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Environmental & Analytical Toxicology

ISSN: 2161-0525

Open Access

Editor-in-Chief

Aijie Wang

Aijie Wang

Editor-in-Chief
Professor, Department of Environmental Science & Engineering
Harbin Institute of Technology, China

Biography

Aijie Wang is a Director of International Joint Institute of Environment bioenergy, Harbin Institute of Technology, China. Professor, State Key Laboratory of Urban Water Resource and Environment, China. Adjunct Professor, Oklahoma University, USA. She has received a PhD in Environmental Engineering from Harbin Institute of Technology, China and Postdoc in Michigan State University, USA. She received 3 National Science Technology Awards and 4 provincial Science Technology Awards in the field of wastewater treatment and bioenergy. She is serving as an editorial board member of reputed journals e.g. Applied Environmental Microbiology. Guest Editor of International Journal of Environment and Pollution, and reviewer of 7 journals Environmental Science Technology, Applied Environmental Microbiology, Bioresource Technology, Journal of Hazardous Marterial, et al.

Research Interest

Waste water or waste cascade bioconversion and waste-to-bioenergy, Novel technologies and principles for swage or wastewater biotreatment, On-line or off-line activated sludge reduction and sludge-to-biochar technologies.

Ken ichiro Inoue

Ken ichiro Inoue

Editor-in-Chief
Professor
University of Shizuoka, School of Nursing, Japan

Biography

Ken-ichiro Inoue is Professor in School of Nursing, Shizuoka University, Japan. He received a PhD in Kyoto Prefectural University of Medicine in, 2004. He has graduated Yamanashi Medical College (1995). He received “Young Investigator Award” from Japan Respiratory Association, Japan Hygiene Association. He is serving as an editorial board member of journals.

Research Interest

Environmental Immunotoxicology, Allergology, Toxicity of environmental chemicals.

Manoj K Shukla

Manoj K Shukla

Editor-in-Chief
Associate Professor of Environmental Soil Physics, Plant and Environmental Sciences Department
New Mexico State University, USA

Biography

Dr. Manoj K Shukla is an Associate Professor of Environmental Soil Physics at New Mexico State University, US. He is a recipient of NACTA teaching Award of Excellence, Patricia Christmore faculty Teaching Award, and Water Resources Team Award. He has served as an Associate Editor and Editorial board member of Soil Science Society America Journal. Currently, he serves on the editorial board of Journal of Agriculture Science and Technology, as Vice-Chair of regional coordination committee for trickle irrigation, as a chair of Awards Committee, and Howard Hughes scholar program. He serves/served as chair for several students graduated with a master’s/PhD degree from NMSU. He teaches environmental soil physics, advanced soil physics, and contaminant transport modeling. His research interests are related mostly to soil physics, water, solute and dust transport and its impact on environmental quality and human health. He has co-authored two books and published 54 peer-reviewed journal articles, several research reports, and book chapters.

Research Interest

Dr. Manoj K Shukla research interests are related mostly to soil physics, water, solute and dust transport and its impact on environmental quality and human health. Wastewater application is becoming increasingly important for arid regions such as southern New Mexico. We are working on quantifying the impact of wastewater quality on soil, plant and environmental quality for native Chihuahuan desert ecosystem. The NO3- in the groundwater may produce a toxicological effect known as methemoglobinemia. Another project deals with understanding the transport behavior of nitrate and nitrate loadings to the groundwater under various land use and management systems. In arid regions like New Mexico, airborne particulate matters are a problem for human health, road safety, and environment and soil quality. Another project is quantifying particulate matter, including sorbed materials such as fungus spores, emission from various non-point sources.

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