XZ, Wong MH* (2010) Dissipation gradients of phenanthrene and pyrene in the rice rhizosphere. Environmental Pollution 158: 2596-603.
20. Deng D, Wu SC, Wu FY, Deng H, Wong MH* (2010) Effects of root anatomy and Fe plaque on arsenic uptake by rice seedlings grown in solution culture. Environmental Pollution 158: 2589-95.
21. Li WC, Ye ZH, Wong MH* (2010) Metal mobilization and production of short-chain organic acids by rhizosphere bacteria associated with a Cd/Zn hyperaccumulating plant, Sedum alfredii. Plant & Soil 326: 453-67.
22. Wu FY, Bi YL, Leung HM, Ye ZH, Lin XG, Wong MH* (2010) Accumulation of As, Pb, Zn, Cd and Cu and arbuscular mycorrhizal status in populations of Cynodon dactylon grown on metal-contaminated soils. Applied Soil Ecology 44: 213-8.
23. Wu SC, XL Peng, KC Cheung, SL Liu, MH Wong* (2009). Adsorption kinetics of Pb and Cd by two plant growth promoting rhizobacteria. Bioresource Technology 100: 4559-63.
24. Liu Y, HB Wang, MH Wong*, ZH Ye* (2009). The role of arsenate reductase and superoxide dismutase in As accumulation in four Pteris species. Environment International 35: 491-5.
25. Wu FY, HM Leung, SC Wu, ZH Ye, MH Wong* (2009). Variation in arsenic, lead and zinc tolerance and accumulation in six populations of Pteris vittata L. from China. Environmental Pollution 157: 2394-404.
26. Lou LQ, ZH Ye*, MH Wong* (2009). A comparison of arsenic tolerance, uptake and accumulation between arsenic hyperaccumulator, Pteris vittata L. and non-accumulator, P. semipinnata L. - A hydroponic study. Journal of Hazardous Materials 171: 436-42.
27. Deng H, ZH Ye, MH Wong* (2009) Lead, zinc and iron (Fe2+) tolerances in wetland plants and relation to root anatomy and spatial pattern of ROL. Environmental & Experimental Botany 65: 353-62.
28. Cheung KC, JY Zhang, HH Deng, YK Ou, HM Leung, SC Wu, MH Wong* (2008). Interaction of higher plant (jute), electrofused bacteria and mycorrhiza on anthracene biodegradation. Bioresource Technology 99: 2148-55.
29. Li WC, ZH Ye, MH Wong* (2007). Effects of bacteria on enhanced metal uptake of the Cd/Zn -hyperaccumulating plant, Sedum alfredii. Journal of Experimental Botany 58: 4173-82.
30. Cao WZ, MH Wong* (2007). Current status of coastal zone issues and management in China: a review. Environment International 33: 985-92.


Use of food wastes for safe and quality fish production

1. Mo WY, Man YB, Wong MH* (2018). Use of food waste, fish waste and food processing waste for China's aquaculture industry: Needs and challenge. Science of Total Environment 613–614: 635-43.
2. Wong MH (2017). Chemical pollution and seafood safety, with a focus on mercury: The case of Pearl River Delta, South China. Environmental Technology Innovation 7:63-76.
3. Mo WY, Lun CHI, Choi WM, Man YB, Wong MH* (2016). Enhancing growth and non-specific immunity of grass carp and Nile tilapia by incorporating Chinese herbs (Astragalus membranaceus and Lycium barbarum) into food waste based pellets. Environmental Pollution 219: 475-82.
4. Mo WY, Lau RSS, Kwok ACK, Wong MH* (2016). Use of soybean meal and papain to partially replace animal protein for culturing three marine fish species: Fish growth and water quality. Environmental Pollution 219: 815-20.
5. Wong MH*, Mo WY, Choi WM, Cheng Z, Man YB (2016). Recycle food wastes into high quality fish feeds for safe and quality fish production. Environmental Pollution 219:631-8.
6. Chen RZ, Wong MH* (2016). Integrated wetlands for food production. Environmental Research 148: 429-42.
7. Choi WM, Lam CL, Mo WY, Wong MH* (2016). The use of food wastes as feed ingredients for culturing grass carp (Ctenopharyngodon idellus) in Hong Kong. Environmental Science & Pollution Research 23:7178-85.
8. Cheng Z, Mo WY, Nie XP, Li KB, Choi WM, Man YB, Wong MH* (2016). The use of food waste-based diets and Napier grass to culture grass carp: growth performance and contaminants contained in cultured fish. Environmental Science & Pollution Research 23:7204-10.
9. Choi WM, Lam WY, Mo WY, Wong MH* (2016). Upgrading food wastes by means of bromelain and papain to enhance growth and immunity of grass carp (Ctenopharyngodon idella). Environmental Science & Pollution Research 23:7186-94.
10. Cheng Z, Li HH, Wang HS, Zhu XM, Sthiannopkao S, Kim KW, Yasin MSM, Hashim JH, Wong MH* (2016). Dietary exposure and human risk assessment of phthalate esters based on total diet study in Cambodia. Environmental Research 150: 423-30.
11. Cheng Z, Mo WY, Lam CL, Choi WM, Wong MH* (2015). Replacing fish meal by food waste to produce lower trophic level fish containing acceptable levels of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons: Health risk assessments. Science of Total Environment 523: 253-61.
12. Choi WM, Lam CL, Mo WY, Wong MH* (2015). The use of food wastes as feed ingredients for culturing grass carp (Ctenopharyngodon idellus) in Hong Kong. Environmental Science & Pollution Research DOI: 10.1007/s11356-015-5465-8.
13. Cheng Z, Mo WY, Man YB, Nie XP, Li KB, Wong MH* (2015). Replacing fish meal by food waste in feed pellets to culture lower trophic level fish containing acceptable levels of organochlorine pesticides: Health risk assessments. Environment International 73: 22-7.
14. Liang P, Feng XB, Zhang C, Zhang J, Cao YC, You QZ, Leung OW Anna, Wong MH* (2015). Human exposure to mercury in a compact fluorescent lamp manufacturing area: By food (rice and fish) consumption and occupational exposure. Environmental Pollution 198: 126-32.
15. Choi WM, Lam WY, Mo WY, Wong MH* (2015). Upgrading food wastes by means of bromelain and papain to enhance growth and immunity of grass carp (Ctenopharyngodon idella). Environmental Science & Pollution Research DOI 10.1007/s11356-015-4863-2
16. Mo WY, Cheng Z, Choi WM, Lun CHI, Man YB, Wong JTF, Chen XW, Lau SCK, Wong MH* (2015). Use of food waste as fish feeds: effects of prebiotic fibers (inulin and mannanoligosaccharide) on growth and non-specific immunity of grass carp (Ctenopharyngodon idella) Environmental Science & Pollution Research 22:17663–71.
17. Choi WM, Lam CL, Mo WY, Cheng Z, Mak NK, Bian, ZX, Wong MH* (2014). Effects of the modified Huanglian Jiedu decoction on the disease resistance in grey mullet (Mugil cephalus) to Lactococcus garvieae. Marine Pollution Bulletin 85: 816-23.
18. Choi WM, Mo WY, Wu SC, Mak NK, Bian ZX, Wong MH* (2014) Effects of traditional Chinese medicines (TCM) on the immune response of grass carp (Ctenopharyngodon idellus). Aquaculture International 22: 361-77.
19. Mo WY, Cheng Z, Choi WM, Man YB, Liu YH, Wong MH* (2014). Application of food waste based diets in polyculture of low trophic level fish: Effects on fish growth, water quality and plankton density. Marine Pollution Bulletin 85: 803-09.
20. Wang HS, Chen ZJ, Cheng Z, Du J, Man YB, Leung HM, Giesy JP, Wong CKC, Wong MH* (2014). Aquaculture-derived enrichment of HCHs and DDTs in coastal sediments of Hong Kong and adjacent mainland China. Science of Total Environment 466-467: 214-20.
21. Cheng Z, Nie XP, Wang HS, Wong MH* (2013) Risk assessments of human exposure to bioaccessible phthalate esters through market fish consumption. Environment International 57-58: 75-80.
22. Wang HS, Xu WF, Chen ZJ, Cheng Z, Ge LC, Man YB, Giesy JP, Du J, Wong CKC, Wong MH* (2013) In vitro estimation of exposure of Hong Kong residents to mercury and methylmercury via consumption of market fishes. Journal of Hazardous Materials 248-9: 387-93.
23. Wang HS, Du J, Ho KL, Leung HM, Lam MHW, Giesy JP, Wong CKC, Wong MH* (2011) Exposure of Hong Kong residents to PBDEs and their structural analogues through market fish consumption. Journal of Hazardous Materials 192: 374-80.
24. Cheung KC, JS Zheng, HM Leung, MH Wong* (2008). Exposure to polybrominated diphenyl ethers associated with consumption of marine and freshwater fish in Hong Kong. Chemosphere 70:1707-20.

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