Rui Xu, who was born in 1989 in Changsha, Hunan Province, an associate professor and master's supervisor of Central South University. He got doctoral degree from Hunan University and University of Alberta (Canada). He got postdoctoral training in Guangdong Academy of Sciences. He was funded by the 1 National Natural Science Foundation, 2 Chinese postdoctoral and 4 Guangdong scientific research funds. He mainly focuses on environmental microbiology, micriobal diversity and function in mining area, and ecological remediation of soil contaminated by heavy metals. He published more than 80 SCI papers in environmental journals such as Applied and Environmental Microbiology, Environmental Microbiology, Environmental Science & Technology, Water Research, Journal of Hazardous Materials, FEMS Microbiology Ecology and so on, of which nearly 20 are from the first / corresponding author, 2 are highly cited by ESI, and the total number of articles citation is about 3600 (H-index 34). The researches have been reported by academic media such as China Science News for many times. He won the National Scholarship Foundation, Science and Technology Award of Guangdong Soil Society , Excellent Doctoral Thesis of Hunan University, Elsevier Outstanding Reviewers and other honorary awards. He serves as a member of the project team of Microbiome Protocols eBook, MPB of Bio-protocol magazine, the guest editor of Membranes, and the youth editorial board of Frontiers in Bioengineering and Biotechnology, Ecology and Environmental Sciences and iMeta.
My current research work is mainly focused on environmental microtechnology, microbial carbon fixation / nitrogen fixation mechanism in mining areas, plant-microbial collaborative remediation of soil heavy metal pollution and other topics. Interested students are welcome to contact, communicate and apply for the examination.
Introduction to recent representative works：
👉 Arsenite oxidizing bacteria at work (Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 2021)
👉 How does Acidobacteriia survive when the environment is "even more hash"? (Environmental Microbiology, 2021)
👉 How the keystone taxa contribute to the tailing revegetation (Environmental Science & Technology, 2020)
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