Shi Huahong

Job Title: 
Professor
Research Interests: 
Microplastics pollution in marine environments
Endocrine disrupting chemicals in aquatic organisms
Email: 
hhshi@des.ecnu.edu.cn
Telephone: 
021-62455593
Address: 
North Zhongshan Road 3663,Shanghai 200062, China.
Education Experience: 
Ph.D. 2007, Aquatic Biology, Institute of Aquatic Ecology, Jinan University, Guangdong, China
Work Experience: 
2003-2005, Postdoctoral fellow, State Key Laboratory of Pollution Control and Resource Reuse, Nanjing University, Nanjing, China;
2005-2010, Associate professor, Department of Environmental Science, East China Normal University, Shanghai, China;
2009-2010, Visiting scholar, Department of Forest and Wildlife Ecology, University of Wisconsin-Madison, U.S.A.;
2011- Present, Professor, State Key Laboratory of Estuarine and Coastal Research, East China Normal University, Shanghai, China
Projects: 
  1. The National Key Research and Development, Ecotoxicity of microplastics to marine organisms (2016YFC1402204). June 2016-Dec., 2020. 1,960,000 RMB. PI.
  2. Natural Science Foundation of China, Microplastic in mussels from the coastal waters of China and its indication for the environments (41571467). Jan. 2016- Dec. 2019. 650,000 RMB. PI.
  3.  Natural Science Foundation of China, Comparative studies of teratogenic mechanisms induced in Xenopus tropicalis embryos by triphenyltin and an antagonist of retinoid X receptor (UVI3003)(21277049)‚  Jan. 2013 –Dec. 2016,780,000 RMB. PI.
  4.  Natural Science Foundation of China, Methods of screening thyroid disrupting chemicals using Xenopus tropicalis(20877023)‚ Jan. 2009 –Dec. 2011‚ 330,000 RMB. PI.
  5.  State Ministry of Education May, Teratogenic effects of triphenyltin on embryos of Xenopus tropicalis and its mechanism. Science Research Foundation for the Returned Overseas Chinese Scholars. 2012 –April. 2014‚ 30,000 RMB. PI.
  6. Natural Science Foundation of China, Relationship between reactive oxygen species production induced by tetrabromobisphenol-A in liver of Carassius auratus and its thyroid hormone activity. (20507007), Jan. 2006-Dec. 2006, 100,000 RMB. PI.
  7.  Screening methods of environmental obesogens using 3T3-L1 cell lines (08ZR1406900). Natural Science Foundation of China‚ Oct. 2008 –Sep. 2010 ‚100,000 RMB. PI.
  8.  Screening methods of thyroid disrupting chemicals in Yangtze River using fish. Open Fund of Key Laboratory of Yangtze Aquatic Environment Ministry of Education (YRWEF06003), Aug. 2006-Aug. 2007, 50,000 RMB. PI.
  9.  Recovery mechanisms of imposex-affected gastropods in Xiamen Harbor. State Key Laboratory of Marine Environmental Science (MEL0503). Jan. 2006-Dec. 2007, 30,000 RMB. PI.
  10.  Safety of water quality in Qingcaosha drinking water source of Shanghai. Open Fund of Shanghai Key laboratory of Urbanization and Ecological Restoration (UER0606). Jan. 2006-Dec. 2008, 20,000RMB. PI.
Paper: 
  1.  Jabeen K, Su L, Li JN, Yang DQ, Tong CF, Mu JL, Shi HH*., 2017. Microplastics and mesoplastics in fish from coastal and fresh waters of China. Environ. Pollut. DOI: 10.1016/j.envpol.2016.11.055.
  2.  Zhu JM, Janesick A, Wu LJ, Hu LL, Tang WY, Blumberg B, Shi HH*., 2017. The unexpected teratogenicity of RXR antagonist UVI3003 via activation of PPARγ in Xenopus tropicalis. Toxicol. Applied Pharmacol. DOI: 10.1016/j.taap.2016.11.014. 
  3.  Su L, Xue YG, Li LY, Yang DQ, Kolandhasamy P, Li DJ, Shi HH*., 2016. Microplastics in Taihu Lake, China. Environ. Pollut. 216: 711-719.
  4.  Hu LL, Su L, Xue YG, Mu JL, Zhu JM, Xu J, Shi HH*., 2016. Uptake, accumulation and elimination of polystyrene microspheres in tadpoles of Xenopus tropicalis. Chemosphere,164: 611-617
  5.  Ge ZP, Shi HH, Mei XF, Dai ZJ*, Li DJ., 2016. Semi-automatic recognition of marine debris on beaches. Scientific Reports. DOI: 10.1038/srep25759
  6.  Li JN, Qu XY, Su L, Zhang WW, Yang DQ, Kolandhasamy P, Li DJ, Shi HH*, 2016. Microplastics in mussels along the coastal waters of China. Environ. Pollut. 214, 177-184.
  7.  Hu LL, Wu LJ, Xue YG, Zhu JM, Shi HH*, 2016. An assay to determine the sensitive window of embryos to chemical exposure using Xenopus tropicalis. J. Applied Toxicol. 36: 685-691.
  8.  Li D, Liu MY, Yang YS, Shi HH, Zhou JL, He DF*., 2016. Strong lethality and teratogenicity of strobilurins on Xenopus tropicalis embryos: Basing on ten agricultural fungicides. Environ. Pollut.208: 868-874
  9.  Yang DQ, Shi HH, Li L, Li JN, Jabeen K, Kolandhasamy P., 2015. Microplastic pollution in table salts from China. Environ Sci Technol. 49(22):13622-13627.
  10.  Li JN, Yang DQ, Li L, Jabeen K, Shi HH*.,2015. Microplastics in commercial bivalves from China. Environ. Pollut. 207: 190-195.
  11.  Hu LL, Zhu JM, Rotchell JM, Wu LJ, Gao JJ, Shi HH*, 2015. Use of the enhanced frog embryo teratogenesis assay-Xenops (FETAX) to determine chemically-induced phenotypic effects. Sci. Total Environ. 508, 258-265.
  12.  Gao JJ, Shi HH, Dai ZJ. Mei XF., 2015. Variations of sediment toxicity in a tidal Estuary: A case study of the South Passage, Changjiang (Yangtze). Chemosphere, 128: 7-13.
  13.  Zheng L, Yu JL, Shi HH, Xia L, Xin Q, Zhang Q, et al., 2015. Quantitative toxicoproteomic analysis of zebrafish embryos exposed to a retinoid x receptor antagonist UVI3003. J. Applied Toxicol. 35: 1049-1057.
  14.  He DF*, C RR, Zhu EH, Chen Na, Shi HH, Huang MS. 2015. Toxicity bioassays for water from black-odor rivers in Wenzhou, China. Environ. Sci. Pollut. Res. 22( 3): 1731-1741.
  15.  Shi HH*, Zhu P, Guo SZ, 2014. Effects of tributyltin on metamorphosis and gonadal differentiation of Xenopus laevis at environmentally relevant concentrations. Toxicol. Ind. Health. 30(4): 297-303.
  16.  Wu L, Che Z, Zhu J, Hu L, Huang X*, Shi H*, 2014. Developmental toxicity or organotin compounds in animals. Front. Mar. Sci. 1:39.
  17.  Zhu JM, Shi HH*, Zhu P, Hu LL, Wu LJ, Yang Y, Rotchell JM. 2014. Effects of antagonist of retinoid X receptor (UVI3003) on morphology and gene profile of Xenopus tropicalis embryos. Environ. Toxicol. Pharmacol. 38(1): 153-162.
  18.  Zhu JM, Yu L, Wu LJ, H LL, Shi HH*. 2014. Unexpected phenotypes of malformations induced in Xenopus tropicalis embryos by combined exposure to triphenyltin and 9-cis-retinoic acid. J. Environ. Sci. 26(3): 643-649.
  19.  Shi HH*, Yuan J, Dai ZJ*, Yao HY. 2013. The teratogenic effects of sediments from the Yangtze Estuary and adjacent bay, China, on frog embryos. Environ. Earth Sci. 68: 2385-2391.
  20.  Shi HH*, Zhang XL, Yu L, Yuan J, Sun Z, 2012. Interaction of triphenyltin and an agonist of retinoid X receptor (LGD1069) in embryos of Xenopus tropicalis. Environ. Toxicol. Pharmacol. 34(3): 714-720.
  21.  Shi HH*, Yang B, Huang MS, Xue YG, Xie HL, 2012. The toxicity of sediments from the black-odors river of Wenzhou, China, to the embryos of Xenopus tropicalis. Fresenius Environ. Bull. 21(12): 1-7.
  22.  Shi HH*, Zhu P, Sun Z, Yang B, Zheng L, 2012. Divergent teratogenicity of agonists of retinoid X receptors in embryos of zebrafish (Danio rerio). Ecotoxicology, 21(5):1465-1475.
  23.  Shi HH*, Sun Z, Liu Z, Xie YG., 2012. Effects of clotrimazole and amiodarone on early development of amphibian (Xenopus tropicalis). Toxicol. Environ. Chem. 94(1): 128-135.
  24.  Liu JQ, Cao QZ, Yuan J, Zhang XL, Yu L, Shi HH*, 2012. Histological observation on unique phenotypes of malformation induced in Xenopus tropicalis larvae by tributyltin. J. Environ. Sci. 23(12) 24(2): 195-202.
  25.  Yu L, Zhang XL, Yuan J, Cao QZ, Liu JQ, Shi HH*, 2011. Teratogenic effects of triphenyltin on embryos of amphibian (Xenopus tropicalis): a phenotypic comparison with the retinoid X and retinoic acid receptor ligands. J. Hazad. Mater. 1860-1888.
  26.  Yuan J, Zhang XL, Yu L, Sun Z, Zhu P, Wang XH, Shi HH*, 2011. Stage-specific malformations and phenotypic changes induced in embryos of amphibian (Xenopus tropicalis) embryos by triphenyltin. Ecotoxicol. Environ. Safe. 74:1960-1966.
  27.  Shi HH*, Qian LJ, Guo SZ, Zhang XL, Liu JQ, Cao QZ, 2010. Teratogenic effects of tetrabromobisphenol A on Xenopus tropicalis embryos. Com. Biochem. Physiol., C.152(1): 62-68.
  28.  Guo SZ, Qian LJ, Shi HH*, Barry T, Cao QZ, Liu JQ, 2010. Effects of tributyltin (TBT) on Xenopus tropicalis embryos at environmentally relevant concentrations. Chemosphere, 79: 529-533.
  29.  Sun YY, Yu HX, Zhang JF, Yin Y, Shi HH, Wang XR*, 2006. Bioaccumulation, depuration and oxidative stress in fish Carassius auratus under phenanthrene exposure. Chemosphere, 63(8): 1319-1327.
  30.  Luo Y, Su Yan, Lin RZ, Shi HH, Wang XR*, 2006. 2-Chlorophenol induced ROS generation in fish Carassius auratusbased on the EPR method. Chemosphere, 65: 1064-1073.
  31.  Shi HH*, Wang XR, Luo Y, Su Y, 2005. Electron paramagnetic resonance evidence of hydroxyl radical generation and oxidative damage induced by tetrabromobisphenol A in Carassius auratus. Aquat. Toxicol., 74: 365-371.
  32.  Shi HH, Sui YX, Wang XR*, Luo Y, Ji LL, 2005. Hydroxyl radical production and oxidative damage induced by cadmium and naphthalene in liver of Carassius auratus. Com. Biochem. Physiol., 140 C (1): 115-121.
  33.  Shi HH*, Huang CJ, Zhu SX, Yu XJ, Xie WY., 2005. Generalized system of imposex and reproductive failure of females in gastropods of coastal waters of mainland China. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser., 304: 179-189.
  34.  Shi HH*, Huang CJ, Yu XJ, Zhu SX., 2005. An updated scheme of imposex for Cantharus cecillei (Gastropoda: Buccinidae) and a new mechanism leading to the sterilization of imposex-affected females. Mar. Biol., 146(3): 717-723.
  35.  Luo Y, Wang XR*, Shi HH, et al., 2005. ESR investigation in vivo free radical formation and oxidative stress induced by 2,4-dichlorophenol in freshwater fish Carassius auratus. Environ. Toxicol. Chem., 24(9): 2145-2153.