Zulin Zhang is a research scientist in the James Hutton Institute (formerly The Macaulay Land Use Reserach Institute) since 2007. Zulin has a background in analytical and environmental chemistry and obtained his Ph.D in 2001 from Xiamen University, China. Before he moved to Aberdeen, Zulin conducted his post doctoral research and worked as an assistant and associate scientist in Tsinghua University at Beijing, and carried his Marie Curie Fellowship from 2004 to 2007 at the University of Sussex in Brighton. Zulin is interested in developing new analytical methods/techniques for emerging organic contaminants with an emphasis on compounds entering the food chain and having an effect on animal and human health. Also he is interested in the study of environmental organic biogeochemistry process including source, transport, fate and effect of organic chemicals in the environment.
Biography Updated on 27 September 2011