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Ecosystems Research

Quincy Teng

My research has focused on the application of nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy to environmental and life sciences. We have developed and applied NMR methodology for assessing exposure of fresh-water small fish models to chemicals of environmental concern by means of metabolomics. More recently, we have developed a novel methodology of cell culture-based metabolomics for assessing chemical exposure using human and fish cell lines. Current projects:  applications of NMR spectroscopy to metabolomics, nano particles and plant biology; and assessing chemical toxicity by cellular metabolomics of human cell cultures.

Biographical Information

Name: Quincy Teng
Title: Research Chemist

Contact Info:

Ecosystems Research Division
National Exposure Research Laboratory
Office of Research and Development
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
960 College Station Road
Athens, Georgia 30605-2700

Phone: 706-355-8226
Email: teng.quincy@epa.gov

Education

Ph.D. Biophysical Chemistry, Florida State University, 1990
M.S. Physical Chemistry, Jilin University, China, 1982
B.S. Chemistry, Jilin University, China, 1979

Professional Experience

Research Chemist, USEPA, ORD, NERL-ERD, Athens, GA. 2006–present
Director, Chemical Sciences Magnetic Resonance Facility, University of Georgia, Athens GA 1994–2006
Adjunct Professor, Department of Chemistry, Jilin University, China. 1999–present
Postdoctoral Research Associate, University of California, Davis 1992–1994
NMR Lab Manager/Research Associate, University of Arizona, 1991–1992
Postdoctoral Research Associate, Cornell University Medical College, New York, 1990 – 1991

Professional Affiliations

American Chemical Society
Metabolomics Society

Invited Lectures/symposia

Global Metabolomics of Breast Cancer Cells, Chicago Regional NMR Meeting, Chicago, IL. 2009

Awards and Honors

USEPA STAA Award - Level II 2008

Publications and Presentations

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