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Dr. Harvey Jian-Min Hou received his BSc degree (1984) in Physical Chemistry from Wuhan University and PhD degree (1993) in Analytical Chemistry from Peking University. In China, he was promoted to the Full Principle Investigator (1998) at Institute of Botany, Chinese Academy of Sciences. After entering the United States, Dr. Hou joined the Faculty (2002) in the Department of Chemistry at Gonzaga University. After four years, he became an Assistant Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry at University of Massachusetts at Dartmouth. Currently Dr. Hou is an Associate Professor of Forensic Science at Alabama State University. In addition, he was an Adjunct Faculty (2003-2010) at the Rockefeller University, an Visiting Professor (2008-2011) at Boston College, a Research Affiliate (2009-2011) at Massachusetts Institute of Technology and an Adjunct Associate Professor (2011) at University of Massachusetts at Dartmouth.
Harvey Jian-Min Hou research interest include Forensic Science, Biochemistry, Photosynthesis, Solar Energy Catalysis, Nanotechnology, G Protein-coupled Receptors and Cranberry Plant Biology.Network
Dr. Andrew Hunt completed his BSc and PhD degrees at Liverpool University, England. He then spent four years in post-doctoral research in the Environmental Geochemistry Research Group in the Royal School of Mines at Imperial College, London. For the Next 15 years Dr. Hunt was on the faculty of the Pathology Department of Upstate Medical University, Syracuse, NY. Initially appointed as a Research Assistant Professor, he was later appointed Research Associate Professor and Associate Director of the Division of Environmental and Occupational Pathology. Since 2008, Dr. Hunt has been on the faculty of the Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences at the University of Texas at Arlington (in the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex). Dr. Hunt works primarily in the field of Exposure Science. He has research interests in: inhalation toxicology, pediatric exposures to aeroallergens, exposures to heavy metals and airborne particulate matter. His work has been funded by several US Federal Agencies.
Dr. Andrew Hunt research interests include inhalation toxicology, pediatric exposures to aeroallergens, exposures to heavy metals and airborne particulate matter. His work has been funded by several US Federal Agencies.Network
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