Dr Xiaojing Li PhD

Dr Xiaojing Li

School of Biosciences
Research fellow

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Dr. Xiaojing Li focus on integrating multi-omics for toxicogenomic studies and evolutionary ecology. From bringing perspectives from multiple disciplines including state-of-art machine learning methods, a research program is formed under the framework of Precision Environmental Health that centers on identifying systematic biological response to environmental stressors.

Qualifications

MSc. Sun Yat-sen University

PhD. The University of Birmingham

Biography

Dr. Xiaojing Li completed a PhD on establishing the framework of Precision Environmental Health for toxicogenomic studies before taking up the post of research fellow at University of Birmingham.

Publications

Suppa, Antonio, Jouni Kvist, Xiaojing Li, Vignesh Dhandapani, Hanan Almulla, Antoine Y. Tian, Stephen Kissane et al. "Roundup causes embryonic development failure and alters metabolic pathways and gut microbiota functionality in non-target species." Microbiome 8, no. 1 (2020):1-15.

Yang, Yonggang, Ou Luo, Guannan Kong, Bin Wang, Xiaojing Li, Enze Li, Jianjun Li, Feifei Liu, and Meiying Xu. "Deciphering the anode-enhanced azo dye degradation in anaerobic baffled reactors integrating with microbial fuel cells." Frontiers in microbiology 9 (2018): 2117.

Ni, Jiajia, Xiaojing Li, Zhili He, and Meiying Xu. "A novel method to determine the minimum number of sequences required for reliable microbial community analysis." Journal of Microbiological Methods 139 (2017): 196-201.

Liang, Jie-Liang, Xiao-Jing Li, Hao-Yue Shu, Pandeng Wang, Jia-Liang Kuang, Jun Liu, Miao-Miao Zhang, Wen-Sheng Shu, and Li-Nan Huang. "Fine-scale spatial patterns in microbial community composition in an acid mine drainage." FEMS microbiology ecology 93, no. 10 (2017).

Lian, Yingli, Yonggang Yang, Jun Guo, Yan Wang, Xiaojing Li, Yun Fang, Lixia Gan, and Meiying Xu. "Electron acceptor redox potential globally regulates transcriptomic profiling in Shewanella decolorationis S12." Scientific reports 6, no. 1 (2016): 1-9.

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