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Meichen Wang : Toxicology

Congratulations,  Dr Meichen Wang, on winning the esteemed Young Scientist Award from Young scientist Awards! Your dedication, innovative research, and scholarly contributions have truly made a significant impact in your field. Your commitment to advancing knowledge and pushing the boundaries of research is commendable. Here’s to your continued success in shaping the future of academia and making invaluable contributions to your field. Well done!

Professional Profile
  • Ph.D. in Toxicology 08/2016 – 12/2019
    Department of Veterinary Integrative Biosciences, Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas
    Dissertation Title: Development of broad-acting enterosorbents for the mitigation of toxin
    exposures during disasters and emergencies.


  • M.S. in Toxicology 08/2014 – 08/2016
    Department of Veterinary Physiology and Pharmacology, Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas
    Thesis Title: PXR-mediated resistance to infection by Salmonella and its mechanisms
  • B.S. in Pharmaceutical Engineering 09/2010 – 06/2014
    College of Life Science and Technology, Beijing University of Chemical Technology, Beijing, China
    Thesis Title: Assessment of DNA methylation and miRNA expression in patients with lung cancer
  • Phillips, T.D. and Wang, M. Edible enterosorbents used to mitigate acute exposures to ingestible
    environmental toxins following outbreaks, natural disasters and emergencies. A patent application
    (PCT/US2019/047356 + Australia, Canada, Japan, Europe, Mexico, and Korea) has been issued and
    published. An exclusive, worldwide license for commercial purposes of the technology has been granted
    through Texas A&M University.


  •  Rivenbark, K.J., Wang, M., Lilly, K., Tamamis, P., Phillips, T.D. (2022). Development and
    characterization of chlorophyll-amended montmorillonite clays for the adsorption and detoxification of
    benzene. Water Research. PMID 35777320.
  •  Wang, M., Phillips, T.D. (2022). Inclusion of montmorillonite clays in environmental barrier
    formulations to reduce skin exposure to water-soluble chemicals from polluted water. ACS Applied
    Materials & Interfaces. PMID 35536196.
  • Hearon, S.E., Orr, A.A., Moyer, H., Wang, M., Tamamis, P., Phillips, T.D. (2022). Reduction of
    per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) bioavailability from soil and translocation to plants with
    montmorillonite clay-based sorbents. Environmental Research. PMID 34875259.
  • Martin, L.M.A., Sheng, J., Zimba, P.V., Zhu, L., Fadare, O.O., Haley, C., Wang, M., Phillips,
    T.D., Conkle, J., Xu, W. (2022). Testing an iron oxide nanoparticle-based method for magnetic separation
    of nanoplastics and microplastics from water. Nanomaterials (Basel). PMID 35889573.
  • Wang, M., Orr, A.A., Jakubowski, J.M., Bird, K.E., Casey, C.M., Hearon, S.E., Tamamis, T.,
    Phillips, T.D. (2021). Enhanced adsorption of per-and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) by edible,
    nutrient-amended montmorillonite clays. Water Research. PMID 33125992.
  • Wang, M., Chen, Z., Rusyn, I., Phillips, T.D. (2021). Testing the efficacy of broad-acting
    sorbents for environmental mixtures using isothermal analysis, mammalian cells, and h. vulgaris. Journal
    of Hazardous Materials. PMID 33162237.
  • Wang, M., Bera, G., Mitra, K., Wade, T.L., Knap, A.H., Phillips, T.D. (2021). Tight sorption of
    arsenic, cadmium, mercury, and lead by edible activated carbon and acid-processed montmorillonite clay.
    Environmental Science and Pollution Research. PMID 33009611.



Meichen Wang |Toxicology

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