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Associate Professor Hong LU received the B.S. degree in fine chemical engineering from Tianjin Institute of Light Industry, Tianjin, China; and M.S. degree in biochemical engineering and the Ph.D. degree in environmental engineering from Dalian University of Technology. She works in Dalian University of Technology now. His research interests are biodegradation /biotransformation technologies of refractory organic contaminants, and the functional biological carriers and their applications in wastewater treatment. Research Field: 1. Biodegradation /biotransformation of refractory organic contaminants 2. Research on the functional biological carriers and their applications in wastewater treatment. Publications： 1. Lu Hong*, Weng Zihang, Wei H, et al. Simultaneous bisphenol F degradation, heterotrophic nitrification and aerobic denitrification by a bacterial consortium. Journal of Chemical Technology and Biotechnology, 2017, 92, 854–860. 2. Zhang Haikun, Lu Hong*, Wang J, et al. Cr(VI) reduction and Cr(III) immobilisation by Acinetobacter sp. HK-1 with the assistance of a novel quinone/graphene oxide composite. Environmental Science & Technology, 2014, 48, 12876–12885. 3. Lu Hong, Wang Jing, Lu S, et al. Influence of azo dye concentration on activated sludge bacterial community in the presence of functionalized polyurethane foam. Applied Biochemistry and Biotechnology, 2015, 175:2574-2588. 4. Lu Hong, Xiaofan Guan, Wang J, et al. Enhanced bio-decolorization of 1-amino-4-bromoanthraquinone-2-sulfonic acid by Sphingomonas xenophaga with nutrient amendment. Journal of Environmental Sciences, 2015, 27:124-30. 5. Zhou Yang, Lu Hong*, Wang J, et al. Catalytic performance of functionalized polyurethane foam on the reductive decolorization of Reactive Red K-2G in up-flow anaerobic reactor under saline conditions. Bioprocess and Biosystems Engineering, 2015, 38: 137-147. 6. Lu Hong, Zhang Haikun, Wang J, et al. A novel quinone/reduced graphene oxide composite as a solid-phase redox mediator for chemical and biological Acid Yellow 36 reduction. RSC Advances. 2014, 4: 47297-47303. 7. Zhang Hai-Kun, Lu Hong*, Wang J, et al. Global transcriptome analysis of Escherichia coli exposed to immobilized anthraquinone-2-sulfonate and azo dye under anaerobic conditions. Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology 2013, 97: 6895-6905. 8. Zhang Haikun, Lu Hong*, Wang J, et al. Transcriptional analysis of Escherichia coli during Acid Red 18 decolorization. Process Biochemistry, 2014, 49: 1260-1265. 9. Zhang Haikun, Lu Hong*, Zhang S, et al. A novel modification of poly (ethylene terephthalate) fiber using anthraquinone-2-sulfonate for accelerating azo dyes and nitroaromatics removal. Separation and Purification Technology, 2014, 132: 323-329. 10. Zhang HaiKun, Lu Hong*, Wang J, et al. Accelerating effect of bio-reduced graphene oxide on decolorization of acid red 18 by Shewanella algae. Applied Biochemistry and Biotechnology, 2014, 174: 602-611. 11. Yuan Shou-Zhi, Lu Hong*, Wang J, et al. Enhanced bio-decolorization of azo dyes by quinone-functionalized ceramsites under saline conditions. Process Biochemistry 2012, 47, 312-318. 12. Lu Hong, Zhou Jiti, Wang J, et al. Enhanced biodecolorization of azo dyes by anthraquinone-2- sulfonate immobilized covalently in polyurethane foam. Bioresource Technology, 2010. 101: 7196-7199.