Ph.D., Organic Chemistry, Miami University
B.S., Environmental Engineering, Harbin Institute of Technology
Professor Jiang aims at an interdisciplinary area linked environmental chemistry and bioorganic chemistry. She regularly offers classes in organic chemistry l&II and labs, environmental chemistry, introduction to environmental chemistry, and structure elucidation. She is interested in the practical applications of various natural products in environmental and human health areas. Her current research is focused on the photodegradation of organic contaminants in waste water by natural pigments sensitized nanomaterials, metabolomics studies on combinational environmental stress to marine invertebrates, and natural dye-sensitized solar cells.
Introduction to Environmental Chemistry
Organic Chemistry I&II and Labs
Organic Chemistry Labs
L. Jiang*, H. Sullivan, C. Seligman, Sandra Gilchrist, B. Wang. 1H NMR Based Metabolomics Study on Sea Anemones Exaiptasia diaphana (Rap 1829) under Atrazine Exposure. Molecular Omics, 2021, 17, 1012 – 1020.
B. Wang, L. Jiang*. Principal Component Analysis Applications in COVID-19 Genome Sequences Studies. Cognitive Computation, 2021, 1-12.
B. Wang, A. M. Maldonado-Devincci, L. Jiang. Evaluating Line-broadening Factors on a Reference Spectrum as a Bucketing Method for NMR Based Metabolomics. Analytical Biochemistry, 2020, 113872.
K. Patterson, K. Howlett, K. Patterson, B, Wang, L. Jiang*. Photodegradation of Ibuprofen and Four Other Pharmaceutical Pollutants on Natural Pigments Sensitized TiO2 nanoparticles. Water Environment Research. 2020, 92, 1152 – 1161.
L. Jiang*, K. Howlett, K. Patterson, B. Wang. Introduction of a New Method for Two-dimensional NMR Quantitively Analysis in Metabolomics Studies. Analytical Biochemistry. 2020, 113692.