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Jingrang Lu is a biologist with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency in Cincinnati, Ohio. His research work focuses on the molecular method development, detection and microbial exposure assessment of waterborne pathogens in source, drinking and recreational water using qPCR, transcriptomic, metagenomic and genomic analysis and host animal model. The developed molecular methods are applied to track bacterial pathogen contaminants, and to assess water quality and pathogenic risks of public health. Currently, he and his research team are working in the following areas: 1) the approaches for early warning of cyanobacterial harmful algal bloom and cyanotoxin assessment of public health; 2) Infectious risk assessment of Campylobacter jejuni isolated from source and recreational water using chick model; 3) Infectious risk assessment of Legionella pneumophila in drinking water using a model shower aerosol chamber. He holds a PhD in microbial ecology and a MS in zoology. He has over 60 authored and co-authored peer reviewed publications. His main interests are to apply molecular approaches to applied environmental microbiology and public health researches. He is a member of American Society for Microbiology.
Environmental Microbiology and Public Health Researches