Jun Wang

Jun Wang

Assistant Professor

Kettering Lab Complex

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COM EH Industr Hygiene Wang Lab - 0056

Kettering Lab Complex
160 Panzeca Way
Cincinnati, Ohio 45267-0056

Professional Summary

Dr. Jun Wang is currently an assistant professor in the Division of Environmental and Industrial Hygiene (EIH), Department of Environmental Health, College of Medicine, University of Cincinnati. He was an assistant professor in the Department of Occupational and Environmental Health, Hudson College of Public Health, Univerisity of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center (OUHSC) from 2013 to 2019. While at OUHSC, Dr. Wang directed the Laboratory for Aerosol Exposure Science and Engineering Control (LAESEC), and taught several master and doctoral level industrial hygiene and environmental health courses.

After joined UC in 2020, Dr. Wang is overseeing Workplace Aerosol and Gaseous Lab (WANG Lab) in the Center for Health-Related Aerosol Studies (CHRAS). Dr. Wang is a certified industrial hygienist, a certified safety professional®, and a registered professional engineer. He is an active member and held various leadership positions in the American Industrial Hygiene Association, American Association for Aerosol Research, and several other academic and professional associations. His research received funding from CDC/NIOSH, USEPA, US Navy, and other state and local foundations. Dr. Wang published more than thirty peer-reviewed journal articles, two book chapters, more than fifty conference presentations and invited talks. He mentored several Ph.D. students and over twenty master and undergraduate students.

Education

Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.), University of Florida Gainesville, FL, USA, 2013 (Environmental Engineering Sciences)

Master of Business Administration (MBA), University of Oklahoma Norman, OK, USA, 2019

Master of Science (M.S.), Nankai University Tianjin, China, 2009 (Environmental Management and Economics)

Bachelor of Science (B.S.), Nankai University Tianjin, China, 2006 (Environmental Engineering)

Positions and Work Experience

08-2009 -08-2013 Graduate Research Assistant, Department of Environmental Engineering Sciences, Engineering School of Sustainable Infrastructure & Environment, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL, USA

08-2013 -12-2019 Assistant Professor (tenure-track), Department of Occupational and Environmental Health, Hudson College of Public Health, University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, Oklahoma City, OK, USA

01-2020 -To Present Assistant Professor (tenure-track), Division of Environmental and Industrial Hygiene, Department of Environment and Public Health Sciences, College of Medicine, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH, USA

Research and Practice Interests

My research interests can be generally put into two categories: (1) traditional lab- and field-based environmental and industrial hygiene research: measure emission and exposure of aerosols and gases from conventional and emerging sources; develop innovative methodologies to quantify cytotoxicity, oxidative potential, and respiratory deposition of ultrafine aerosols and nanoparticles; design next-generation sensory detection and engineering control to reduce inhalation exposure to airborne toxins. (2) practical field- and community-based public health integrated research: utilize interdisciplinary approach to solve environmental and occupational health issues related to children, precarious workers, and other vulnerable populations; practice community-based participatory reserach to solve health disparities in these population; develop global occupational health and safety education programs for developing countries.

Research Support

Grant: #T42OH008432 Investigators:Reponen (PI) 07-01-2016 -06-30-2021 CDC/NIOSH University of Cincinnati Education and Research Center (UC ERC) Role:EIH Deputy Director $1,702,965 Active Type:Grant Level:National

Grant: #C5112901 Investigators:Wang (PI) 07-01-2018 -06-30-2019 PHF Field-portable nano-sized aerosol sampler and analyzer for industrial hygiene research and education Role:PI $89,450 Completed Type:Grant Level:State

Grant: #P20GM103447 05-01-2018 -07-30-2018 OK-INBRE Ozone and vapor emission from a desktop stereolithography 3-D printer Role:Summer Mentor $2,200 Completed Type:Contract Level:University

Grant: #T42OH008421 01-01-2018 -06-30-2018 SWCOEH Oxidative gases emission and particulates’ oxidative potential from non-conventional welding Role:Mentor $9,259 Completed Type:Fellowship Level:National

Grant: #C509311 Investigators:Wang (PI) 07-01-2016 -12-31-2017 PHF Fume emission and toxicity from 3-D fabrication Role:PI $49,996 Completed Type:Grant Level:State

Grant: #83563401 Investigators:Holliday (PI) 01-01-2015 -12-31-2017 USEPA Balancing sustainability, clean air, healthy learning interiors, and structural safety when designing and building schools Role:Investigator $646,633 Completed Type:Grant Level:National

Grant: #P20GM103447 05-01-2016 -07-30-2016 OK-INBRE Ultrafine particle emission from multi-nozzle 3-D printer Role:Summer Mentor $2,200 Completed Type:Fellowship Level:University

Grant: #T42OH008421 07-01-2015 -06-30-2016 SWCOEH Representativeness of chamber sampling in occupational metal fume exposure assessment Role:Pilot Project PI $9,180 Completed Type:Grant Level:National

Grant: #1082808 Investigators:Floyd (PI) 07-01-2014 -06-30-2015 OTRC Characterization of e-cigarette emissions from current generation modifiable systems Role:Co-Investigator $49,544 Completed Type:Grant Level:University

Grant: #NIOSH 20IPA2014120 Investigators:Wang, Jun 09-01-2020 -08-31-2021 National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health IPA - NIOSH Role:PI $24,785.77 Awarded Level:Federal

Publications

Peer Reviewed Publications

Fang, L.; Qiu, F.; Li, Y.; Wang, S.; DeGuzman, J.; Wang, J.; She, J. (2019. )Determination of carbazole and halogenated carbazoles in human serum samples using GC-MS/MS.Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety, ,184 ,109609

Su, W.; Chen, Y.; Bezerra, M.; Wang, J. (2019. )Respiratory deposition of ultrafine welding fume particles.Journal of Occupational and Environmental Hygiene, ,16 (10 ),694-706

Zhao, J.; Feng, Y.; Bezerra, M.; Wang J.; Sperry, T. (2019. )Numerical simulation of welding fume lung dosimetry.Journal of Aerosol Sciences, ,135 ,113

Li, H.; Zhao, J.; Zhang, W.; Yang, J.; Wang, J.; Zhang M.; Yang Z.; Li L.; Shih K. (2018. )NH3 inhibits mercury oxidation over low-temperature MnOx/TiO2 SCR catalyst.Fuel Processing Technology, ,176 ,124

Floyd, E.; Queimado, L.; Wang, J.; Regens, J.; Johnson, D. (2018. )Electronic cigarette power affects count concentration and particle size distribution of vaping aerosol.PLOS One, ,13 (12 ),e0210147

Feng, Y.; Zhao, J.; Kleinstreuer, C.; Wang, Q.; Wang, J.; Wu, D.; Lin, J. (2018. )An in silico inter-subject variability study of extra-thoracic morphology effects on inhaled particle transport and deposition.Journal of Aerosol Sciences, ,123 ,185

Johnson, D.; Lynch, R.; Floyd, E.; Wang, J.; Bartels, J. (2018. )Indoor air quality in classrooms: environmental measures and effective ventilation rate modeling in urban elementary schools.Building and Environment, ,136 ,185-207

Li, H.; Zhang, W.; Wang, J.; Yang, Z.; Li, L.; Shih, K. (2018. )Copper slag as a catalyst for mercury oxidation in coal combustion flue gas.Waste Management, ,74 ,253-259

Jiang, S.; Liu, X.; Li, H.; Wang, J.; Yang, Z.; Peng, H.; Shih, K. (2018. )Synergistic effect of HCl and NO in elemental mercury catalytic oxidation over La2O3-TiO2 catalyst.Fuel, ,215 ,232-238

Floyd, E.; Wang, J.; Regens, J. (2017. )Fume emissions from a low-cost 3-D printer with various filaments.Journal of Occupational and Environmental Hygiene, ,14 (7 ),523-533

Published Books

Zhipeng Bai, Jun Wang, Yan You (2008. )Environmental Risk Assessment (in Chinese) .Beijing, China ,Higher Education Press (Author)

Zhipeng Bai, Jun Wang (2007. )Environmental Management (in Chinese) .Beijing, China ,China Chemical Industry Press Ltd. (Author)

Contact Information

Academic - Kettering Lab Complex
160 Panzeca Way
Cincinnati  Ohio, 45267-0056
Phone: (513)558-4301
Fax: (513)558-4397
jun.wang@uc.edu