Dr. Zhiling Guo joined GEES on April 1st, 2018 as a Marie Curie Fellow. She completed her PhD at the University of Chinese Academy of Sciences (China), with part of her PhD project completed at University of Connecticut (USA), where she worked as a joint PhD student for two years.
After PhD graduation, she worked as a postdoctoral fellow at Research Center for Eco-Environmental Sciences (CAS) for two years, where she studied the molecular toxicity of dioxin, arsenic and nanomaterials. Then she worked in neuropsychopharmacology at McGill University (Canada) as a postdoctoral fellow for another two years.
Her research now mainly focuses on the neurotoxicity of engineered nanomaterials. She has versatile expertise on environmental biology, bioinformatics and toxicology. She is currently the author of 12 peer reviewed papers.