Shi Huahong

Job Title: 
Research Interests: 
Microplastics and nanoplastics
Endocrine disrupting effects
Estuarine and Coastal Building 511A, Dongchuan Road 500,Shanghai 200241, China.
Editorial Position : 
Associate Editor, Environmental Science & Technology (2024-2026)
Associate Editor, Environmental Science & Technology Letters (2024-2026)
Co-Editor-In-Chief, Regional Studies in Marine Science (2022-2024)
Associate Editor, Marine Pollution Bulletin (2020-2023)
Education Experience: 
Ph.D. 2003, 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;
2011- Present, Professor, State Key Laboratory of Estuarine and Coastal Research, East China Normal University, Shanghai, China;
Academic Exchange: 
2009-2010, Visiting scholar, Department of Forest and Wildlife Ecology, University of Wisconsin-Madison, U.S.A.;
2015-2016, Visiting scholar, Department of Biological Science, North Carolina State University, U.S.A.
  • Natural Science Foundation of China, Burrowing process and ecological impacts by invetebrates on Styrofoam floats in mariculture area (42277381). Jan. 2023- Dec. 2026. 540,000 RMB. PI.
  • Natural Science Foundation of China, Features and mechanisms of ingestion of microplastics by fish (41977344). Jan. 2020- Dec. 2023. 620,000 RMB. PI.
  • Natural Science Foundation of China, Seperation and identification of microplastics in environmental and biological samples (41776123). Jan. 2018- Dec. 2021. 740,000 RMB. PI.
  • The National Key Research and Development, Ecotoxicity of microplastics to marine organisms (2016YFC1402204). June 2016-Dec., 2020. 1,960,000 RMB. PI.
  • 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.
  •  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.
  •  Natural Science Foundation of China, Methods of screening thyroid disrupting chemicals using Xenopus tropicalis(20877023)‚ Jan. 2009 –Dec. 2011‚ 330,000 RMB. PI.
  • 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.
  • Ma CZ, Chen QQ*, Gao Z, Yang Y, Cheng JP, Shi HH, 2023. Diel Pattern of Microplastic Residues in Zebrafish. Environ. Sci. & Technol. 57(44), 16779–16787. 
  • Monikh FA*, Baun A, Hartmann NB, Kortet R, Akkanen J, Lee JS, Shi HH, Lahive E, Uurasjärvi E, Tufenkji N, Altmann K, Wiesner Y, Grossart HP, Peijnenburg W, Kukkonen JVK, 2023. Exposure protocol for ecotoxicity testing of microplastics and nanoplastics. Nature Protocols, 18, 3534–3564.
  • Deng H, Su L, Zheng YF, Du FN, Liu QX, Zheng J, Zhou ZW, Shi HH*, 2022. Crack patterns of environmental plastic fragments. Environ. Sci. & Technol.  56(10), 6399–6414.
  • Li BW, Liang W, Liu QX, Fu SJ, Ma CZ, Chen QQ, Su L, Craig NJ, Shi HH*, 2021. Fish ingest microplastics unintentionally. Environ. Sci. & Technol. 55(15), 10471–10479.
  • Zhang Q, Zhao YP, Du FN, Cai HW, Wang GH, Shi HH*., 2020. Microplastic fallout in different indoor environments. Environ. Sci. & Technol. 54(11), 6530–6539.
  • Zhang Q, Xu E.G, Li JN, Chen QQ, Ma LP, Zeng EY, Shi HH*., 2020. A Review of microplastics in table salt, drinking water, and air: Direct human exposure. Environ. Sci. & Technol. 54(7), 3740-3751.
  • Liu XM, Shi HH, Xie B, Zhao YP*, Dionysiou DD*, 2019. Microplastics as both a sink and a source of bisphenol A in the marine environment.
    Environ. Sci. & Technol. 53(17), 10188-10196.
  • Hu LL, Chernick M, Hinton D, Shi HH*., 2018. Microplastics in small waterbodies and tadpoles from Yangtze River Delta, China. Environ. Sci. & Technol. 52, 8885-8893.
  • 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.