U.S.-China Ecopartnership for Environmental Sustainability - USCEES

2013 Chinese Visiting Scholars Network Reciprocal Travel Grant Recipients

July 3111:59 PM - Purdue University West Lafayette Campus

After competitive selection processes, the 2013 Chinese Visiting Scholars Network Reciprocal Travel Grant have been awarded to eight faculty members at Purdue University who are past Purdue hosts of Chinese visiting scholarors and demonstrate successful collaboration between the Purdue-China participating institution. This grant will support the faculty members or their grad students/postdoctoral researchers to visit their past Chinese visitor’s home institution in China for a stay of no less than four weeks. The complete list for the grant recipients and their proposed work are listed below:  

  • Recipients list:

Holly Wang, Department of Agricultural Economics, Proposed work: Collaborative Research on Chinese Consumers’ Preference for Food Safety Attributes of Duck

Qingyou Han, Department of Mechanical Engineering Technology, Proposed work: Ultrasonic Vibration Assisted ECAP for the Fabrication of Bulk Nanostructured Metals and Alloys

Peide Ye, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, and Birck Nanotechnology Center, Proposed work: AC and DC Characterization of MoS2 MOSFETS

Wanqing Liu, Department of Medicinal Chemistry and Molecular Pharmacology, Proposed work: Genome-wide association study of EGFR mutation-positive lung cancer in American and Chinese populations and Genetic basis of nonalcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD)

Krishnamurthy Sriramesh, Brian Lamb School of Communication, Proposed work: Collaborative Research on the Public Diplomacy and the Use of Social Media in China

Greg Michalski, Department of Earth, Atmospheric and Planetary Sciences,Proposed work: Stable Isotopes to Investigate the Origin of Nitrate Deposits in the Turpan-Hami Basin and the Nitrate Pollution in the Yellow River Basin, China

Chad Jafvert, Environmental & Ecological Engineering and Civil Engineering, Proposed work: Water Quality Improvement is Streams and Rivers in China

Linda Nie, School of Health Sciences, Proposed work: The application of x-ray fluorescence (XRF) bone lead measurement technology in the diagnosis and treatment of childhood lead poisoning

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