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QIU Wenhui
Assistant Professor


Wenhui Qiu, Ph.D. graduated from Shanghai University, joined Southern University of Science and Technology in 2017, and awarded the National Natural Science Foundation of China Outstanding Youth Fund, and is currently an associate professor (researcher, doctoral supervisor) in the School of Environmental Science and Engineering, also is the deputy director of the Guangdong Provincial Key Laboratory of Soil and Groundwater Pollution Control. She has published more than 80 SCI indexed research papers, including more than 50 SCI papers that she be the first author/corresponding author. As of May 2024, the total citations (Google citations) is 3939, with a H-index of 34, and 5 ESI highly cited papers. In the past of five years, she has presided over more than 10 projects, including the National Natural Science Foundation of China(NSFC) Outstanding Youth Fund, NSFC Youth Projects, and various provincial and municipal-level scientific research projects, with a cumulative amount of 10.65 million RMB. She has won the first prize of Guangdong Environmental Protection Science and Technology Award (ranked first), the gold prize of Ecological Environment Youth Science and Technology Award of Guangdong Environmental Science Society (ranked first), and the second prize of Environmental Protection Science and Technology Award (ranked third). A total of 17 patents have been authorized, including 5 invention patents. She is currently a member of the Immunotoxicology Committee of the Chinese Society of Toxicology, an associate editor of Environmental Geochemistry and Health, an associate editor of International Immunopharmacology, an editorial board member of Science of the Total Environment, an editorial board member of Frontier in water, and a guest editor of the Journal of Earth Environment. She has been a reviewer for many mainstream SCI journals such as PNAS, EHP and ES&T for long-term. She has served as the convener of the 7th, 8th and 9th National Ecotoxicology Congresses, and gave more than 20 keynote presentations at domestic and international academic conferences such as the AGU Conference, the National Conference on Environmental Chemistry, the National University of Ecotoxicology, and the Chinese Society of Environmental Toxicology, and has won excellent speaker once.


Ph.D           Shanghai University (Supervisor, Prof. Minghong WU)            06/2016

M.S.           Shanghai University (Supervisor, Prof. Minghong WU)            06/2013

B.S.            Nanchang Hangkong University                              06/2010

Visiting student  David Geffen Medical School, University of California, Los Angeles.

Supervisor, Nancy L. Wayne.                                2014-2015

Professional Experience

01/2024-Present    Associate Professor, Southern University of Science and Technology, SUSTech

07/2021-12/2023    Assistant Professor, Southern University of Science and Technology, SUSTech

02/2018-06/2021   Research Assistant Professor, Southern University of Science and   Technology, SUSTech

08/2019 -09/2018  Visiting scholar, Department of Environment Science. University of California, Riverside. Supervisor, Daniel Schlenk.


Synergistic Activities

1. Deputy Director,Guangdong Provincial Key Laboratory of Soil and Groundwater Pollution Control, School of Environmental Science and Engineering. 2022-present.

2. Deputy Director,Guangdong-Hong Kong Joint Laboratory of Soil and Groundwater Pollution Control, School of Environmental Science and Engineering. 2023-present.

3. Associate Editor, Environmental Geochemistry and Health (EGAH, a Springer journal, IF 4.8), 2021-present.

4. Associate Editor, International Immunopharmacology (an Elsevier journal, a Springer journal, IF 5.6), 2023-present.

5. Editorial Board, Frontier in water, 2020-present.

6. Editorial Board, Science of the Total Environment (an Elsevier journal, IF 9.8), 2020-present.

7. Guest editor, Journal of Earth Environment, 2021-present.

8. Editorial Board Member, Sustainable Horizons, 2022-present.

9. Member, Chinese Society for Environmental Sciences (CSES), 2019-present.

10. Member, American Chemical Society (ACS), 2019-present.

11. Member, The Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (SETAC), 2019-present.

12. Vice Chairman Member, The 3rd Toxicology Evaluation Professional Committee of Shenzhen Preventive Medicine Association, 2024-present.  

13. Member, The 4th Editorial Board of Acta Ecotoxicology Sinica,2024-present. 

Honors and Awards

1. Gold Award of Ecological Environment Youth Science and Technology of Guangdong Environmental Science Society, 2023.

2. Excellence in Review award of the journal Environmental Science & Technology, 2022.

3. Outstanding Speaker, The 8th Academic Symposium of the Environmental and Ecotoxicology Committee of the Chinese Society of Toxicology, 2022.

4. Outstanding Speaker of the Colloquium,Special topic on "Environmental Exposure, Ecotoxicity and Risk Management of Pharmaceutical Chemicals", 2021.

5. Second Prize of Environmental Protection Science and Technology Award (3/9), 2020.

6. Second Prize of Guangdong Provincial Environmental Protection Science and Technology Award (3/7), 2019.

7. Highly Cited & Key Research in Environmental Science and Technology 2018 (Toxic Effects of Bisphenol S Showing Immunomodulation in Fish Macrophages).

8. Shenzhen overseas high-level talents, 2017.

Selected funded projects

1. Ecotoxicology of contaminants. Excellent Young Scientist Fund Project. National Natural Science Foundation of China, No. 42322707. CNY 2,000,000, PI, 2024-2026.

2. Intestinal microbiota-mediated antibiotic interference with zebrafish immunoregulation and mechanism. National Natural Science Foundation of China, No. 42277266, CNY 530,000, PI, 2023-2026. 

3. Development and pollution control technology of nano-material composite microfiltration membrane with high visible light response. National Key R&D Program of China, No. 2021YFA1202500, CNY 600,000, PI, 2021-2026.

4. Parental exposure to antibiotics affects developmental immune system in zebrafish Study on the technology and mechanism of calcium peroxide sanitizing pathogens in water, Stability Support Program for Colleges and Universities in Shenzhen. Shenzhen Science and Technology Innovation Commission, CNY 500,000, PI, 2023-2026.

5. Offspring and its mechanisms of action. National Natural Science Foundation of China, No. 42077223, CNY 580,000, PI, 2021-2024.

6. Study on the interference effect and mechanism of bisphenol compounds on the immune system of marine fishes by environmental concentrations. State Key Laboratory of Marine Environmental Science (Xiamen University), China, Young Visiting Scholars Fund, No. HY202206, CNY 20,000, PI, 2022-2024.

7. Distribution characteristics and migration mechanism of microplastics in farmland soil and groundwater. National Key R&D Program of China, No. 2023YFE0117000, CNY 2,000,000, Participant, 2023-2025.

8. Guangdong Provincial Key Laboratory of Soil and Groundwater Pollution Control. Department of Science and Technology of Guangdong Province, No. 2017B030301012, CNY 3,000,000, Participant, 2022-2025.

9. Guangdong-Hong Kong Joint Laboratory for Soil and Groundwater Pollution Control. Department of Science and Technology of Guangdong Province, No. 2023B1212120001, CNY 2,000,000, Participant, 2023-2025.

10. Based on the birth cohort, the effects of key environmental pollution factors on pregnancy outcomes and clinical diagnosis and treatment techniques were studied, Ningbo Science & Technology Bureau, No.2023Z176, CNY 1,000,000, Participant, 2023-2026.

11. Effects of pregnancy-related diseases and offspring health after gestational exposure to estrogens: a birth cohort study. Ningbo Science & Technology Bureau, No.2021S10, CNY 300,000, Participant, 2021-2024.

12. Pollution risk assessment, early warming, and emergency management associated with drinking water source areas. Shenzhen Municipal Government, Shenzhen Science and Technology Innovation Commission, No. KCXFZ20201221173410029, CNY 8,000,000, Participant, 2021-2024.

13. The effect of the concentration of bisphenol S in the environment on the immune system of zebrafish and its mechanism. National Natural Science Foundation of China, No. 21707064, CNY 250,000, PI, 2018-2020.  

14. Immunotoxicity and developmental toxicity of antibiotics to zebrafish offspring. General Research Project in Shenzhen, CNY 400,000, PI, 2020-2023.

15. Investigation of antibiotic contamination and microbial degradation in aquaculture wastewater in Guangming new district. Basic Exploratory Basic Research Program in Shenzhen, No. JCYJ20180302180205159, CNY 300,000, PI, 2019-2021.

16. Groundwater environmental risk prediction, early warning, prevention and control in Xiongan new district (as the sub-project of joint allocation of multiple water sources and groundwater protection in Xiongan new district). National Key R&D Program of China, No. 2018YFC0406500, CNY 1,000,000, PI, 2018-2021.

17. Intergenerational effects of ambient concentrations of antibiotic mixtures in zebrafish and their toxic effects on offspring. State Key Laboratory of Marine Environmental Science (Xiamen University), China: Senior Visiting Scholar Fund. No. MELRS2007, CNY 20,000, PI, 2020-2021.

18. Interference effect and mechanism of low concentration bisphenol F on immune system of fish macrophages. State Key Laboratory of Marine Environmental Science (Xiamen University), China: Young Visiting Scholars Fund, No. MELRS1737, CNY 20,000, PI, 2018.

19. Driving mechanism of spatial heterogeneity of arsenic in groundwater at different scales in northern China. National Natural Science Foundation of China, No. 41831279, CNY 3,060,000, Participant, 2019-2023.

20. State Environmental Protection Key Laboratory of Integrated Surface Water-Groundwater Pollution Control. Ministry of Ecology and Environment of the People ‘s Republic of China, CNY 5,000,000, Participant, 2017-2020.

21. Guangdong Provincial Key Laboratory of Soil and Groundwater Pollution Control. Department of Science and Technology of Guangdong Province, No. 2017B030301012, CNY 10,000,000, Participant, 2017-2020.

22. Shenzhen Key Laboratory of Soil and Groundwater Pollution Control. Shenzhen Science and Technology Innovation Commission, NO. ZDSY20150831141712549, CNY 3,000,000, Participant, 2016-2019.

23. Shenzhen Municipal Engineering Lab of Environmental IoT Technologies. Development and Reform Commission of Shenzhen Municipality, CNY 5,000,000, Participant, 2018-2021.

24. Building excellence in the field of environmental protection and efficient resource utilization, University Academic Program Enhancement Scheme. Development and Reform Commission of Shenzhen Municipality, CNY 10,000,000, Participant, 2017-2019.

25. Comprehensive treatment and ecological restoration of water environment pollution in Shenzhen. Peacock Team Project, NO. KQTD2016022619584022, Basic Exploratory Basic Research Program in Shenzhen, CNY 30,000,000, Participant, 2017-2023.


Research Interests

1. Development of environmental detection methods for new pollutants and high-throughput screening technologies.

2. Environmental benchmarks and risk assessments for new pollutants.

3. Research and development of new technologies for the efficient treatment of new pollutants in water.


First and corresponding author papers:

1. Chen H., Zou Y., Kang X., Yang G., Yang X., Yao Y., Magnuson, J., Cao X., Qiu W.*, Xu, E., Zheng C., Perfluorooctane sulfonamide induced auto-toxic effects on the zebrafish immune system. Environmental Science & Technology 2024, Accept.

2. Xu B., Pu M., Jiang K., Qiu, W.*, Xu E., Wang J., Jason T. Magnuson, Zheng C., Maternal or Paternal Antibiotics? Intergenerational Transmission and Reproductive Toxicity in Zebrafish. Environmental Science & Technology 2024, 58(2):1287–1298.

3. Wang, J., Qiu, W.*, Cheng H., Chen, T., Tang, Y., Magnuson, J., Xu, X., Xu, E., Zheng, C. Caught in fish gut: uptake and inflammatorv effects of nanoplastics throughdifferent routes in the aquatic environment. Environmental Science & Technology Water 2024, (4)1:91–102.

4. Chen, H., Qiu, W.*, Rebuttal to Correspondence on “Perfluorooctane Sulfonamide (PFOSA) Induces Cardiotoxicity via Aryl Hydrocarbon Receptor Activation in Zebrafish”. Environmental Science & Technology 2023, 57(33), 12340.

5. Tang, L., Qiu, W.*, Zhang, S., -Wang, Jia., Yang, X., Xu, B., Magnuson, J., Xu, E., Wu, M., Zheng, C. Poly-and perfluoroalkyl substances induce immunotoxicity via the TLR pathway in zebrafish: links to carbon-chain length. Environmental Science & Technology 2023, 57(15), 6139-6149

6. Liu, S., Qiu, W.*, Li, Rong., Chen, Bei., Wu, Xin., Magnuson, J., Xu, Ben., Luo, Shu., Xu, Elvis., Zheng, C. Perfluorononanoic acid induces neurotoxicity via synaptogenesis signaling in zebrafish. Environmental Science & Technology 2023, 57(9), 3783–3793

7. Chen, H., Qiu, W.*, Yang, X., Chen, F., Chen, J., Tang, L., Zhong H., Zheng C. *, Xu, E. G. Perfluorooctane Sulfonamide (PFOSA) Induces Cardiotoxicity via Aryl Hydrocarbon Receptor Activation in Zebrafish. Environmental Science & Technology 2022, 56(12), 8438-8448.

8. Qiu, W., Chen, B., Tang, L., Zheng, C.*, Xu, B., Liu, Z., Magnuson, J., Zhang, S., Schlenk, Dl., Xu, E.*, Xing, B. Antibiotic Chlortetracycline Causes Transgenerational Immunosuppression via NF-κB. Environmental science & technology 2022, 56(7), 4251-4261.

9. Qiu, W., Liu, T., Liu, X., Chen, H., Luo, S., Chen, Q., Schlenk, D., Magnuson, J., Zheng, C.*, Xu, E.*, Schlenk, D. Enrofloxacin Induces Intestinal Microbiota-Mediated Immunosuppression in Zebrafish. Environmental Science & Technology 2022, 56(12), 8428-8437.

10. Gao, C., Qiu, W.*, Zheng, Y*. Response to Comment on “Oxidative Stress, Endocrine Disturbance, and Immune Interference in Humans Showed Relationships to Serum Bisphenol Concentrations in a Dense Industrial Area”. Environmental Science & Technology 2022, 56(7), 4688-4690.

11. Gao, C., He, H., Qiu, W.*, Zheng, Y.*, Chen, Y., Hu, S., Zhao, X., Oxidative Stress, Endocrine Disturbance, and Immune Interference in Humans Showed Relationships to Serum Bisphenol Concentrations in a Dense Industrial Area. Environmental Science & Technology 2021, 55(3), 1953-1963.

12. Qiu, W., Chen, B., Greer, J. B., Magnuson, J. T., Xiong, Y., Zhong, H., Andrzejczyk, N. E., Zheng, C.*, Schlenk, D.*, Transcriptomic Responses of Bisphenol S Predict Involvement of Immune Function in the Cardiotoxicity of Early Life-Stage Zebrafish (Danio rerio). Environmental science & technology 2020, 54 (5), 2869-2877.

13. Qiu, W., Yang, M.*, Liu, S., Lei, P., Hu, L., Chen, B., Wu, M., Wang, K.*, Toxic Effects of Bisphenol S Showing Immunomodulation in Fish Macrophages. Environmental Science & Technology 2018, 52(2), 831-838.

14. YangM., QiuW., Chen, B., Chen, J., Liu, S., Wu, M., Wang, K. The In Vitro Immune Modulatory Effect of Bisphenol A on Fish Macrophages via Estrogen Receptor α and Nuclear Factor-κB Signaling. Environmental Science & Technology 2015, 49 (3), 1888-1895.

15. Zhang, S., Zheng, M., Yang, G., Zhang, T., Magnuson, J., Chen, H., Zheng C. *, Qiu, W.* Sunlight-Mediated CaO2 Inactivation of Pathogen Indicator Organisms in Surface Water System: Roles of Reactive Species, Characterization of Pathogen Inactivation, Water Research 2023, 23, 119756

16. Qiu, W., Chen, H., Zhang, S., Xiong, Y., Zheng, M.*, Zhu, T., El-Din, M. G. Park, M., Magnuson, J., Zheng, C*. Remediation of surface water contaminated by pathogenic microorganisms using calcium peroxide: Matrix effect, micro-mechanisms and morphological-physiological changes. Water Research 2022, 211, 118074.

17. Wang X., Deng K., Zhang P., Chen Q., Jason T. Magnuson, Qiu, W.*, Zhou Yu.*, Microplastic-mediated new mechanism of liver damage: From the perspective of the gut-liver axis, Science of The Total Environment 2024, 919, 170962.

18. Xuan, R., Qiu, X., Wang, J., Liu, S., Magnuson, J., Xu, B., Qiu, W.*, Zheng, C. Hepatotoxic response of perfluorooctane sulfonamide (PFOSA) in early life stage zebrafish (Danio rerio) is greater than perfluorooctane sulfonate (PFOS)Journal of Hazardous Materials 2024461-1325.

19. Fu, C., Xu, B., Chen, H., Zhao, X., Li, G., Zheng, Y., Qiu, W.*, Zheng, C.*, Wang, W. Occurrence and distribution of antibiotics in groundwater, surface water, and sediment in Xiong'an New Area, China, and their relationship with antibiotic resistance genes. Science of The Total Environment 2022, 807, 151011.

20. Liu, X., Liu, S., Qiu, W.*, Magnuson, J., Liu, Z., Yang, G., Chen, H., Li, Y., Xu, X., Zheng, C.*, Cardiotoxicity of PFOA, PFOS, and PFOSA in Early Life Stage Zebrafish: Molecular Changes to Behavioral-level Response, Sustainable Horizons 2022, 100027

21. Xuan, R., Qiu, W.*, Zhou, Y., Magnuson, J., Luo, S., Greer, J., Xu, B., Liu, J., Xu, E., Schlenk, D., Zheng, C. Parental transfer of an antibiotic mixture induces cardiotoxicity in early life-stage zebrafish: A cross-generational study. Science of The Total Environment 2022, 849, 157726.

22.  Fu, C., Xu, X.*, Zheng, C., Liu, X., Zhao, D., Qiu, W.*, Photocatalysis of aqueous PFOA by common catalysts of In2O3, Ga2O3, TiO2, CeO2 and CdS: influence factors and mechanistic insights. Environmental Geochemistry and Health 2022, 1-11.

23. Xu, B., Qiu, W.*, Du, J., Wan, Z., Zhou, J. L., Chen, H., Liu, R., Magnuson, J., Zheng, C. Translocation, bioaccumulation and distribution of per-and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFASs) in plants. Iscience 2022, 104061.

24. Qiu, W., Shao, H., Jin, W., Xiong, Y., Xu, B.*, Chen, B*. Determination of OCPs, OPPs, and 21 SVOCs in water and sediment samples in five rivers of Shenzhen, China, during the period of 2017 and 2018. Environmental Science and Pollution Research 2021, 28(31), 42444-42457.

25. Dong, P., Qiu, W.*, He, X., Zhang, Y., Zheng, C*. Analysis of physicochemical factors regulating transport behaviors of sulfonamide antibiotics in saturated porous media. Journal of Hydrology 2021, 599, 126381.

26. Xu, B., Liu, S., Zhou, J. L., Zheng, C., Jin, W., Chen, B., Zhang, T., Qiu, W.*, PFAS and Their Substitutes in Groundwater: Occurrence, Transformation and Remediation. Journal of Hazardous Materials 2021, 125159.

27. Qiu, W., Liu, S., Chen, H., Luo, S., Xiong, Y., Wang, X., Xu, B.*, Zheng, C.*, Wang, K.-J., The comparative toxicities of BPA, BPB, BPS, BPF, and BPAF on the reproductive neuroendocrine system of zebrafish embryos and its mechanisms. Journal of hazardous materials 2020, 124303-124303.

28. Li, R., Liu, S., Qiu, W.*, Yang, F., Zheng, Y., Xiong, Y., Li, G., Zheng, C.*, Transcriptomic analysis of bisphenol AF on early growth and development of zebrafish (Danio rerio) larvae. Environmental Science and Ecotechnology 2020, 4, 100054.

29. Qiu, W., Fang, M., Magnuson, J., Greer, J., Chen, Q., Zheng, Y., Xiong, Y., Luo, S., Zheng, C.*, Schlenk, D*. Maternal exposure to environmental antibiotic mixture during gravid period predicts gastrointestinal effects in zebrafish offspring. Journal of Hazardous Materials. 2020, 399, 123009.

30. Zhao, T., Zheng, M., Fu, C., Li, G., Xiong, Y., Qiu, W.*, Zhang, T., Zhang, J., Zheng, C.*, Effect of low-level photocatalytic H2O2 and Fe(II) on the UV treatment of tetracycline antibiotics and the toxicity of reaction solutions to zebrafish embryos. Chemical Engineering Journal 2020, 394, 125021.

31. Qiu, W., Liu, X., Yang, F., Li, R., Xiong, Y., Fu, C., Li, G., Liu, S. *, Zheng, C. *, Single and joint toxic effects of four antibiotics on some metabolic pathways of zebrafish (Danio rerio) larvae. Science of The Total Environment 2020, 716, 137062.

32. Qiu, W.*, Hu, J., Magnuson, J. T., Greer, J., Yang, M., Chen, Q., Fang, M., Zheng, C.*, Schlenk, D., Evidence linking exposure of fish primary macrophages to antibiotics activates the NF-kB pathway. Environment International 2020, 138, 105624.

33. Liu, J., Wei, T., Wu, X., Zhong, H., Qiu, W.*, Zheng, Y.*, Early exposure to environmental levels of sulfamethoxazole triggers immune and inflammatory response of healthy zebrafish larvae. Science of the Total Environment 2020, 703.

34. Zhang, T., Cai, L., Xu, B., Li, X., Qiu, W.*, Fu, C., Zheng, C.*, Sulfadiazine biodegradation by Phanerochaete chrysosporium: Mechanism and degradation product identification. Chemosphere 2019, 237, 9.

35. Zhao, X., Qiu, W.*, Zheng, Y.*, Xion, J., Gaao, C., Hu, S., Occurrence, distribution, bioaccumulation, and ecological risk of bisphenol analogues, parabens and their metabolites in the Pearl River Estuary, South China. Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety 2019, 180, 43-52.

36. Qiu, W.*, Liu, S., Yang, F., Dong, P., Yang, M., Wong, M., Zheng, C.*, Metabolism disruption analysis of zebrafish larvae in response to BPA and BPA analogs based on RNA-Seq technique. Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety 2019, 174, 181-188.

37. Qiu, W., Zhan, H., Hu, J., Zhang, T., Xu, H., Wong, M., Xu, B.*, Zheng, C.*, The occurrence, potential toxicity, and toxicity mechanism of bisphenol S, a substitute of bisphenol A: A critical review of recent progress. Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety 2019, 173, 192-202.

38. Qiu, W.*, Fang, M., Liu, J., Fu, C., Zheng, C., Chen, B., Wang, K.-J.*, In vivo actions of Bisphenol F on the reproductive neuroendocrine system after long-term exposure in zebrafish. Science of the Total Environment 2019, 665, 995-1002.

39. Qiu, W., Yang, M., Liu, J., Xu, H., Luo, S., Wong, M., Zheng, C.*, Bisphenol S-induced chronic inflammatory stress in liver via peroxisome proliferator-activated receptor gamma using fish in vivo and in vitro models. Environmental Pollution 2019, 246, 963-971.

40. Qiu, W., Sun, J., Fang, M., Luo, S., Tian, Y., Dong, P., Xu, B. *, Zheng, C. *, Occurrence of antibiotics in the main rivers of Shenzhen, China: Association with antibiotic resistance genes and microbial community. Science of the Total Environment 2019, 653, 334-341.

41. Qiu, W. *, Zheng, M., Sun, J., Tian, Y., Fang, M., Zheng, Y., Zhang, T., Zheng, C.*, Photolysis of enrofloxacin, pefloxacin and sulfaquinoxaline in aqueous solution by UV/H2O2, UV/Fe(II), and UV/H2O2/Fe(II) and the toxicity of the final reaction solutions on zebrafish embryos. Science of the Total Environment 2019, 651, 1457-1468.

42. Yang, F., Qiu, W.*, Li, R., Hu, J., Luo, S., Zhang, T., He, X., Zheng, C. *, Genome-wide identification of the interactions between key genes and pathways provide new insights into the toxicity of bisphenol F and S during early development in zebrafish. Chemosphere 2018, 213, 559-567.

43. Qiu, W.*, Zhan, H., Tian, Y. Q., Zhang, T., He, X., Luo, S., Xu, H., Zheng, C. M. *, The in vivo action of chronic bisphenol F showing potential immune disturbance in juvenile common carp (Cyprinus carpio). Chemosphere 2018, 205, 506-513.

44. Qiu, W., Shao, H., Lei, P., Zheng, C., Qiu, C. , Yang, M.*, Zheng, Y.*, Immunotoxicity of bisphenol S and F are similar to that of bisphenol A during zebrafish early development. Chemosphere 2018, 194, 1-8.

45. Qiu, W., Wu, M., Liu, S., Chen, B., Pan, C., Yang, M.*, Wang, K.*, Suppressive immunoregulatory effects of three antidepressants via inhibition of the nuclear factor-kappa B activation assessed using primary macrophages of carp (Cyprinus carpio). Toxicology and Applied Pharmacology 2017, 322, 1-8.

46. Qiu, W., Chen, J., Li, Y., Chen, Z., Jiang, L., Yang, M. *, Wu, M. *, Oxidative stress and immune disturbance after long-term exposure to bisphenol A in juvenile common carp (Cyprinus carpio). Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety 2016, 130, 93-102.

47. Qiu, W., Shen, Y., Pan, C., Liu, S., Wu, M., Yang, M.*, Wang, K.*, The potential immune modulatory effect of chronic bisphenol A exposure on gene regulation in male medaka (Oryzias latipes) liver. Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety 2016, 130, 146-154.

48. Sheng, J., Qiu, W.*, Xu, B., Xu, H., Tang, C., Monitoring of heavy metal levels in the major rivers and in residents' blood in Zhenjiang City, China, and assessment of heavy metal elimination via urine and sweat in humans. Environmental Science and Pollution Research 2016, 23, (11), 11034-11045.

49. Qiu, W., Zhao, Y., Yang, M.*, Farajzadeh, M., Pan, C., Wayne, N. L.*, Actions of Bisphenol A and Bisphenol S on the Reproductive Neuroendocrine System During Early Development in Zebrafish. Endocrinology 2016, 157, (2), 636-647.

50. Qiu, W., Liu, S., Chen, J., Hu, L., Wu, M., Yang, M.*, The primary culture of carp (Cyprinus carpio) macrophages and the verification of its phagocytosis activity. In Vitro Cellular & Developmental Biology - Animal 2016, 52, (1), 10-19.

51. Yang, M.*,#, Qiu, W.#, Chen, J., Zhan, J., Pan, C., Lei, X., Wu, M., Growth inhibition and coordinated physiological regulation of zebrafish (Danio rerio) embryos upon sublethal exposure to antidepressant amitriptyline. Aquatic Toxicology 2014, 151, 68-76.

52. Wang, J., Xu, T., Cheng, H., Xu, G., Yu, W., Zheng, C., Xu, X.,  Qiu, W.,*Environmental Behavior and Toxic Effects of Biodegradable Plastics, Marine Environmental Science, 2024, 43(02) , Chinese Journal.

53. Gao, C. Liao, H., Wang,Y., Zheng, Y., Zheng, C., Qiu, W.*, Ecotoxicology studies of pharmaceuticals and personal care products (PPCPs), Advances in Chemistry2024.


Co-author papers:

1. Zuo C., Li Y., Chen Y., Jiang J., Qiu W., Chen Q. * Leaching of heavy metals from polyester microplastic fibers and the potential risks in simulated real-world scenarios. Journal of Hazardous Materials 2024,461(5) :132639

2. Kong, L., Wang, Q., Wang, Y., Yan, Q., Qiu, W., Zheng, C. * Sustainable Cu2(OH)2CO3/g-C3N4/cellulose acetate-derived porous composite membrane for Congo red and tetracycline removal with photocatalytic self-cleaning properties under natural solar irradiation. Sustainable Horizons 2023, 5, 100047

3. Song, W., Li, M., Xu, S., Wang, Z., Li, J., Zhang, X., Qiu, W., Wang, Z., Song, Q., Bhatt, K. Performance and mechanisms for tetrabromobisphenol A efficient degradation in a novel homogeneous advanced treatment based on S(2)O(4)(2-)activated by Fe3+. Environmental Pollution 2023, 316(2), 120579

4. Lu, M., Wang, X. *, Li, H., Jiao, J., Luo, X., Luo, M., Yu, S., Xiao, K., Li, X., Qiu, W., Zheng, C., Microbial community assembly and co-occurrence relationship in sediments of the river-dominated estuary and the adjacent shelf in the wet season. Environmental Pollution 2022, 308, 119572.

5. Yu, H., Chen, Q. *, Qiu, W., Ma, C., Gao, Z., Chu, W., Shi, H., Concurrent water-and foodborne exposure to microplastics leads to differential microplastic ingestion and neurotoxic effects in zebrafish. Water Research 2022, 219, 118582

6. Song, W., Zhou, Y., Wang, Z., Li, J., Zhang ,X., Du, X., Wang, Z., Qiu, W., Fu, C.* Accelerate sulfamethoxazole degradation and detoxification by persulfate mediated with Fe2+ &dithionite: Experiments and DFT calculation. Journal of Hazardous Materials 2022, 436, 129254.

7. Song, W., Li, M., Xu, S., Wang, Z., Li, J., Zhang, X., Qiu, W., Song, Q., Fu, C.*Performance and mechanisms for tetrabromobisphenol a efficient degradation in a novel homogeneous advanced treatment based on S2O42 activated by Fe3+. Environmental Pollution 2022, 120579

8. Qiao, K., Jiang, C., Xu, M., Chen, B., Qiu, W., Su, Y., Hao, H., Lin, Z., Cai, S., Su, J., Liu, Z.*, Huang, W., Molecular Characterization of the Von Willebrand Factor TypeD Domain of Vitellogenin from Takifugu flavidus, Marine drugs,2021

9. Zhao, X., Zheng, Y.*, Hu, S., Qiu, W., Jiang, J., Gao, C., Xiong, J., Lu, H., Quan, F., Improving urban drainage systems to mitigate PPCPs pollution in surface water: A watershed perspective. Journal of Hazardous Materials 2021, 411, 125047.

10. Wang, X.*, Zhang, Y., Luo, M., Xiao, K., Wang, Q., Tian, Y., Qiu, W., Xiong, Y., Zheng, C., Li, H. *, Radium and nitrogen isotopes tracing fluxes and sources of submarine groundwater discharge driven nitrate in an urbanized coastal area. Science of The Total Environment 2021, 763, 144616.

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12. Liu, S., Chen, F., Zhang, Y., Cai, L.*, Qiu, W., Yang, M.*, G protein-coupled estrogen receptor 1 mediates estrogen effect in red common carp (Cyprinus carpio). Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part C: Toxicology & Pharmacology 2021, 239, 108868.

13. Gyimah, E., Dong, X., Qiu, W., Zhang, Z., Xu, H.*, Sublethal concentrations of triclosan elicited oxidative stress, DNA damage, and histological alterations in the liver and brain of adult zebrafish. Environmental Science and Pollution Research 2020, 27 (14), 17329-17338.

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16. Chen, W., Li, L., Li, L., Qiu, W., Tang, L.*, Xu, L., Xu, K., Wu, M.*, MoS2/ZIF-8 Hybrid Materials for Environmental Catalysis: Solar-Driven Antibiotic-Degradation Engineering. Engineering 2019, 5, (4), 755-767.

17. Xu, L., Chen, W.*, Ke, S., Zhu, M., Qiu, W., Liu, N., Namuangruk, S., Maitarad, P., Impeng, S., Tang, L.*, Efficient photocatalytic reactions of Cr(vi) reduction and ciprofloxacin and RhB oxidation with Sn(ii)-doped BiOBr. Catalysis Science & Technology 2019, 9, (21), 5953-5961.

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Patents (Authorized)

1. Cerium oxide-supported calcium peroxide composite material, water disinfectant and disinfection method. Invention patents, No. ZL202111448095.X.

2. Titanium dioxide-supported calcium peroxide complexes, disinfectants, and pathogen inactivation methods. Invention patents, No. ZL202111434089.9.

3. A method for the detection of endocrine disruptors in complex biological matrix. Invention patents, No. ZL201710318791.6.

4. A utility model relates to an absorption tower air purification device. Invention patents, No. ZL201710401069.9.

5. A method for the extraction and identification of primary macrophages from carp. Invention patents, No. ZL201310443433.

6. A multifunctional adsorption performance test device. Utility model patents, No. ZL202020853132.X.

7. The improved photochemical reaction apparatus. Utility model patents, No. ZL201922118892.6.

8. An experimental apparatus for the degradation of antibiotics in groundwater. Utility model patents, No. ZL201922347448.1.

9. An online joint detection device for deep groundwater. Utility model patents, No. ZL201920603171.1.

10. A soil column experimental apparatus for the study of soil solute transport and degradation.  Utility model patents, No. ZL201820230606.8.

11. An experimental device for microbial degradation of organic compounds in wastewater. Utility model patents, No. ZL201820569868.7.

12. A soil column experimental apparatus for the solute transport and degradation reaction. Utility model patents, No. ZL201821231093.9.

13. The utility model relates to an underground well water sampling system. Utility model patents, No. ZL201821572694.6.

14. An underground deep-water sampling system. Utility model patents, No. ZL201821573527.3.

15. An invention of soil bathing experimental device which can simulate microbial degradation. Utility model patents, No. ZL201720627011.1.

16. An intelligent rainwater collection and sampling system. Utility model patents, No. ZL201721122877.3

17. A quantitative method for detecting the phagocytic capacity of macrophages in carp. Utility model patents, No. ZL201510336074.



1. Persistent Organic Pollutants and Environmental Health Effects.

2. Ecotoxicology.

3. Environmental Microbial Experiments.