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Fan Wu

Highest Degree Received: 

Bachelor of Science in Environmental Engineering, School of Chemical and Material Science, South-Central University for Nationalities, Wuhan, China, 2007-2011.
I have worked on using modified rice husk to absorb heavy metals in wastewater for an undergraduate thesis and also worked with other people on a task about using electrolytic method to remove the arsenic in soil.

Research Interest/Focus: 

My current research focuses on developing a rapid, cost-effective, and biologically representative small-scale freshwater microcosm assay to systematically evaluate the fate and ecological impacts of nanomaterials in aquatic ecosystems. Other research interests include fate and transport of chemicals, sustainability, physical-chemical properties of nanomaterials, and chemical-nanoparticle interactions.


Nov. 2016       SETAC-North America (Orlando, FL), Travel Award
Jan. 2016       7th Annual Environment & Molecular Toxicology Research Day, Student Presentation Award (3rd Place)
Nov. 2015       Sustainable Nanotechnology Organization (SNO), Student Award
Nov. 2015       SETAC-North America (Salt Lake City, UT), Travel Award
May. 2015       SETAC-Pacific Northwest (Portland, OR), Student Presentation Award (1st Place)
May. 2015       PNW-SETAC (Portland, OR), Travel Award
Nov. 2014       SETAC-North America (Vancouver, BC), Travel Award

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