Session 6 Chair: Jingwen Chen

Professor Jingwen Chen 

Session 6 Chair: Jingwen Chen, OpenTox Asia 2017

School of Environmental Science and Technology at Dalian University of Technology



Jingwen Chen is a full professor (since 2001) of environmental chemistry and dean for the School of Environmental Science and Technology at Dalian University of Technology. He graduated from the Northeast Normal University, received his B.S. in 1991 and M.S. in 1994. After getting his Ph.D. from the Nanjing University in 1997, he performed postdoctoral studies at the German Research Center for Environmental Health as an Alexander von Humboldtian.

His research interests concern ecological chemistry and computational toxicology on organic chemicals. His research was supported by multiple grants from the National Natural Science Foundation, National Basic Research Program and the National High-tech Research and Development Program. He has published over 200 peer-reviewed papers (in journals like Environ. Sci. Technol., Environ. Health Persp. Chem. Res. Toxicol., Environ. Pollut., Atmos. Environ., Chemosphere, Chin. Sci. Bull.), reviews, book chapters; and 2 books (1 monograph and 1 textbook). He serves as a member of editorial boards of several international (Ecotox. Environ. Safe., J. Enviorn. Sci.) and domestic (Chin. Sci. Bull., Environ. Chem., Asian J. Ecotox., Mar. Environ. Sci.) journals, as a member of consultant board for the Resource and Environmental branch of the National High-tech Research and Development Program and a member of Teaching Steering Committee on Environmental Science and Engineering of China Ministry of Education.

He was a recipient for the Teaching and Research Award for Outstanding Young Teachers in Higher Education Institutions of MOE (2000), and a winner (Second Class, the second contributor) for the National Natural Science Award (2011). In 2013, he won the National Science Fund for Distinguished Young Scholars and was appointed as chair professor of “Cheung Kong Scholars Program” by China Ministry of Education.