清华大学环境学院

School of Environment

 

Name:
LU Yun
Division:Division of Environmental Biology
Position:Ph.D., Principal Investigator
Address:
Room 724, School of Environment, Tsinghua University, Beijing 100084, China

Tel/Fax:

(86)-10-62796255
E-mail:
luyun@tsinghua.edu.cn

 

Education background

Ph.D. in biology, Jan 2005, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China 

B.S. in biological science and technology, July 1999, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China

Experience

2017-present   Principal Investigator, School of Environment, Tsinghua University

2009-2016       Associate Professor, Department of Environmental Science and Technology, Tsinghua University

2005-2009       Research Associate, Department of Cell Biology

Areas of Research Interests/ Research Projects

The main research direction in our lab is to answer three important questions:

1. Which pollutants are harmful to human?

2. Why are they harmful to human?

3. How much exposure can cause the harm?

Research Status


1. ‘Micropollutant detection and risk prevention system for reclaimed water supplied landscape’, 2017.1-2020.6.

2. ‘Identification of inhalation risk factors in reclaimed water during urban application’, 2018.1-2021.12.

3. ‘Safety reclaimed water supply system and key technologies’, the National Key Research and Development Program of China for International Science & Innovation Cooperation Major Project between Governments (No.2016YFE0118800),2016.12-2019.12

4. ‘Pathogen risk assessment in the application of reclaimed water’, the National Key Research and Development Program of China (2016YFC0401405), 2016.7-2020.12

5. ‘The identification of estrogenic disinfection products’, 2014.1-2017.12

6. ‘Safety assessment and control technology of reclaimed water’, 2013.1-2015.12

7. ‘Water quality criteria for priority pollutants in key watershed of China’, 2012.1-2015.12

8. ‘Novel estrogenic pollutants screening method based on estrogen receptor affinity chromatography’, 2011.7-2014.12

9. ‘MicroRNA toxicogenomics: the standard expression profile of estrogenicity in mouse’, 2011-2013

10. ‘MicroRNA standard expression profile study for toxicogenomics’, 2012.1-2012.12

11.  ‘Gastric protective effects of hydrogen-rich electrolyzed alkaline water’, 2012.3-2012.12

Honors And Awards

JSWE-IDEA Water Environment International Exchange Award in 2017.

Outstanding Researcher in Environmental Science and Technology by the Chinese environmental science society in 2016

Outstanding Teacher by Baogang Education Foundation in 2015

Young talented Scientist by the Chinese environmental protection ministry in 2014.

Outstanding Young Scientist by the Chinese environmental science society in 2010.

Natural Science Contribution Prize of the Education Ministry of China in 2003, the third contributor

Academic Achievement


[1] Xu B, Li K, Qiao J, Liungai Z, Chen C*, Lu Y*. UV photoconversion of environmental oestrogen diethylstilbestrol and its persistence in surface water under sunlight. Water Research, 2017, 127:77-85.

[2] Li GQ; Wang WL; Huo ZY; Lu Y*; Hu HY*. Comparison of UV-LED and low pressure UV for water disinfection: photoreactivation and dark repair of Escherichia coli. Water Research, 2017, 126:134-143.

[3] Lv XT, Zhang X, Du Ye, Wu QY*, Lu Y*, Hu HY. Solar light irradiation significantly reduced cytotoxicity and disinfection byproducts in chlorinated reclaimed water. Water Research, 2017, 126:162-169.

[4] Li GQ, Yu T, Wu QY, Lu Y*, Hu HY*. Development of an ATP luminescence-based method for assimilable organic carbon determination in reclaimed water. Water Research, 2017, 123:345-352.

[5] Liu L, Zhou X*, Lu Y*, Shan D, Xu B, He M, Shi H, Qian Y. Facile screening of potential xenoestrogens by an estrogen receptor-based reusable optical biosensor. Biosensors and Bioelectronics, 2017, 97:16-20.

[6] Yu T, Meng L, Zhao Q-B, Shi Ye, Hu H-Y, Lu Y*. Effects of chemical cleaning on RO membrane inorganic, organic and microbial foulant removal in a full-scale plant for municipal wastewater reclamation. Water Research, 2017, 113:1-10.

[7] Xue J, Zhang J, Xu B, Xie J, Wu W, Lu Y*. Endotoxins: the critical risk factor in reclaimed water via inhalation exposure. Environmental Science & Technology, 2016, 50:11957-11964.

[8] Duan R, Lu Y*, Hou L, Du L, Sun L, Tang X. The U-shaped microRNA expression pattern could be a new concept biomarker for environmental estrogen. Frontiers of Environmental Science & Engineering, 2016, 10(6):11.

[9] Li M, Xu B, Liungai Z, Hu H-Y, Qiao J*, Lu Y*. The removal of estrogenic activity with UV/chlorine technology and identification of novel estrogenic disinfection by-products. Journal of Hazardous Materials, 2016, 307:119-126..

[10] Yu T, Li GQ, Lin WQ, Hu H-Y, Lu Y*. Coagulation increased the growth potential of various species bacteria of the effluent of a MBR for the treatment of domestic wastewater. Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 2017, 24(6):5126-5133.

[11] Zhang J, Xue J, Xu B, Xie J, Qiao J*, Lu Y*. Inhibition of Lipopolysaccharide Induced Acute Inflammation in Lung by Chlorination. Journal of Hazardous Materials, 2016, 303:131-136.

[12] Yang Y, Lu Y*, Wu QY, Hu H-Y*, Chen YH, Liu WL. Evidence of ATP assay as an appropriate alternative of MTT assay for cytotoxicity of secondary effluents from WWTPs. Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety, 2015, 122:490-496.

[13] Xue J, Shang G, Tanaka Y, Saihara Y, Hou L, Velasquez N, Liu W, Lu Y*. Dose-dependent inhibition of gastric injury by hydrogen in alkaline electrolyzed drinking water, BMC Complementary and Alternative Medicine, 2014, 14:81.

[14] Shang G, Xue J, Li M, Hu HY, Lu Y*. Isolation and identification of novel estrogenic chlorination by-products of diethylstilbestrol by recombinant estrogen receptor α immobilized affinity chromatography. Chemosphere, 2014, 104:251-257.

[15] Hou LY, Lu Y*, Li Y, Li L. MiRNA-451 is a potential biomarker for estrogenicity in mouse uterus. Frontiers of Environmental Science and Engineering, 2014, 8(1):99-105.

[16] Xue JL, Lu Y*, Velasquez N, Yu RZ, Hu HY, Liu ZT, Meng W. Introduction of risk size in the determination of uncertainty factor UFL in risk assessment. Environmental Research Letters, 2012, 7(3):034036.

[17] Xu, X; Rock, JR; Lu, Y; Futtner, C; Schwab, B; Guinney, J; Hogan, BLM; Onaitis, MW*. Evidence for type II cells as cells of origin of K-Ras-induced distal lung adenocarcinoma. PNAS, 2012, 109(13): 4910-4915.

[18] Lu Y*, Hou LY,Hu HY, Li L. Progress in toxicogenomics. Ecology and Environmental Sciences, 2010, 19(9):2232-2239.

[19] Lu Y, Futtner C, Rock JR, Xu X, Whitworth W, Hogan BLM, Onaitis MW*. Evidence That SOX2 Overexpression Is Oncogenic in the Lung. Plos One 2010;5(6).

[20] Rock JR, Onaitis MW, Rawlins EL, Lu Y, Clark CP, Xue Y, Randell SH, Hogan BLM*. Basal cells as stem cells of the mouse trachea and human airway epithelium. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 2009;106:12771-12775.

[21] Erhunmwunsee L, Lu Y, Luo XY, Harpole DH, Hogan BLM, Onaitis MW*. Basal cells in lung cancer. Journal of the American College of Surgeons 2008;207:S30-S30.

[22] Lu Y, Thomson JM, Wong HYF, Hammond SM, Hogan BLM*. Transgenic over-expression of the microRNA miR-17-92 cluster promotes proliferation and inhibits differentiation of lung epithelial progenitor cells. Developmental Biology 2007;310:442-453.